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MESOPOTAMIAN DEITIES

MESOPOTAMIAN DEITIES

Fragment of a painted clay statue of a seated unidentified god wearing a headdress characteristic of a Mesopotamian deity. Found in Ur, Iraq, about 2000-1750 BCE

Fragment of a painted clay statue of a seated unidentified god wearing a headdress characteristic of a Mesopotamian deity. Found in Ur, Iraq, about 2000-1750 BCE

An ancient map of the Mesopotamian world is apparently the oldest known map of the world (now exhibited in British Museum

An ancient map of the Mesopotamian world is apparently the oldest known map of the world (now exhibited in British Museum

A Magnificent Mesopotamian Lizardite Statue of a Kusarikku, a Masterwork of Mesopotamian Sculpture ~ Lagash, 2150-2100 BCE from southern Mesopotamia, probably Tello.

A Magnificent Mesopotamian Lizardite Statue of a Kusarikku, a Masterwork of Mesopotamian Sculpture ~ Lagash, 2150-2100 BCE from southern Mesopotamia, probably Tello.

Mesopotamian Terracotta Plaque, the Deity Enki, c. 2000 B.C., with long beard wearing a tiered robe, flow of water flowing from the two sides of his face.  He was the god of subterranean fresh water and was associated with wisdom, magic and with the arts and crafts of civilisation.

Mesopotamian Terracotta Plaque, the Deity Enki, c. 2000 B.C., with long beard wearing a tiered robe, flow of water flowing from the two sides of his face. He was the god of subterranean fresh water and was associated with wisdom, magic and with the arts and crafts of civilisation.

A Sumerian Copper Figure of a Deity, Uruk IV ca 3300-3100 BC Metropolitan Museum

A Sumerian Copper Figure of a Deity, Uruk IV ca 3300-3100 BC Metropolitan Museum

Mesopotamian Statuette of a Leopard, Near Eastern, Proto-sumerian, ca. 3000 B.C.E., Rock Crystal.

Mesopotamian Statuette of a Leopard, Near Eastern, Proto-sumerian, ca. 3000 B.C.E., Rock Crystal.

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