In Sumerian mythology, the goddess Ki (also known as Ninhursag or Ninmah) is a primordial deity associated with the earth. She is considered the mother goddess and the consort of the sky god An (Anu). Ki is often depicted as a nurturing and fertile figure, responsible for the creation and sustenance of life.
As the goddess of the earth, Ki was believed to be the source of all living beings. She was associated with fertility, agriculture, and the growth of plants. Ki was also considered the mother of the gods, giving birth to a pantheon of deities in Sumerian mythology.
In addition to her role as a creator, Ki was also associated with healing and medicine. She was often depicted as a wise and compassionate figure, associated with the power to heal physical and spiritual ailments.