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The star to its side, the Harrow, the weapon of Mar-biti, within which one sees the Abyss (The western part of Centaurus)
The two stars that are behind him, Shullat and Hanish, Shamas and Adad (Two stars in Centaurus)
"In the Milky Way, near the Southern Cross, occurs a terrible circular abyss, the Coal Sack. So sharply defined is it, so suggestive of a void and bottomless cavern, that the contemplation of it afflicts the imaginative mind with vertigo. To the naked eye it is as black and dismal as death, but the smallest telescope reveals it beautiful and populous with stars. Lestrange's eyes travelled from this mystery to the burning cross, and …
The Coalsack is mentioned in the Star Trek: The Original Series episodes "The Immunity Syndrome" and "Let That Be Your Last Battlefield", as well as 2001: A Space Odyssey by Arthur C. Clarke.
The Coalsack figures prominently in the Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle's science fiction novel The Mote in God's Eye and its sequels, The Gripping Hand and Outies
In the film Night on the Galactic Railroad and the original children's story of which it is based from, the journey for the character Campanella ends with him going to the Coalsack.
In the film The Chronicles of Riddick, the character Imam convinces Riddick to help his people against the Necromongers and says, "The Coalsack planets are gone."
In Brian J. Clarke's novella The Expediter, a world of mysterious towers—and the aliens studying them—are found "behind the Coalsack".
In the game Elite Dangerous players can visit the Coalsack Nebula, designated in the game with the system prefix "MUSCA DARK REGION". [
In The Star Kings by Edmond Hamilton Coalsack is the home of The League of Dark Worlds, most powerful military dictatorship in the Galaxy
Lahmu, meaning parent star or constellation, is the name of a protective and beneficent deity, the first-born son of Abzu and Tiamat. He is often associated with the Kusarikku or "Bull-Man". Lahmu guarded the gates of the Abzu
heaven's horses. They say that you and your brother--for your stars gleam together--ferried two gods on your backs. Once Dione [Aphrodite], in flight from terrible Typhon [Typhoeus]--when Jupiter [Zeus] armed in heaven's defence--, reached the Euphrates with tiny Cupidos [Eros] in tow and sat by the hem of Palestine's stream.
Diognetus Erythraeus says that once Venus [Aphrodite] and her son Cupid [Eros] came in Syria to the river Euphrates. There Typhon [Typhoeus, of whom we have already spoken, suddenly appeared. Venus [Aphrodite] and her son threw themselves into the river and there changed their forms to fishes, and by so doing this escaped danger
…from the mouth that pours out the earth's water he brought her sweet water from the earth. He pumps the water into her large cisterns. From them her city drinks the wealth of water; Dilmun drinks from them the waters overflowing. Her well of bitter water is now a well of sweet water.
the deities who appear on the papyrus are of great variety as well, with the most prominent being a divine pair called Mar (mār, “Lord”) and Marah (mār(ʾ)ā, “Lady”
It is possible that “Mar” is a theonym by analogy with deities from the Roman and Parthian periods who are called Marnā or Māran, “our Lord,” such as Marnas of Gaza described by Porphyry, or Māran of Hatra, who belongs to a divine triad with his spouse Mārtan “our Lady,” and a son Barmārēn “Son of our Lord.”
The vita of Porphyry of Gaza, mentions the great god of Gaza, known as Marnas (Aramaic Marnā the "Lord"), It is likely that Marnas was the Hellenistic expression of Dagon.
The deity known to Mesopotamian peoples as Enzag, Ensag, Enzaga, or Enshag[ag], Whose name likely translates to “The Fair Lord” or “The Sweet Lord” (Al Nashef et al.: 162, 360), or possibly “The Lord Who Makes Good / Beautiful” the degree of relation between Dilmunite Enzag and Elamite Enzag is not altogether certain, though direct relation is very possible. Al Nashef maintains that “the occurrences from Susa suggest that Inzak [Enzag] was an indigenous deity in that area.”
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