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The Star of Ishtar, a Babylonian symbol, depicted on a clay plaque from ancient Babylonia. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, NY.    Photo by Babylon Chronicle

tammuz: “ The Star of Ishtar, a Babylonian symbol, depicted on a clay plaque from ancient Babylonia. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, NY. Photo by Babylon Chronicle ”

Sumerian Copper Bowl, Late Uruk-Jemdet Nasr Period, C. 3300-2900 BCDecorated with leopards, ibexes, lions and bulls

Sumerian Copper Bowl, Late Uruk-Jemdet Nasr Period, C. Decorated with leopards, ibexes, lions and bulls

Sumerian Statue British Museum

Enki - His symbols included a goat and a fish, which later combined into a single beast, the goat Capricorn, recognised as the Zodiacal constellation Capricornus

sumerian-solar-system-photo-sanjin-dumisic.jpg (683×1025)

sumerian-solar-system-photo-sanjin-dumisic.jpg (683×1025)

The female sumerian statue found at the Abu Temple in Tell Asmar from c. 2700 BCE. Oddly enough,  I look like this after the second pot of coffee.

Female Sumerian statue found at the Abu Temple in Tell Asmar from c. Eyes: proof of Ancient Aliens? NOT ALIEN, offspring of fallen angels and human women.

A Sumerian sculpture housed in the British Museum. The statue is that of a ram with glorious curved horns. The Sumerians used the ram as a symbol of their culture.

A Sumerian sculpture housed in the British Museum. The statue is that of a ram with glorious curved horns. The Sumerians used the ram as a symbol of their .

ALL MESOPOTAMIA: Photo: Sumerian copper bearded bull's head, inlaid eyes of lapis lazuli and shell

Bearded Bull’s Head Sumerian BC This powerful head cast of solid copper has a hollow in the back so that it could be attached to a larger object. The head is brought to life with inlaid eyes of lapis lazuli and shell.

'Founding Figures: Copper Sculpture from Ancient Mesopotamia, ca. 3300–2000 BC' at The Morgan Library & Museum, NY

Foundation figure of Ur-Namma holding a basket Period:Ur III Date:ca. Geography:Mesopotamia Culture:Neo-Sumerian Medium:Copper alloy Dimensions:H.

A Magnificent Mesopotamian Lizardite Statue of a Kusarikku, a Masterwork of Mesopotamian Sculpture | by Ancient Art & Numismatics

A Magnificent Mesopotamian Lizardite Statue of a Kusarikku, a Masterwork of Mesopotamian Sculpture Serpentin.Reign of Ur-Ningirsu of BCE from southern Mesopotamia,probably Tello.