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Nusku is the god of fire in Mesopotamian mythology. He was the son of Anu and Antu and the brother of Enki, Ninlil, Dagon and Ninsun. As god of fire, he represented the advance of civilisation and was a mediator between gods and men, symbolised by the use of fire in making sacrifices.