December 31st, 2007 by sabrina

Belit-Seri is the Akkadian Goddess who served as scribe of the underworld. She kept records of human activities so that she could advise Ereshkigal, Goddess of the underworld, when it came time to judge their souls. Belit-Seri is married to Amurru, the God of the nomads. Her name means “lady of the desert”, and is also seen as Beletseri, Belet-Seri, Belit-Sheri, and Belit-Tseri.

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