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Kudurru dated to the reign of Marduk-apla-iddina I. from 1179 until 1159 BC, Iran. Limestone.

Kudurru dated to the reign of Marduk-apla-iddina I. from 1179 until 1159 BC limestone

"Unfinished" Kudurru Kassite period, attributed to the reign of Melishipak (1186-1172 BC). Susa, Iran (where it had been taken as war booty in the 12th century BC). Limestone.

"Unfinished" Kudurru Kassite period, attributed to the reign of Melishipak BC) Susa (where it had been taken as war booty in the century BC) Limestone.

Babylonian Kudurru, land grant, 16th BCE, Mesopotamia. Kudurru was a type of stone document used as boundary stones and as records of land grants to vassals by the Kassites in ancient Babylonia between the 16th and 12th centuries BCE.The word is Akkadian for "frontier" or "boundary"  Marduk-nadin-ahhe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kudurru was a type of stone document used as boundary stones and as records of land grants to vassals by the Kassites in ancient Babylonia between the to centuries BC.

This unfinished and uninscribed boundary stone (kudurru) is a symbol of the cosmos as conceived by the Kassites: a giant, two-homed snake (symbolizing the river of the underworld) encircles the foundations of an earthly palace, the towers and battlements of which rise upon its back; above them, a procession of minor deities play instruments and are accompanied by wild beasts; the next tier, marked by the emblems of the supreme deities, is heaven.

Unfinished boundary stone (kudurru) with Two-horned Snake Date Century B. Artist n/a Origin The Ancient World : The Middle East : Kassite Period : Babylonia

Kudurru - stèle du roi Meli-Shipak 1er - (règne de 1186 à 1172 avant JC) - il présente sa fille à la Déesse Nannaya - le louvre Paris

Kudurru (stele) of King Melishipak I, ca BC: the king pre-sents his daughter to the goddess Nannaya: the crescent moon repre-sents the god Sin: the sun/ Sha-mash: the star the goddess Ishtar. Kassite period, taken to Susa in the c. BC as spoils of war

Guzana. Stele w/relief of a half-human, half-fish hybrid presumably representing Oannes or a related mythical creature. Staatliche Mus Berlin, origin: Tell Halaf (ancient Guzana), Syria. 10th-9th c. BC

Stele w/relief of a half-human, half-fish hybrid presumably representing Oannes or a related mythical creature. Staatliche Mus Berlin, origin: Tell Halaf (ancient Guzana), Syria.

Kudurru de Meli-Shipak commémorant un don de terres à son fils Marduk-apla-iddina Époque kassite, règne de Meli-Shipak (1186-1172 av. J.-C.) Découvert à Suse où il avait été emporté en butin de guerre au XIIe siècle avant J.-C. Calcaire noir H= 65cm Paris - Musée du Louvre

Kudurru of Meli-Shipak commemorating a gift of land to his son Marduk-apla-iddina Kassite period, reign of Meli-Shipak BC) Discovered in Susa where it had been taken to war booty In the century BC Black limestone

Sumerian phalanx formation. Detail of a fragment of the victory stele of the king Eannatum of Lagash over Umma, called Stele of the Vultures...

Origin of hoptiles: Sumerian phalanx formation. Detail of a fragment of the victory stele of the ruler Eannatum of Lagash over Umma, called Stele of the Vultures

Kudurru, grant deed by Neubchadnezzar I (1125-1104 BCE), Sippar, Babylonia. Six registers. Top to bottom: symbols of astral gods; tiaras of great gods gods Anu (sky), Enlil (air), Ea (water); two horned dragons, one carrying spade, attribute of Marduk, other carrying stylus with tablet the attributes of Marduk's son Nabu, god of scribes; goddess Gula with her dog and scorpion-god;   young bull carrying thunderbolt of Adad (storm god), scorpion of Ishharra, lap of Nusku.

Kudurru, grant deed by Neubchadnezzar I BCE), Sippar, Babylonia. Six registers. Top to bottom: symbols of astral gods;

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I have traveled to many places and learned much about symbols and since I was a child, I've LOVEEDDDD symbolic languages. These resonate with me so strong; simple yet hold deep meaning and ancient memories.

The Warka Vase,Vorderasiatisches Museum (Near East Museum), Berlin.The Warka Vase is a carved alabaster stone vessel found in the temple complex of the Sumerian goddess Inanna in the ruins of the ancient city of Uruk.

The Warka Vase, Vorderasiatisches Museum (Near East Museum), Berlin. The Warka Vase is a carved alabaster stone vessel found in the temple complex of the Sumerian goddess Inanna in the ruins of the ancient city of Uruk.

Mushussu (also known as Mushhushshu or Sirrush) is the Dragon of Babylon and one of two animals depicted on the Ishtar Gate. It is depicted here on a kudurru (boundary stone) with divine symbols. This limestone kudurru dates back to the Second Dynasty of Isin, 1156-1025 BCE.  The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, NY.  Photo by Babylon Chronicle  This has got to be related to Bel and the Dragon.

oosik: “ tammuz: “ Mushussu (also known as Mushhushshu or Sirrush) is the Dragon of Babylon and one of two animals depicted on the Ishtar Gate. It is depicted here on a kudurru (boundary stone) with divine symbols. This limestone kudurru dates back.

Los kudurrus, palabra que en acadio significa «límite», eran unas grandes estelas de piedra en las que se registraban donaciones de terrenos. El kudurru aquí reproducido, que se conserva en el Museo Británico, data de esa época y en él se inscribe un contrato de entrega de tierras. Para darle validez, se cita a varios testigos divinos, representados con sus símbolos. El texto contiene asimismo maldiciones para quien ignore, destruya o se lleve el kudurru.

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