sumerian shepherd-fish God and priest king also known as the shit stirrer God with his naked sumerian servant priest handing to his God hunting arrows for his temple herd God wearing his familiar rolled brim shepherds hat, hair and beard and ceremonial net dress with animal tail which can be seen on African egyptian kings e.g Namer, Egyptian Dynasty Zero. Impression from lime stone cylinder seal. Mesopotamia late Uruk. Iraq. 3000 - 3300 BCE. British Museum. London BM,13140



sumerian shepherd-fish God wearing his familair rolled brim shepherds hat with his naked pure sumerian priest pouring out libation on top of an alter with ankle strap for sacrifice. Early dynastic lll period relief Plaque artifact dated about 2500 BCE from UR Iraq



sumerian deity God and his Goddess wife Inanna served by thier naked pure sumerian servants. Artifact plaque date around 2900 BCE.




sumerian Goddess Inanna looking towards the viewer whilst her naked pure sumerian servant priest pours out libation. Artifact plaque date around 3000 - 3300 BCE.Tello.



Above naked sumerian rounder head is different to the native longer faced Arabic population in sumer southern Iraq (mesopotania) his shape coming from a different region due to his high hips, receding forehead, large nose and ears. The large ears was a bred trait in egyptian kings artifacts of wooden ears to fulfil a vow or promise, his nose is different than the straighter bodied from the Arabs, his rounded head features is to peoples from Asiatic region around the Caspian sea, Caucasia, Georgia, Armenia, Kazar Ashkenenazi, Northern Iran, India or even from North of Arabia countries like Jordan. Artifact dated around 3000 BCE.
The sumerian is in front of a device for holding up a goat by its ankles to cut its throat for blood sacrifice and the pure life force of the animal, he holds a vessel to pour libation which is a symbol of purification for his God and Goddess before or after sacrifice. In some countries drinking of the blood of an animal is for nourishment and goodness. British Museum Plaque. dated 3000 - 3300 BCE.


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