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Sumerian artifacts

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The Sumerian sacred depiction of Tree of Life in the E.DIN. - Sumerian paradise garden of gods.

Uruk, Sumerian Copper Alloy Lion, ca 2700 BC

Jar Sumerian, 2800-2600 BC The British Museum

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Sumerian cylinder seal C.2600BC Mari. Louvre

Sumerian head of a ram C.3900 BCE Uruk

Enkidu and Gilgamesh. Characters out of the earliest Mesopotamian creation story cycle called the Enuma Elish.

Ancient World History: Gilgamesh

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Sumerian Goddess Inanna stone carved freeze of Sumerian Goddess Inanna

Sumerian Goddess Inanna

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Ubaid period, prehistoric Sumeria 4,000 BCE

Babylonian memorial stone c.850 BCe, Marduk Temple

GOD SHAMASH The Sun God Shamash rising between Mashu's Twin Peaks.To the Sumerians, Mashu was a sacred mountain. Its name means "twin" in Akkadian, and thus was it portrayed on Babylonian cylinder seals - a twin-peaked mountain, described by poets as both the seat of the gods, and the under-world. The painting is borrowed from a cylinder seal. Background is decorated with cuneiform writing. Amazing parallels to Kemetic hieroglyphs for the god of the horizon!

uruk's white temple. 3000 BC. Temple of Anu, the chief sky god of the Sumerians. Enough of the building is intact to provide a reconstruction: The temple stands at 40 ft above street level. Its roofing is uncertain, but a stairway allows access to the temple. Worship space was small, and only a select few would have had access. Mudbrick.

Gold cup from Ur, The Sumerian holy city where Patriarch Abraham was born ca. 2500 BC

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According to Sumerian mythology, Enki allowed humanity to survive the Deluge designed to kill them. After Enlil, An and the rest of the apparent Council of Deities, decided that Man would suffer total annihilation, he covertly rescued the human man Ziusudra by either instructing him to build some kind of an boat for his family, or by bringing him into the heavens in a magic boat. This is apparently the oldest surviving source of the Noah's Ark myth and other parallel Middle Eastern Deluge myths.

The Epic of Gilgamesh, an epic poem from Mesopotamia, is amongst the earliest surviving works of literature. The literary history of Gilgamesh begins with five independent Sumerian poems about 'Bilgamesh' (Sumerian for Gilgamesh), king of Uruk. Four of these were used as source material for a combined epic in Akkadian. This first, "Old Babylonian" version of the epic dates to the 18th century BC and is titled Shūtur eli sharrī ("Surpassing All Other Kings").

What is the most astonishing fact that Sumerian text says is how homosapiens were created by the Annunaki with the help of their associates. Sitchin’s translation says that the Annunaki came to our planet approximately 450,000 years ago in order to mine gold in a place in present day’s Zimbabwe. A recent research by an Anglo-American corp. has confirmed that an extensive scale gold mining in the same area some millennia ago. All the mined gold was possibly shipped back to the Annunaki’s planet

Shuruppak - an ancient Sumerian city situated about 35 miles south of Nippur on the banks of the Euphrates at the site of modern Tell Fara in Iraq's Al-Qādisiyyah Governorate. Shuruppak was dedicated to Ninlil, also called Sud, the goddess of grain and the air.Instructions of Shuruppak dating back to 3,000 BCE. This is one of the oldest known works of literature in human history

The flood listed in history

*Bas-relief of Gilgamesh from 8th century BC, Gilgamesh was king in Uruk of Mesopotamia which is now modern day Iraq, Iran, Syria and Turkey. The Epic of Gilgamesh was found in the ruins. Also, records of ancient aliens exist on the Summerian, Mesopotamia tablets.

The inscriptions on the Pokotia figure are written in the Sumerian language. The signs used to write the messages on the Pokotia monolith were non-ligature Proto-Sumerian symbols.

Pokotia Monument

According to tradition, Nimrod set out to establish himself an empire and began by conquering the cities, among these were Babel, Erech, Akkad, and Calneh in Sumeria, and in Assyria the cities of Rehoboth, Calah, and Resen. Besides conquering these seven cities he also founded Nineveh. The Bible is specific in stating that he was the first man after the flood to become an emperor. He seems to have been impelled and empowered by super-human force and his onslaught was irresistible.

What is a Nimrod?!

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A divine bullman associated with the sun god.  Circa 2500 B.C Sumeria

Images of Sumerian life

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In the 18th century BC, the Babylonian Empire standardized the year by adopting the ancient Sumerian calendar of the sacred city of Nippur. The priests there used a calendar which integrated the lunar year of 354 days and brought it in line with the solar-agricultural year by use of an "intercalated" cycle of months. The power and prestige of Babylon assured the success of the new calendar, which began in the Spring on Nissanu 1. The new Babylonian month names supplanted the old Assyrian and by

Ur-Nammu stele. Ur was first settled from around 5000 BC. Ur flourished again in the time of the Third Dynasty of Ur in the 21st century BC which saw the final flowering of Sumerian achievement. The founder of this dynasty Ur-Nammu built a great Ziggurat to the city's patron deity Nanna the Moon God.

Enuma Elish Creation myth used in Amorite, Akkadian, Sumerian, Babylonian and Assyrian religion.