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A hymn to Ishtar K. 1286 by Theophile James Meek

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Published by Univ. Press in Chicago .
Written in English


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The Physical Object
Pagination156-166 p.
Number of Pages166
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25648422M
OCLC/WorldCa222442733

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texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top A hymn to Ishtar K. Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. EMBED EMBED (for Pages: III. A HYMN TO ISHTAR, K. By Theophile James Meek - - - - IV. THE ROYAL FEUD IN THIE WADI HALFA TEMPLE: A REJOINDER. By James Henry Breasted - - - - - - - - - - V. SOME SEALS IN THE GOUCHER COLLECTION. By Ira Maurice Price - - VI. DAKOTA CHRONOLOGY. By William Hayes Ward - - - - - VII. BOOK NOTICES. Sing of Ishtar (Inanna), most awe-inspiring goddess, let her be praised, Mistress of women, greatest of the Igigi – gods. ii. She is the joyous one, clad in loveliness, She is adorned with allure, appeal, charm. (Ishtar / Inanna, daughter to Nannar & Ningal, alien Goddess of Love & War) Ishtar is the joyous one, clad in loveliness. Sing of Ishtar, most awe-inspiring goddess, let her be praised, Mistress of women, greatest of the Igigi-gods. ii She is the joyous one, clad in loveliness, (5) She is adorned with allure, appeal, charm. Ishtar is the joyous one, clad in loveliness, She is adorned with allure, appeal, charm. iii In her lips she is sweetness, vitality her mouth.

This Hymn to Ishtar, Mother Lover of Tammuz, was written c. B.C. Praise the goddess, the most awesome of the goddesses. Let one revere the mistress of the peoples, the greatest of the Igigi. Praise Ishtar, the most awesome of the goddesses. Let us revere the queen of women, the greatest of the Igigi. She is clothed in pleasure and love. Hymn to Ishtar. Hymn to Ishtar. This page used to be on the now either defunct orlost site "Grimoire". After extolling the charms and virtues of the goddess, the hymn concludes by enumerating the blessings which she has bestowed upon the king, Ammiditana.   Ammi-Ditana's hymn to Ishtar (17th century B.C.) Read in Akkadian by Gilgamesh Nabeel 30 March Meek, Theophile James, “A Hymn to Ishtar, K. ”, The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures, 26(), [JSTOR link]. Jastrow Jr., Morris, “Signs and Names of the Planet Mars”, The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures, 27(), [JSTOR link].

The star of Ishtar and the Lion of Babylon are two main symbols of one of the most important goddesses of Mesopotamia civilization in particular and human civilization in general, expressing the core values and cultural identity of Iraq song History of Iraq Iraq is .   23 Ishtar, who can rival her glory? 24 her powers are mighty, exalted and manifest. 25 Cruellest among the gods, her standing is huge, 26 Her word is mighty, she triumphs over them. 27 Ishtar among the gods, her standing is huge, 28 Her word is mighty, she triumphs over them. 29 They are always getting their queen to impart orders. Praise to Ishtar (from an Akkadian hymn to Ishtar, translated by Ferris J. Stephens) She is clothed with pleasure and love. She is laden with vitality, charm, and voluptuousness. Ishtar is clothed with pleasure and love. She is laden with vitality, charm, and voluptuousness. In . Ammi-ditāna's hymn to Ištar read by K. Hecker. Transcription kindly provided by K. Hecker on the basis of the edition by F. Thureau-Dangin, RA 22, ff. Original transcription 57 O Ishtar, upon Ammiditāna, the king who loves you, 58 bestow a long life for ever more!