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Pagan Sexuality and Sexual Freedom
Old Traditions Live Today! Pagans like me who believe in, talk about and practice sexual freedom are protected by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. As individuals, and as Americans, we pagans have the freedom to choose the manner in which we...
Religions >> Paganism & Wicca
Body Mysteries >> Sexuality
Buriash
(Kassite) Apparently a God of storm and weather, and as such equated by Mesopotamian people with Iskur. Cf. the Hellenic Boreas....
Deities & Heros >> Mesopotamian
Dumuzi
(Sumerian) Child of Duttur, Lord of shepherds and the flocks, and eternal adversary to Enkimdu. He is regarded as both divinity and royal ancestor in several Mesopotamian city-states, most notably Uruk, where he is listed as an earlier predescessor to the...
Deities & Heros >> Mesopotamian
Nabu
(Babylonian) Divine Patron of scribes, and holding authority over writing and knowledge. He forms with Ea and Marduk a triplicity of Wisdom deities, and His worship persisted among Mesopotamian communities for a very long time. His cult is still recognizable...
Deities & Heros >> Mesopotamian

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The Mythical Lamassu: Impressive Symbols for Mesopotamian Protection
Lamassu are human-headed, eagle-winged, bulls or lions that once protected cities in Mesopotamia.
The Dane in Bahrain whose findings brought him fame
In the 1950s, he discovered and excavated the ruins of the ancient Dilmun civilization in the tiny island country, which established a distinct cultural history for the people of Bahrain.
Beads Found in 3400-year-old Nordic Graves Were Made by King Tut's Glassmaker
The Egyptian and Mesopotamian glass beads found in the graves in Denmark indicates that trade was established already 3000 years ago, and conversely, Nordic amber has been found as far south as in Mycenae, Greece and at Qatna, near Homs in Syria.
Crimes of the Art
Three Mesopotamian sculptures dating back to the third millennium BCE were found in a refugee camp near the Croatian border in Slovenia. The artifacts, which were authenticated by the National Museum in Ljubljana, are believed to have been illegally ...
LAUSD's stash of 50K pieces of art is now (partly) open to the public

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