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a reply to: Kantzveldt
thus Sitchin decided that as the Anunnaki were described as very much being present in their Cities
The spelling da-nuna, which is native to the old-Sumerian orthography, appears twice in the Gudea-inscriptions, and is even more prevalent in the old-Babylonian transcriptions. The texts of later origins are occasionally written in accordance with the younger normal form of the Akkadian dingir-a-nun-na-ki instead of d-a-nun-na-ke-
Those who are mentioned in an old invocation called a-nun-na-eriduki...danuna of the area of Lagas and the danuna from Nippur were by that time already attested to. As father of the Anuna, "An", Anu in Akkadian, the highest god of the Sumerian ruling pantheon had to inevitably appear.