Queen of the Night1800-1750 BC by Unknown

"The Burney Relief" or "Queen of the Night". Possibly Ishtar the Goddess of Sexual Love and War, or her sister and rival Ereshkigal, ruler of the underworld.
From the reign of Hammurabi – Babylon c1792-1750 BC. Whether it represents Lilitu, Inanna/Ishtar, or Ereshkigal, is under debate. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burney_Relief
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Media: terracotta
Period / movement: old babylonia
Dimensions (h/w/d): 19 7 2 (50 19 4 )
Location: British Museum , London

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