- 1 History
- 2 Powers and Abilities
- 3 Habitat
- 4 Miscellaneous
- 5 Trivia
- 6 See Also
- 7 Links and References
Pre-Cataclysmic Age (period from 19,000 to 18,000 BC)
Hyborian Age (18,000 to 8,000 BC)
- As far as 18,000 BC, Ba'al was worshiped by the Acheronians.
- Circa 16,000 BC, Dagon was worshiped in Kush as a death god, and was the husband of Derketa. It seems that it is the same god as the Annunaki Dagon, despite the lack of an explicit statement confirming so.
- Born into the Hyborian Age at Ababenzzar, Shem, Ishtar (Inanna) was a prominent goddess of that era.
- Tammuz, then also known as Adonis, was worshiped in that era.
- Circa 10,000 BC, Anu was worshiped at least in Corinthia and sometimes dispatched the Bull of Heaven to aid his priests.
Prominence circa 4,000 BC
They reached greater heights circa 4,000 BC, achieving prominence by being worshipped by the Sumerians, then by the Babylonians, Mesopotamians, Assyrians, and Phoenicians in Mesopotamia (between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers), as well as by the Canaanites, Hittites, Hurians, and Philistines.
Decline from 1500 BC to 500 AD
As monotheistic religions spread in the Middle East and began to supplant the Annunaki worship who were denounced as pagan gods and/or demons, Anu decided that the Annunaki should break most of their ties with Earth and return to the realm of Dilmun, where their powers didn't depend upon mortal worshipers. Their worship kept on up to about 500 AD.
Departure and degeneration
Powers and Abilities
Average Strength Level
An average god can lift about 30 tons, and an average goddess about 25 tons.
2000 (estimated)
Type of Government
Level of Technology
- Eneki
- Anunnaki (original spelling) translates as "Children of Anu" or "People of Anu."
- 12 appearance(s) of Annunaki (Deities)
- 6 minor appearance(s) of Annunaki (Deities)
- 6 mention(s) of Annunaki (Deities)
- 1 image(s) of Annunaki (Deities)