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Kudurru, grant deed by Nebu-chadnezzar I (1125-1104 BCE), Sippar, Babylonia. Six registers. Top to bottom: symbols of astral gods; tiaras of great gods gods Anu (sky), Enlil (air), Ea (water); two horned dragons, one carrying spade, attribute of Marduk, other carrying stylus with tablet the attributes of Marduk’s son Nabu, god of scribes; goddess Gula with her dog and scorpion-god; young bull carrying thunderbolt of Adad (storm god), scorpion of Ishharra, lap of Nusku.

Kudurru, grant deed by Nebu-chadnezzar I (1125-1104 BCE), Sippar, Babylonia. Six registers. Top to bottom: symbols of astral gods; tiaras of great gods gods Anu (sky), Enlil (air), Ea (water); two horned dragons, one carrying spade, attribute of Marduk, other carrying stylus with tablet the attributes of Marduk’s son Nabu, god of scribes; goddess Gula with her dog and scorpion-god; young bull carrying thunderbolt of Adad (storm god), scorpion of Ishharra, lap of Nusku.

Phoenician funeral stele - Moon-Goddess Tanit with sun & moon | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Phoenician funeral stele - Moon-Goddess Tanit with sun & moon | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Babylonian Kudurru, land grant, 16th BCE, Mesopotamia. Kudurru was a type of stone document used as boundary stones and as records of land grants to vassals by the Kassites in ancient Babylonia between the 16th and 12th centuries BCE.The word is Akkadian for "frontier" or "boundary"  Marduk-nadin-ahhe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Babylonian Kudurru, land grant, 16th BCE, Mesopotamia. Kudurru was a type of stone document used as boundary stones and as records of land grants to vassals by the Kassites in ancient Babylonia between the 16th and 12th centuries BCE.The word is Akkadian for "frontier" or "boundary" Marduk-nadin-ahhe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sumerian Cuneiform circa 2500 BC. Clay tablet with summary account of silver for the governor. From Shuruppak or Abu Salabikh, Iraq, circa 2,500 BCE. British Museum, London. BM 15826 In 3500 BC the Sumerians had a well developed writing system. Possibly the first writing system. Initial over 2000 symbols, pictograms and drawings were used.

Sumerian Cuneiform circa 2500 BC. Clay tablet with summary account of silver for the governor. From Shuruppak or Abu Salabikh, Iraq, circa 2,500 BCE. British Museum, London. BM 15826 In 3500 BC the Sumerians had a well developed writing system. Possibly the first writing system. Initial over 2000 symbols, pictograms and drawings were used.

tanit child sacrifice - Cerca con Google

tanit child sacrifice - Cerca con Google

Baal-Adad, From Syria, in Damascus Museum. Is that the mark of the beast under his arm?

Baal-Adad, From Syria, in Damascus Museum. Is that the mark of the beast under his arm?

Sumerian stele of Ur Nammu - from ancient city of Ur, Mesapotamian culture

Sumerian stele of Ur Nammu - from ancient city of Ur, Mesapotamian culture