songs

Songs about Shamash:

songsShalom Aleichem (Tekbilek) (feat. Emily Shamash) by Brian Shamash from the Album Shalom Aleichem

songsAap Shamash Doha by Muniba Shaikh from the Album Loh Bhi Tu

songsFlight of Shamash by Kvazar from the Album A Giant's Lullaby

songsKad'sheinu (Priven) (feat. Emily Shamash) by Brian Shamash from the Album Shalom Aleichem

songsL'cha Dodi (Jerusalem/Wedding tune) (feat. Emily Shamash) by Brian Shamash from the Album Shalom Aleichem

songsMr. Shamash by Janice Buckner from the Album Chanukah, Holidays and Heritage / Jewish Traditions

songsMr. Shamash - Instrumental by Janice Buckner from the Album Chanukah, Holidays and Heritage / Jewish Traditions

books

Books about Shamash:

booksBy Shamash Alidina Mindfulness at Work For Dummies (1st Edition) by Shamash Alidina (Jul 1, 2014)

booksBy Shamash Alidina Mindfulness For Dummies (Book + CD) (1st Edition) by Shamash Alidina (Aug 24, 2010)

booksBy Shamash Alidina Mindfulness Workbook For Dummies (1st Edition) by Shamash Alidina (Apr 30, 2013)

booksA problematic line in a Shamash prayer and Psalm 35:14.: An article from: The Journal of the American Oriental... by Michael L. Barre (Apr 9, 2009)

booksRelaxation For Dummies (Book & CD) by Shamash Alidina Pap/Com Edition (2011) (0100)

booksMindfulness Workbook For Dummies (For Dummies (Lifestyles Paperback)) by Shamash Alidina, Joelle Jane Marshall... (0100)

booksRelaxation For Dummies (Book & CD) by Shamash Alidina ( 2011 ) Paperback (0100)

movies

Movies about Shamash:

moviesLes Nouvelles Aventures De Spirou And Fantasio -

wiki

Wiki information Shamash:

Shamash
Deity, Person Or Being In Fiction

Shamash was a native Mesopotamian deity and the Sun god in the Akkadian, Assyrian and Babylonian pantheons. Shamash was the god of justice in Babylonia and Assyria, corresponding to Sumerian Utu. Akkadian šamaš is cognate to Syriac ܫܡܫܐ šemša or...

Shamash-shum-ukin
Man, Person, Deceased Person

Shamash-shum-ukin was the Assyrian king of Babylon from 668-648 BC. He was the second son of the Assyrian King Esarhaddon. His elder brother, crown prince Sin-iddina-apla had died in 672, and in his stead the third son Ashurbanipal was invested as...