Queen of the Night

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A concise and beautifully designed book exploring the symbolism behind an exquisite Ancient Babylonian plaque found in southern Iraq. This spectacular terracotta was principal acquisition for British Museum’s 250th anniversary, 2004 exhibited various museums around UK. Made between 1800 1859 BC, it is made from baked straw-tempered clay modelled high relief. It probably stood a shrine could represent demoness Lilitu, known Bible as Lilith, or Mesopotamian goddess. The figure wears horned headdress characteristic of deity, holds rod ring justice, symbols her divinity. Her long multi-coloured wings hang downwards, indicating that she goddess Underworld. explores history this beautiful highly unusual

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