Mummu is the son of the primitive gods Apsu (fresh water) and Tiamat (salt water). It occupies the function of vizier at Apsu. In the Enuma Elish, the account Babylonian of creation, It consolidates Apsus in its project to destroy the young turbulent gods. The god Ea will discover their plan and will make captive Mummu after having killed Apsu. According to Damascius, the use of the name Mummu-Tiamat in the first shelf of Enuma Elish would suggest that Tiamat and Mumum form the two parts of only one entity.
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