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    Basalt statue dedicated to Hadad, god of thunderstorms, by Shamash-nuri and Hadad-isi, king of Guzana and his son. The inscription praises Hadad and threatens persons who damage the statue with the god's wrath. From Tell Fekherye H: 165 cm Inv. 7439


    Shamash-ush-usur, governor of Suhi and Mari, praying to the gods Adad and Ishtar. Bas-relief from the palace of Nebuchadnezzar II (605-562 BCE) Babylon, Mesopotamia (Iraq)


    Cylinder seal and imprint: adoration of the storm god Adad. Agate, 3 x 1,1 cm AO 22347


    The storm-god Adad standing on a bull, brandishing a flash of lightning. Reign of Tiglath-Pileser. The god wears the kaunakes,a garment draped over one shoulder. From Arslan-Tash, North Syria. Basalt, H:136 cm AO 13 092


    King or governor receives an ankh (symbol of life) from god Hadad. Imprint of a cylinder seal on the neck of a vase (17th BCE, Middle Bronze Age) found 1965 in the Temple B1, area of Ebla, Syria.


    Calcedon pendant with a dedication by Kassite king Nazimarutash (1328-1298) to the sungod Shamash and the stormgod Adad. Sapphire-calcedon, 2,3 x 1,8 cm AO 7704