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sumerianlanguage:  massarrah:  Rare Sumerian Inscription on Gold This royal inscription from the Early Dynastic IIIb period (ca. 2500-2340 BCE) bears an inscription dedicated to the god Šara (Shara), a Sumerian god and patron of the city of Umma, by the king Geshakidu of Umma. The god’s name appears in the 1st, 6th, and last lines of the inscribed gold sheet above and is preceded each time by the divine determinative, DINGIR, which represented a star and looks a bit like an asterisk.  Umma…

sumerianlanguage: massarrah: Rare Sumerian Inscription on Gold This royal inscription from the Early Dynastic IIIb period (ca. 2500-2340 BCE) bears an inscription dedicated to the god Šara (Shara), a Sumerian god and patron of the city of Umma, by the king Geshakidu of Umma. The god’s name appears in the 1st, 6th, and last lines of the inscribed gold sheet above and is preceded each time by the divine determinative, DINGIR, which represented a star and looks a bit like an asterisk. Umma…

Sargon’s inscription commemorating the creation of Dur-Šarruken

Sargon’s inscription commemorating the creation of Dur-Šarruken

Necklace of gold leaf from Ur, Iraq

Necklace of gold leaf from Ur, Iraq

The Babylonian calendar is one of the greatest achievements of Antiquity: it combines a solar and a lunar cycle in such a way that the beginning of the year never wanders far from the Spring equinox. The basic theoretical principle is well-known: in a cycle of nineteen years, we have twelve years of twelve lunar months and seven years of thirteen months.

The Babylonian calendar is one of the greatest achievements of Antiquity: it combines a solar and a lunar cycle in such a way that the beginning of the year never wanders far from the Spring equinox. The basic theoretical principle is well-known: in a cycle of nineteen years, we have twelve years of twelve lunar months and seven years of thirteen months.

Chi erano gli Elohim? Le sembianze degli antichi alieni colonizzatori possono essere dedotte da alcuni passaggi nella Bibbia e nei testi antichi? Che la Bi

Chi erano gli Elohim? Le sembianze degli antichi alieni colonizzatori possono essere dedotte da alcuni passaggi nella Bibbia e nei testi antichi? Che la Bi

The walls of Uruk, east of Samawa, were first built 4,700 years ago by the Sumerian King Gilgamesh. More than 40,000 archaeological sites in Iraq are still untapped. [Essam al-Sudani/AFP] The Iraqi Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities on Monday (February 18th) announced it has authorised the return of six foreign teams to start archaeological excavations at a number of ancient sites.

The walls of Uruk, east of Samawa, were first built 4,700 years ago by the Sumerian King Gilgamesh. More than 40,000 archaeological sites in Iraq are still untapped. [Essam al-Sudani/AFP] The Iraqi Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities on Monday (February 18th) announced it has authorised the return of six foreign teams to start archaeological excavations at a number of ancient sites.

Di tutto l'universo, finora, noi abbiamo messo piede soltanto sulla Luna e abbiamo mandato sonde automatiche a esplorare i pianeti più v...

Di tutto l'universo, finora, noi abbiamo messo piede soltanto sulla Luna e abbiamo mandato sonde automatiche a esplorare i pianeti più v...

nvshelly: “ Assyrian Sacred Tree ”

nvshelly: “ Assyrian Sacred Tree ”

la civiltà dell'indo

la civiltà dell'indo

SUMER - Nippur Temple excavations in 1899/1900. Nippur was the principal center of scribal training in the Old Babylonian period. The tablets excavated there provided the basis for recent research on mathematical education and curriculum

SUMER - Nippur Temple excavations in 1899/1900. Nippur was the principal center of scribal training in the Old Babylonian period. The tablets excavated there provided the basis for recent research on mathematical education and curriculum

Gli Arcani Supremi (Vox clamantis in deserto - Gothian): Il sito archeologico dell'antica Mari in Mesopotam...

Gli Arcani Supremi (Vox clamantis in deserto - Gothian): Il sito archeologico dell'antica Mari in Mesopotam...

Bagmashtu (also known as Bagparti, Bagvarti, Bagbartu) is a Urartian goddess, and the consort or wife of the chief Urartian god Haldi. Although throughout most of Urartu Arubani is known as Khaldi's wife, at the excavation of Musasir references to "Khaldi and his wife, Bagmashtu" were found inscribed on some of the items. It is assumed that when Urartu expanded its territories to include the area Musasir, local gods were incorporated and a new pantheon was created for that region.

Bagmashtu (also known as Bagparti, Bagvarti, Bagbartu) is a Urartian goddess, and the consort or wife of the chief Urartian god Haldi. Although throughout most of Urartu Arubani is known as Khaldi's wife, at the excavation of Musasir references to "Khaldi and his wife, Bagmashtu" were found inscribed on some of the items. It is assumed that when Urartu expanded its territories to include the area Musasir, local gods were incorporated and a new pantheon was created for that region.

Risultati immagini per mithra

Risultati immagini per mithra

: SUMER SCULPTURE 5TH-2ND MILL.BCE A man with folded hands. Diorite figure from Tello (Lagash), Mesopotamia 34.3 x 16.5 cm AO 22 194 Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Orientales, Paris, France

: SUMER SCULPTURE 5TH-2ND MILL.BCE A man with folded hands. Diorite figure from Tello (Lagash), Mesopotamia 34.3 x 16.5 cm AO 22 194 Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Orientales, Paris, France

Khaldi (dio) - Wikipedia

Khaldi (dio) - Wikipedia

Sumerian Tree of Life

Sumerian Tree of Life