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Also called Anzu, the Zu bird is a massive creature sometimes depicted as an eagle with a lion head, or an eagle with the torso and head of a bearded man.

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Anzu (or Zû)—A gigantic storm-bird in ancient Mesopotamian mythology. Like a Gryphon, it has a lion's body and the head of an eagle with a saw-like…

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Anzu (or Zû)—A gigantic storm-bird in ancient Mesopotamian mythology. Like a Gryphon, it has a lion's body and the head of an eagle with a saw-like…

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It is the protector of other birds and a great singer, and the Talmud gives the story of the Ziz warning travelers not to bathe in deep water.

Marduk, sun god of Babylon, with his thunderbolts pursues Anzu after Anzu stole the

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Anzu (or Zû)—A gigantic storm-bird in ancient Mesopotamian mythology. Like a Gryphon, it has a lion's body and the head of an eagle with a saw-like…

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Anzu (or Zû)—A gigantic storm-bird in ancient Mesopotamian mythology. Like a Gryphon, it has a lion's body and the head of an eagle with a saw-like…

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He could breathe fire and was so enormous that the flapping of his wings brought on huge storms, the legend says.

Anzu (or Zû)—A gigantic storm-bird in ancient Mesopotamian mythology. Like a Gryphon, it has a lion's body and the head of an eagle with a saw-like…

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Anzu, sometimes known simply as Zu, a demon from Mesopotamian mythology associated with storms, is shown as a lion-headed eagle, sort of a reverse griffin.

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