Podcast Episode 80 l Queen Kubaba of Mesopotamia

Kubaba relief in the form of a goddess - Basalt - Carchemish - Late Hittite period (8th century B.C.) - From the collection of The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations - photographed at The Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum during a temporary exhibition
Kubaba relief in the form of a goddess - Basalt - Carchemish - Late Hittite period (8th century B.C.) - From the collection of The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations - photographed at The Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum during a temporary exhibition. Photo: Commons
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Queen Kubaba was a legendary Mesopotamian queen according to the Sumerian King List, who ruled over the Kingdom of Kish. Legend has it that her rule lasted over 100 years before the rise of the dynasty of Akshak (a city of ancient Sumer, situated on the northern boundary of Akkad).

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