Some sumerian- Linear A ideogram pairs

Ring-post with streamer

Inanna’s knot.
WARKA WASE The Warka Vase, is the oldest ritual vase in carved stone discovered in ancient Sumer and can be dated to round about 3000 B.C. or probably 4th-3rd millennium B.C. It shows men entering the presence of his gods, specifically a cult goddess Innin (Inanna), represented by two bundles of reeds placed side by side symbolizing the entrance to a temple. The detailed drawing above was made from tracing a photograph (from Campbell, Shepsut) of the temple vase found at Uruk/Warka, dating from approximately 3100 BCE. It is over one meter (nearly 4 feet) tall. On the upper tier is a figure of a nude man that may possibly represent the sacrificial king. He approaches the robed queen Inanna. Inanna wears a horned headdress.
The Queen of Heaven stands in front of two looped temple poles or “asherah,” phallic posts, sacred to the goddess. A group of nude priests bring gifts of baskets of gifts, including, fruits to pay her homage on the lower tier. This vase is now at the Iraq Museum in Bagdad. Sumerian sign LAGAR › sumlogo Rezultate de pe web Sumerian’s phonetically more complex logograms 10 aug. 1999 — lagar: temple servant who pronounces invocations to the god [LAGAR archaic frequency: 51; concatenates 4 sign

From 11. Ideograms/Logograms

Linear A Ideograms: a folder giving the common, identified ideograms and their signs, and copies of GORILA’s sign charts and palaeographic sign charts Sign *356  PH 13b


From Sign *360, PH 17b

From Sign GA2

Sign KU

Linear A  *309, only TY 2 in three variations *309a

and 309c

sumerian sign LAGAB



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