"Bau was a goddess worshipped almost exclusively at Lagaš, where she was regarded as the spouse of the god Ningirsu, or else of Zababa. Numerous records survive of the offerings made in the E-tarsirsir, her temples at Lagaš and Girsu, where oracles were given in Early Dynastic times. Bau was a daughter of An, and had two sons by Ningirsu, the deities Ig-alima and Sul-šagana, as well as seven daughters (minor goddesses of Lagaš) for whom Ningirsu's paternity was not claimed. Formerly the goose was thought to be the bird associated with Bau, but this is now known to be erroneous. On Babylonian kudurrus Bau is represented by an object which has been thought to be a winnowing fan. It is possible that the correct form of the name is Baba." 
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