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Who was the Babylonian goddess of wine?

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specifically the demon goddess behind wine in Babylonian and Mesopatamian religions was SIDURI. Siduri. the barmaid, a manifestation of. Ishtar. who dwells at the lip of the sea, beyond which is the Land of Life, where. Utnapishtim. lives. She speaks
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