Erkunde Alten Mesopotamien, Alte Geschichte und noch mehr!

Inanna, dea sumera. La donna che schiaccia la belva è un'iconografia presente in tutte le successive "religioni", fino alla carta dei Tarocchi 'La Forza' che incredibilmente è raffigurata proprio da una donna che con grazia e senza sforzo alcuno sottomette un leone.

Inanna, dea sumera. La donna che schiaccia la belva è un'iconografia presente in tutte le successive "religioni", fino alla carta dei Tarocchi 'La Forza' che incredibilmente è raffigurata proprio da una donna che con grazia e senza sforzo alcuno sottomette un leone.

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

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

Gudea Ruler of Lagash as a builder with plan, made for the temple of Geshtinana at Girsu, c.2100 B.C.

Gudea Ruler of Lagash as a builder with plan, made for the temple of Geshtinana at Girsu, c.2100 B.C.

Administrative tablet with a Sumerian inscription and a cylinder seal impression.    Mesopotamia, Jemdet Nasr period (ca. 3100–2900 B.C.), probably from Uruk.

Administrative tablet with a Sumerian inscription and a cylinder seal impression. Mesopotamia, Jemdet Nasr period (ca. 3100–2900 B.C.), probably from Uruk.

Dumuzi babylonian god - In the Sumerian king list two kings named Dumuzi appear: Dumuzid of Bad-tibira, the shepherd (reigning 36 000 years), the fifth King before the Flood Dumuzid of Kuara, the fisherman (reigning 100 years), the third King of the first dynasty of Uruk, reigning between Lugalbanda and Gilgamesh, circa 2,700 BCE. Other Sumerian texts showed that kings were to be married to Inanna in a sacred marriage, for example a hymn that describes the sacred marriage of King…

Dumuzi babylonian god - In the Sumerian king list two kings named Dumuzi appear: Dumuzid of Bad-tibira, the shepherd (reigning 36 000 years), the fifth King before the Flood Dumuzid of Kuara, the fisherman (reigning 100 years), the third King of the first dynasty of Uruk, reigning between Lugalbanda and Gilgamesh, circa 2,700 BCE. Other Sumerian texts showed that kings were to be married to Inanna in a sacred marriage, for example a hymn that describes the sacred marriage of King…

Bas-relief of Allāt from Palmyra, shown with a palm branch and a lion. Al-lāt is also explicitly attested from early Islamic records discussing the pre-Islamic period. According to the Book of Idols (Kitāb al-ʾAṣnām) by Hishām ibn al-Kalbi, the pre-Islamic Arabs believed Al-lāt resided in the Kaʿbah and also had an idol inside the sanctuary:  Her custody was in the hands of the Banū Attāb ibn Mālik of the Thaqīf, who had built an edifice over her. The Quraysh, as well as all the Arabs,

Bas-relief of Allāt from Palmyra, shown with a palm branch and a lion. Al-lāt is also explicitly attested from early Islamic records discussing the pre-Islamic period. According to the Book of Idols (Kitāb al-ʾAṣnām) by Hishām ibn al-Kalbi, the pre-Islamic Arabs believed Al-lāt resided in the Kaʿbah and also had an idol inside the sanctuary: Her custody was in the hands of the Banū Attāb ibn Mālik of the Thaqīf, who had built an edifice over her. The Quraysh, as well as all the Arabs,

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