The Goddess who invented Civilization
The flowering of Sumer, its temples, ordered cities, irrigated fields, birthplace of cuneiform writing and codes of law, and mastery of terra-cotta arts, all offer tribute to the first Great Goddess named by history.
Bejeweled and serene, her chalice-shaped form was worshipped as early as 7000 BCE.
[Susa, Iran, 800 BCE]
7" gypsumstone plaque, antique stone color finish. #IN8