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Clay plaque showing the demon Lamashtu as a hideous woman with the head of c lion.
I. Introduction. Iconographic type of
Jul 20, 2009 Mesopotamian demon →Lamashtu (e.g., Mesopotamian Lamashtu (KEEL 1992: 229).
I. Introduction. Hybrid Mesopotami- with annû qaqqad Pazuzu “this
Lamashtu. Lailah. Daughter of Hecate.
Walter and Gertrud Farber ———————————
Walter gave a paper on “Lamashtu and the Dogs.

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Lamashtu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lamashtu - PathfinderWiki
Lamashtu (pronounced lah-MAHSH-too) History Lamashtu was once a mighty demon lord. In ages past she.
British Museum - Amulet with a figure of Lamashtu
This is an apotropaic figure of Lamashtu, designed to ward off evil.
Lamashtu (Mesopotamian demon) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Lamashtu (Mesopotamian demon), in Mesopotamian religion, the most terrible of all female demons, daughter of the sky god Anu (Sumerian: An).
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