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Shamash, The sun god of the Babylonians. From alabaster stele discovered by Hornuzd? Rassain in the ruins of the temple E-Babbara at Sippar. The inscription commemorates the rededication of the temple by Nebo Paliddin in 857BC.


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Credit: Shamash, The sun god of the Babylonians. From alabaster stele discovered by Hornuzd? Rassain in the ruins of the temple E-Babbara at Sippar. The inscription commemorates the rededication of the temple by Nebo Paliddin in 857BC. Credit: Wellcome Collection. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)


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