Fish-shepherd God and priest king also know as the shit stirrer God with familiar rolled brim hat and hair and beard bun hunting cattle wearing netted dress with animal tail. (Animal tail also seen on the 1st installed egyptian king called Namer) He is shown here with his naked surmerian which could represent something of nought since his sumerians are depicted pure wearing nothing or wearing sheep fleece. The strange looking arrow head which the Deity Lord God is using is similar to arrow heads seen in the Egyptian "The Hunters Palette" See below of naked natives with weapons going towards a building which could be the Fish-shepard God and priest king and shit stirrer God home what looks like a Marsh Arab reed house and himself on the palete is represented as a Lion. See below.

Impression from a lime stone cylinder seal. Mesopotamia late Uruk. Iraq. 3000 - 3300 BCE. British Museum London BM,13140.

 

 

 

Egyptian figure from "The Hunters Palette" with animal tail holding an arrow head similar to above image of Fish-shepherd God and priest king also know as the shit stirrer God. 3200 -3100 BCE

 

 

Egyptian figure from "The Hunters Palette" with animal tail holding an arrow heads similar to above image of Fish-shepherd God and priest king also know as the shit stirrer God. 3200 - 3100 BCE

 



Top scene of " The Hunters Palete" showing a egyptian/african figure (these cury hair afro figures are also seen in early eyptian/african artifacts wearing penal shelths) possibly nearing the home in Uruk of the Fish-shepherd God and priest king also know as the shit stirrer God shown here as a Lion defending and attacking. His reed home which is similar to Marsh Arab's in looks and style around the two rivers of the Tigris and Euphrates
South of modern day Iraq. " The Hunters Palete" dated around 3200 - 3100 BCE. British Museum

 

 

Sumerian Uruk (Sumer/Mesopotania) location in red

 

 

 

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Marsh Arabs Area Location (Sumer/Mesopotania) on the left before its destruction between the Tigris and Euphrates
south of Iraq and Iran

 

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