Knot of Inanna

Linda Ursin

Soknedal, Norway

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For the sixty-fourth of the symbols, I chose the Mesopotamian symbol Knot of Inanna; a stylized bundle of reeds, and a representation of the Babylonian goddess Inanna. Whom you’ve probably heard of in relation to the Babylonian epic of Gilgamesh. It’s actually an early written form of her name. The background was created in pools of pink and a bluish green which were allowed to spread, blossom and blend. Plus a touch of dry brush work.

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