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ancient Near East
|Pre-Islamic Arabian deities|
|Arabian deities of foreign origin|
Amm (Musnad: 𐩲𐩣) was a moon god worshipped in ancient Qataban, in what is now south Arabia. The inhabitants of the kingdom referred to themselves as the Banu Amm, or the "Children of Amm". He was also revered as a weather god, as his attributes included lightning bolts. His consort is the goddess Asherah, and he was served by the oracle-judge Anbay.
- Jordan, Michael (2002). Encyclopedia of Gods. Kyle Cathie Limited. ISBN 978-1856266369.