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Die babylonischen Kudurru-reliefs: Symbole mesopotamischer Gottheiten - Ursula Seidl - Abb. 22. Nr. 103 (nach VS I, Beiheft, Taf. 1) Dunfort unbekannt. In Berlin, Staatliche Museen VA 3031. Schwarzer Stein. H 21,7; Br 15,4; T 7cm. Beschreibung: F. Delitzch, VS I, VII, Nr. 36; Abbildungen: ibidem 26f., Nr. 36 (Autographie). Beiheft Taf. 1 (Zeichnung des Reliefs); Bearbeitung: F. Thureau-Dangin, RA 16 (1919) 141 ff. (Transskription und Ubersetzung). Steinmetzer 73 (B6).

Die babylonischen Kudurru-reliefs: Symbole mesopotamischer Gottheiten - Ursula Seidl - Abb. 22. Nr. 103 (nach VS I, Beiheft, Taf. 1) Dunfort unbekannt. In Berlin, Staatliche Museen VA 3031. Schwarzer Stein. H 21,7; Br 15,4; T 7cm. Beschreibung: F. Delitzch, VS I, VII, Nr. 36; Abbildungen: ibidem 26f., Nr. 36 (Autographie). Beiheft Taf. 1 (Zeichnung des Reliefs); Bearbeitung: F. Thureau-Dangin, RA 16 (1919) 141 ff. (Transskription und Ubersetzung). Steinmetzer 73 (B6).

Sumerian astronomy, Pergamon Museum Berlin. Photo: Sanjin Đumišić.

Sumerian astronomy, Pergamon Museum Berlin. Photo: Sanjin Đumišić.

From Uruk (modern Warka) last few centuries BCE, from a set of 12 clay tablets carved with the zodiac signs. This one shows a lion standing on the back of a winged serpent. The constellations are called MULUR.GU.LA / MULUR.MAḪ urgulû/nēšu “The Lion” (Greek: Leo with Corvus standing on Hydra.) The 8-pointed star to the left is captioned dingirSAG.ME.GAR (Jupiter) positioned by Cancer to show its place of exaltation. VAT 7847, Obverse (= VAN 784 Staatliche Museen zu Berlin)

From Uruk (modern Warka) last few centuries BCE, from a set of 12 clay tablets carved with the zodiac signs. This one shows a lion standing on the back of a winged serpent. The constellations are called MULUR.GU.LA / MULUR.MAḪ urgulû/nēšu “The Lion” (Greek: Leo with Corvus standing on Hydra.) The 8-pointed star to the left is captioned dingirSAG.ME.GAR (Jupiter) positioned by Cancer to show its place of exaltation. VAT 7847, Obverse (= VAN 784 Staatliche Museen zu Berlin)

Die babylonischen Kudurru-reliefs: Symbole mesopotamischer Gottheiten - Ursula Seidl - Abb. 22. Nr. 103 (nach VS I, Beiheft, Taf. 1) Dunfort unbekannt. In Berlin, Staatliche Museen VA 3031. Schwarzer Stein. H 21,7; Br 15,4; T 7cm. Beschreibung: F. Delitzch, VS I, VII, Nr. 36; Abbildungen: ibidem 26f., Nr. 36 (Autographie). Beiheft Taf. 1 (Zeichnung des Reliefs); Bearbeitung: F. Thureau-Dangin, RA 16 (1919) 141 ff. (Transskription und Ubersetzung). Steinmetzer 73 (B6).

Die babylonischen Kudurru-reliefs: Symbole mesopotamischer Gottheiten - Ursula Seidl - Abb. 22. Nr. 103 (nach VS I, Beiheft, Taf. 1) Dunfort unbekannt. In Berlin, Staatliche Museen VA 3031. Schwarzer Stein. H 21,7; Br 15,4; T 7cm. Beschreibung: F. Delitzch, VS I, VII, Nr. 36; Abbildungen: ibidem 26f., Nr. 36 (Autographie). Beiheft Taf. 1 (Zeichnung des Reliefs); Bearbeitung: F. Thureau-Dangin, RA 16 (1919) 141 ff. (Transskription und Ubersetzung). Steinmetzer 73 (B6).

Drawing of a late Babylonian tablet that represents the moon exalted in Taurus. The 3 symbols illustrate the constellations MUL.MUL zappu ”The Star Cluster” (Greek: Pleiades), the moon, and MULGU4.AN.NA alû/is lê “The Steer/Bull of Heaven” (Greek: Taurus) in the order of the moon’s transit. The moon in between is positioned to show its exaltation in Taurus. In the lunar disk the God Marduk is wrestling a lion eclipse. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, no. VAT 7851

Drawing of a late Babylonian tablet that represents the moon exalted in Taurus. The 3 symbols illustrate the constellations MUL.MUL zappu ”The Star Cluster” (Greek: Pleiades), the moon, and MULGU4.AN.NA alû/is lê “The Steer/Bull of Heaven” (Greek: Taurus) in the order of the moon’s transit. The moon in between is positioned to show its exaltation in Taurus. In the lunar disk the God Marduk is wrestling a lion eclipse. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, no. VAT 7851

“Mesopotamian clay tablet with astronomical pattern, 3rdC BCE; Vorderasiatisches Museum (SMPK), Berlin https://t.co/tjvr5oVfps”

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“Mesopotamian clay tablet with astronomical pattern, 3rdC BCE; Vorderasiatisches Museum (SMPK), Berlin https://t.co/tjvr5oVfps”

Photo of a late Babylonian tablet that represents the moon exalted in Taurus. The 3 symbols illustrate the constellations MUL.MUL zappu ”The Star Cluster” (Greek: Pleiades), the moon, and MULGU4.AN.NA alû/is lê  “The Steer/Bull of Heaven” (Greek: Taurus) in the order of the moon’s transit. The moon in between is positioned to show its exaltation in Taurus. In the lunar disk the God Marduk is wrestling a lion eclipse. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, no. VAT 7851

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Photo of a late Babylonian tablet that represents the moon exalted in Taurus. The 3 symbols illustrate the constellations MUL.MUL zappu ”The Star Cluster” (Greek: Pleiades), the moon, and MULGU4.AN.NA alû/is lê “The Steer/Bull of Heaven” (Greek: Taurus) in the order of the moon’s transit. The moon in between is positioned to show its exaltation in Taurus. In the lunar disk the God Marduk is wrestling a lion eclipse. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, no. VAT 7851

Marduk-apla-iddina II (left) as king of Babylon in 715 BC, as depicted on a monument commemorating a royal land grant (kudurru). Vorderasiatisches Museum Berlin, VA 2663. Reproduced from L. Jakob-Rost et al., Das Vorderasiatische Museum, Mainz 1992, 109.

Marduk-apla-iddina II (left) as king of Babylon in 715 BC, as depicted on a monument commemorating a royal land grant (kudurru). Vorderasiatisches Museum Berlin, VA 2663. Reproduced from L. Jakob-Rost et al., Das Vorderasiatische Museum, Mainz 1992, 109.

Astrolabe B   currently in the Berlin Museum.  photo: courtesy of Florentina Geller.

Astrolabe B currently in the Berlin Museum. photo: courtesy of Florentina Geller.

A 1934 reconstruction of a Babylonian circular star calendar by the German Assyriologist Albert Schott. Fragments only of these clay discs were found in Ashurbanipal's library. The assyriologist Wayne Horowitz, an expert on astrolabes - he has been studying them for some 2 decades, states the astrolabe group of tablets never reached a canonical form. Competing versions circulated. "For the Astrolabes ... the group never reached a canonical form which could be passed down from generation to…

A 1934 reconstruction of a Babylonian circular star calendar by the German Assyriologist Albert Schott. Fragments only of these clay discs were found in Ashurbanipal's library. The assyriologist Wayne Horowitz, an expert on astrolabes - he has been studying them for some 2 decades, states the astrolabe group of tablets never reached a canonical form. Competing versions circulated. "For the Astrolabes ... the group never reached a canonical form which could be passed down from generation to…

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