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Façade of the Inanna (Ishtar) Temple with niches and figures.
15th c BCE Mesopotamian Kassite Architecture

KASSITE Anonymous (1531 BCE - 1155 BCE)
1450 BCE-1499 BCE
15th c BCE
Brick
Bricklaying; Fired Clay Bricks
Kassite
Temple
Uruk (Warka). Iraq.
Berlin. Pergamon Museum (Antiken-Sammlung)[Antiquities Coll.]
brlm0695
Part of reconstructed temple dedicated to the Sumerian Goddess Inanna (Ishtar). The image is an oblique view of the baked brick façade with deity figures within niches. Although dedicated to a Sumerian (30th c. BCE) Goddess- inscription evidence indicates the temple dates back to the Kassite ruler Kara-indash and the late 15th c BCE.

Caption: KASSITE Anonymous | Façade of the Inanna (Ishtar) Temple with niches and figures. | 1450 BCE-1499 BCE | Kassite | Kassites | ©Mark Levy | brlml066
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