Ishtar

In the Old Babylonian 'Agushaja Hymn' (also known as Ea and Ṣaltu), Ea (Sumerian Enki) becomes frustrated with Ishtar's bellicose behaviour. He discusses with his fellow deities the need to create a suitable opponent for Ishtar, ...

Author: Louise M. Pryke

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781317506652

Category: History

Page: 240

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Ishtar is the first book dedicated to providing an accessible analysis of the mythology and image of this complex goddess. The polarity of her nature is reflected in her role as goddess of sexual love and war, and has made her difficult to characterise in modern scholarship. By exploring this complexity, Ishtar offers insight into Mesopotamian culture and thought, and elucidates a goddess who transcended the limits of gender, divinity and nature. It gives an accessible introduction to the Near Eastern pantheon, while also opening a pathway for comparison with the later Near Eastern and Mediterranean deities who followed her.

Ishtar

“You look sexy,” Maria said to Ishtar when she finished changing into her uniform, which it was a T-shirt and a short, thigh-high skirt, both in black color. Ishtar did not like those clothes and complained about skirt, which she has ...

Author: Ruwaida Abd

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781477157091

Category: Fiction

Page: 340

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Ishtar, who was an Iraqi girl, worked in a bar and there she met William, with whom she falls in love. He was an American, amazing and faithful man. They loved each other and their relati onship conti nued very strong. Even though Ishtar was a virgin and naive girl and William was an expert man and has many previous relati onships that did not hinder any one of them. They accepted diff erences of each other including languages, traditi ons, and life style. They always overcome the troubles and reconcile when they had a break up. To prove his love to her and also to ensure her heart William proposed to Ishtar in very romanti c and diff erent way in her birthday but life did not conti nue as they want and as they planned for it. On Tuesday, September 11, 2001 while William was inside one of the towers visiti ng his best friend the att ack on the towers happened..

Ishtar s Odyssey

Ishtar sat on a Roman-style couch by the pool. “Perhaps you could convince Father, Kazeem. A dangerous caravan is no place for a young boy such as myself. And besides, surely you don't want to leave all you know and love in Amaranth for ...

Author: Arnold Ytreeide

Publisher: Kregel Publications

ISBN: 9780825443930

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 176

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A new Advent family devotional from the author of Jotham's Journey! Fourth in a set of Advent adventure books for families, Ishtar's Odyssey follows the ten-year-old son of a Persian wise man as their caravan follows a star across the desert. Ishtar would just as soon stay in the comfort of the palace, but slowly he learns that there's much to see, do, and learn in this world that can't be experienced in school. He eventually meets Jotham, Bartholomew, and Tabitha as he follows his father and uncles in their search for a newborn king. Arnold Ytreeide's family advent devotionals have become a much-loved Christmas tradition, enjoyed by multiple generations. With over 100,000 in print they include Jotham's Journey, Bartholomew's Passage, and Tabitha's Travels. - See more at: http://www.kregel.com/childrens-story-books/ishtars-odyssey/#sthash.UaTgkA6T.dpuf A new Advent family devotional from the author of Jotham's Journey! Fourth in a set of Advent adventure books for families, Ishtar's Odyssey follows the ten-year-old son of a Persian wise man as their caravan follows a star across the desert. Ishtar would just as soon stay in the comfort of the palace, but slowly he learns that there's much to see, do, and learn in this world that can't be experienced in school. He eventually meets Jotham, Bartholomew, and Tabitha as he follows his father and uncles in their search for a newborn king. Arnold Ytreeide's family advent devotionals have become a much-loved Christmas tradition, enjoyed by multiple generations. With over 100,000 in print they include Jotham's Journey, Bartholomew's Passage, and Tabitha's Travels. A new Advent family devotional from the author of Jotham's Journey! Fourth in a set of Advent adventure books for families, Ishtar's Odyssey follows the ten-year-old son of a Persian wise man as their caravan follows a star across the desert. Ishtar would just as soon stay in the comfort of the palace, but slowly he learns that there's much to see, do, and learn in this world that can't be experienced in school. He eventually meets Jotham, Bartholomew, and Tabitha as he follows his father and uncles in their search for a newborn king. Arnold Ytreeide's family advent devotionals have become a much-loved Christmas tradition, enjoyed by multiple generations. With over 100,000 in print they include Jotham's Journey, Bartholomew's Passage, and Tabitha's Travels. - See more at: http://www.kregel.com/childrens-story-books/ishtars-odyssey/#sthash.UaTgkA6T.dpufA new Advent family devotional from the author of Jotham's Journey! Fourth in a set of Advent adventure books for families, Ishtar's Odyssey follows the ten-year-old son of a Persian wise man as their caravan follows a star across the desert. Ishtar would just as soon stay in the comfort of the palace, but slowly he learns that there's much to see, do, and learn in this world that can't be experienced in school. He eventually meets Jotham, Bartholomew, and Tabitha as he follows his father and uncles in their search for a newborn king. Arnold Ytreeide's family advent devotionals have become a much-loved Christmas tradition, enjoyed by multiple generations. With over 100,000 in print they include Jotham's Journey, Bartholomew's Passage, and Tabitha's Travels. - See more at: http://www.kregel.com/childrens-story-books/ishtars-odyssey/#sthash.UaTgkA6T.dpuf

Call Me Ishtar

I offer you from my basket a lovely apple . An apple of wisdom . " Ishtar held out the apple . " I am forbidden . I cannot speak to you . " " Tell , Child , " Ishtar leered at Snow White . " Do you sleep with all those ugly little men ?

Author: Rhoda Lerman

Publisher: Doubleday Books

ISBN: STANFORD:36105039787747

Category: Housewives

Page: 272

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The Ship of Ishtar

And many are the arts of Ishtar , and is not her quiver always full ? Messenger , how long the pair endured , I know not . Yet always strove they to break that barrier through , driven by their love . And always- " She covered her face ...

Author: Abraham Merritt

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:$B399390

Category: Fantasy fiction, American

Page: 330

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Tammuz and Ishtar

The title , ' lady of vision ' , is particularly important , for Ishtar herself does not appear to have been an oracular deity in Sumer and Babylonia . It is true that the Assyrian kings Asarhaddon and Ashurbanipal regarded Ishtar ...

Author: Stephen Langdon

Publisher: Ams PressInc

ISBN: UIUC:30112005639015

Category: Assyro-Babylonian religion

Page: 296

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Ishtar and Tammuz

ッ To the people of ancient Mesopotamia ( now Syria and Iraq ) who grew crops and grazed their herds on the fertile plains of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers , the goodwill and the blessings of the Earth goddess Ishtar were all ...

Author: C. J. Moore

Publisher: Kingfisher Books

ISBN: 0753450127

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

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A retelling of the Babylonian myth telling how the death of Ishtar's son Tammuz brings about the changing seasons on earth.

The Eye of Ishtar

Ishtar ? A goddess , the Mother Goddess , I believe ; worshipped in India and certain Eastern countries . Why ? ” “ The gypsy told me I am in the care of Ishtar , ” Louanne frowned . “ But my dear , how perfectly silly .

Author: Florence E. Schisler

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000005753413

Category:

Page: 237

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