Bones of Babylon
Lord of the sky and creator of the stars, Anu is the great father-god and ruler of the Anunna, the creator of all, having fashioned the world and humanity from his own thoughts. He is final arbiter and first in the line of divine kings.
Anu is depicted as a man-headed bull that controls the weather. He is worshiped with rites in front of obscene brass idols that often involve the sacrifice of bulls and cattle. He is a fearsome deity and not to be petitioned lightly. He does not like to be bothered with day-to-day concerns and his attention is often wrathful. His worship is meant to appease him, not to demand things from him.