Akkadian refers to a culture that emerged in Mesopotamia during the third millennium BCE. The belief system included many deities, most of whom were later diffused into Sumerian, Babylonian, and Assyrian culture.
"In Mesopotamian myth, Anšar and Kišar were a pair of primordials, respectively male and female, and perhaps representing the heaven (An) and earth (Ki). According to the Babylonian Epic of Creation they were the second pair (after Lahmu and Lahamu) of offspring of Apsu (abzu) and Tiâmat. (An alternative interpretation of the passage makes them the children of Lahmu and Lahamu.) Ansar and Kisar in turn bore Anu (An), the supreme god of heaven." 
In any case, Lahmu was often paired with Lahamu, his attested sister.
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