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Wadi Es-Sabaa Babylonian steles

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Wadi Es-Sabaa Babylonian steles
Credit: Council of Environment

In Wadi Es Sabaa, two famous Babylonian stelae from the reign of Nabuchodonosor have been discovered. One of these stelae depicts a Babylonian man engaged in combat with a lion, which lends the valley its name. The second stela portrays a seated king or ruler holding an unidentified object in his right hand. The carvings on both stelae include various celestial symbols, such as the seven-segmented star of Astarte and a crescent-shaped bow.

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