Aquarius is, no doubt, one of the oldest constellations to be traced in the night sky. It was a very important part of the culture and imagination of the Sumerian People. It is a constellation filled with faint little stars which are close to impossible to follow in the night sky. The star Fomalhaut, which pertains to another constellation, helps us locate it as it is the mouth of the fish Piscis Australis, in which Aquarius pours its waters. Fomalhaut is located south of Pegasus and Pisces. In Babylonian times, this constellation represented a man, probably the God Enki, which gave the water into the mouth of the Piscis Australis.
It also represents the Babylonian fish-god Oannes, who came to Earth to teach humans how to become civilized. Piscis Australis was one of the 48 constellations listed by the 2nd century astronomer Ptolemy, and it remains one of the 88 modern constellations.
To the Moporr Aboriginal people of South Australia, it is a masculine being called "Buunjill.
The two fish of the constellation Pisces are said to be the offspring of the Great Fish. In Egyptian mythology, this fish saved the life of the Egyptian goddess Isis, so she placed this fish and its descendants into the heavens as constellations of stars. The Southern Fish was sacred to the Egyptians, who imagined the infamous Nile fish had swallowed the phallus of the dismembered Osiris. In Egyptian mythology, Orion is the abode of Osiris, the pharoah-god who was slain by his jackal-headed brother, Set. Osiris conquered death and, once resurrected, came to reside in Orion.
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Stellar Code - Fomalhaut Pre -Teleconference Introduction 2011 02 15 (I have included this because of the interesting topics)
 The Fish's Mouth, has long been the common name for this star, the English astronomer Smyth (1788-1865) saying that Fom Alhout Al-genubi appears, with its translation Os Piscis Meridiani, in a still existing manuscript almanac of 1340.