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The Statue of Marduk depicted as being mounted on Marduk's dragon Mušḫuššu and standing victorious in the primordial water of Tiamat. From a cylinder
The Statue of Marduk depicted as being mounted on Marduk's dragon Mušḫuššu and standing victorious in the primordial water of Tiamat. From a cylinder seal of the 9th century BC Babylonian king Marduk-zakir-shumi I.
The Statue of Marduk on a kudurru stele of the Babylonian king Meli-Shipak (12th century BC)
The Statue of Marduk on a kudurru stele of the Babylonian king Meli-Shipak (12th century BC)
Reconstruction of the peribolos at Babylon, including the temple of Esagila, where Marduk's statue was kept. From The Excavations at Babylon (1914)
Reconstruction of the peribolos at Babylon, including the temple of Esagila, where Marduk's statue was kept. From The Excavations at Babylon (1914)
Closeup of a colossal stone statue of the god Nabu (the son of Marduk) recovered from the city Kalhu, an example of a surviving ancient Mesopotamian s
Closeup of a colossal stone statue of the god Nabu (the son of Marduk) recovered from the city Kalhu, an example of a surviving ancient Mesopotamian statue of a deity. Exhibited at the Iraq Museum.
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9th century BC depiction of the Statue of Marduk, with his servant dragon Mušḫuššu. This was Marduk's main cult image in Babylon.
9th century BC depiction of the Statue of Marduk, with his servant dragon Mušḫuššu. This was Marduk's main cult image in Babylon.
Mušḫuššu, a dragon-like creature, was associated with Marduk.
Mušḫuššu, a dragon-like creature, was associated with Marduk.