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Kabta, inscribed kab-ta, ka-ab-ta, TA-gu-nû, or later TA X MI, was a rather obscure Mesopotamian deity who appears in texts and seals of the second and first millennium BC. He is frequently paired with Ninsi’anna, the “Red Lady of the Heavens” or Venus star, who immediately follows him on the Weidner god-list.