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Tiamat then creates light, the heavens, dry land, animals, and man.
The world is presented as a watery chaos (the sea monster Tiamat), which then splits to create heaven and earth.
Tiamat, the female dragon, is more powerful than her husband Apsu, who is slain by his son Ea.Myths of Babylonia and Assyria|Donald A. Mackenzie
There may well have been Babylonians who held higher conceptions of God and nature than those given in the Tiamat myth.
Orion—Merodach—must have been likewise a god, the great-great-grandson of Tiamat, whom he destroys.
On monuments and cylinders he is represented as armed with the weapon with which he despatched the monster Tiamat.
It was the victory of Merodach over Tiamat,'the deep,' the personification of chaos and elemental anarchy.Assyria, Its Princes, Priests and People|A. H. (Archibald Henry) Sayce