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Queen of the Night (a.k.a. The Burney Relief)

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A Mesopotamian or Babylonian terracotta relief of an ancient goddess figure believed to be either Lilith, Ishtar, or Ereshkigal.

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Type: Terracotta Relief
Style: Ancient Artwork
Medium: Relief
Year Created: ?

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