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5c - the goddess Shala wall relief artefact, Adad's spouse, Enlil's sister & daughter-in-law, children on Earth of their father in Heaven, artefacts of the gods & goddesses of ancient days, are now shamefully being stolen, destroyed, sold on the "black market", etc., by Radical Islam, fearing the obvious contradictions to their 7th century A.D. Islamic doctrines, & destroys their credibility

5c - the goddess Shala wall relief artefact, Adad's spouse, Enlil's sister & daughter-in-law, children on Earth of their father in Heaven, artefacts of the gods & goddesses of ancient days, are now shamefully being stolen, destroyed, sold on the "black market", etc., by Radical Islam, fearing the obvious contradictions to their 7th century A.D. Islamic doctrines, & destroys their credibility

Yazılıkaya - Chamber B relief with the twelve gods of the underworld.

Yazılıkaya - Chamber B relief with the twelve gods of the underworld.

Relief of Goddess Kubaba Basalt relief fragment dating from about 850-750 BCE. Anatolian Civilizations Museum, Ankara. The goddess Hepat of the Hittite imperial times, is transformed into Kubaba in Late Hittite kingdoms of the south eastern Anatolia. She is holding a pomegrenade in her right hand, and an ear of wheat in her left.

Relief of Goddess Kubaba Basalt relief fragment dating from about 850-750 BCE. Anatolian Civilizations Museum, Ankara. The goddess Hepat of the Hittite imperial times, is transformed into Kubaba in Late Hittite kingdoms of the south eastern Anatolia. She is holding a pomegrenade in her right hand, and an ear of wheat in her left.

A tablet found on a rock during excavations in Hattusa, the capital of the Hittite civilization in the central Anatolian province of Çorum, will be deciphered with a 3D scanning system

A tablet found on a rock during excavations in Hattusa, the capital of the Hittite civilization in the central Anatolian province of Çorum, will be deciphered with a 3D scanning system

Hittite Drinking vessel. Near Eastern, Anatolian, Hittite, Hittite New Kingdom, reign of Tudhaliya III, 14th century BC. This ceremonial drinking vessel is shaped in the form of a human fist with a procession of musicians in relief along the cuff. Currently located at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.

Hittite Drinking vessel. Near Eastern, Anatolian, Hittite, Hittite New Kingdom, reign of Tudhaliya III, 14th century BC. This ceremonial drinking vessel is shaped in the form of a human fist with a procession of musicians in relief along the cuff. Currently located at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.

Hittite Monuments - Kahramanmaraş

Hittite Monuments - Kahramanmaraş

Orthostat relief: lion attacking a deer -  Period: Neo-Hittite Date: ca. 9th century B.C. Geography: Syria, Tell Halaf (ancient Guzana) Culture: Hittite Medium: Limestone, paint

Orthostat relief: lion attacking a deer - Period: Neo-Hittite Date: ca. 9th century B.C. Geography: Syria, Tell Halaf (ancient Guzana) Culture: Hittite Medium: Limestone, paint

Çorum-hattusas- boğazkale

Çorum-hattusas- boğazkale

Hittite bas relief in Ankara's Museum of Anatolian Civilization.

Hittite bas relief in Ankara's Museum of Anatolian Civilization.

Relief Depicting the Son of King Araras, from Carchemish, Turkey, Neo-Hittite, 10th-8th Century Bc Giclee Print at AllPosters.com

Relief Depicting the Son of King Araras, from Carchemish, Turkey, Neo-Hittite, 10th-8th Century Bc Giclee Print at AllPosters.com

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