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Shulpae

Shulpae was the god of feasting in Mesopotamian mythology.

Avram, upon hearing food being served in the temple of Ishtar in Kish, reflected that Shulpae was the only deity being honoured at the moment. Later, during a feast at Gilgamesh's palace in Uruk, he praised Shulpae at the beginning of his song. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Genesys)

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