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Inanna/Ishtar is the Sumerian goddess of sexual love, fertility, and warfare. Alternative Sumerian names include Innin, Ennin, Ninnin, Ninni, Ninanna, Ninnar, Innina, Ennina, Irnina, Innini, Nana and Nin, commonly derived from an earlier Nin-ana "lady of the sky", although Gelb (1960) presented the suggestion that the oldest form is Innin (DINNIN) and that Ninni, Nin-anna and Irnina are independent goddesses in origin.

Inanna/Ishtar is the Sumerian goddess of sexual love, fertility, and warfare. Alternative Sumerian names include Innin, Ennin, Ninnin, Ninni, Ninanna, Ninnar, Innina, Ennina, Irnina, Innini, Nana and Nin, commonly derived from an earlier Nin-ana "lady of the sky", although Gelb (1960) presented the suggestion that the oldest form is Innin (DINNIN) and that Ninni, Nin-anna and Irnina are independent goddesses in origin.

Tammuz, God of Mesopotamia Tammuz is one of the Assyrian's summer month which is July

Tammuz, God of Mesopotamia Tammuz is one of the Assyrian's summer month which is July

three headed wife of enki called ninhursag, the three heads symbolically represent orion's belt where there are three stars: http://uploa...

three headed wife of enki called ninhursag, the three heads symbolically represent orion's belt where there are three stars: http://uploa...

This dancing goddess from 3300 years ago is probably the ancient Greek goddess Demeter, or, as the Romans renamed her, Ceres, the source of our word cereal. She is from Ugarit, ancient Phoenecia, ancestral Canaan. She is the goddess of the grain and was believed to have given the gift of agriculture to us. She dances here bare-breasted, holding two sheaves of grain and with her animals on either side.

This dancing goddess from 3300 years ago is probably the ancient Greek goddess Demeter, or, as the Romans renamed her, Ceres, the source of our word cereal. She is from Ugarit, ancient Phoenecia, ancestral Canaan. She is the goddess of the grain and was believed to have given the gift of agriculture to us. She dances here bare-breasted, holding two sheaves of grain and with her animals on either side.

Sumerian Inanna after becoming Biblical Eshter standing on skulls

Sumerian Inanna after becoming Biblical Eshter standing on skulls

A devotional statue dating to 2600 B.C.E. of what scholars believe is a married couple. The gypsum statue was found buried beneath the floor of a shine at Nippur in Iraq and mesures 3.5 inches wide at the bottom. The couple originally had feet, and the figures have eyes made of shell and lapis lazuli set in bitumen, a natural cement-like substance.

A devotional statue dating to 2600 B.C.E. of what scholars believe is a married couple. The gypsum statue was found buried beneath the floor of a shine at Nippur in Iraq and mesures 3.5 inches wide at the bottom. The couple originally had feet, and the figures have eyes made of shell and lapis lazuli set in bitumen, a natural cement-like substance.

, Ceramic, Cyclops, Gods, Isin-Larsa Period (2025-1763 BCE), Khafaje, Iraq, Relief, Sacrifice, Terracotta

, Ceramic, Cyclops, Gods, Isin-Larsa Period (2025-1763 BCE), Khafaje, Iraq, Relief, Sacrifice, Terracotta

Sumerian carved tablet with Tree of Life

Sumerian carved tablet with Tree of Life

Utu (Shamash ) the sun god

Utu (Shamash ) the sun god

Stone discovered at Gobekli Tepe Temple in Turkey. images have been identified as a tree with a snake. The figure could be an eagle. The exciting part of this stone is what seems to be a direct connection between Gobekli Tepi and the Anunnaki. The tree and snake are so similar to the Sumerian reliefs of the snake in the Tree of Life and Enki's Brotherhood of the Snake. #art #relic

Stone discovered at Gobekli Tepe Temple in Turkey. images have been identified as a tree with a snake. The figure could be an eagle. The exciting part of this stone is what seems to be a direct connection between Gobekli Tepi and the Anunnaki. The tree and snake are so similar to the Sumerian reliefs of the snake in the Tree of Life and Enki's Brotherhood of the Snake. #art #relic