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The Descent of Inanna
Excerpt translated by Diane Wolkstein and Samuel Noah Kramer, from “Inanna, Queen of Heaven and Earth: Her Stories and Hymns From Sumer”, Harper & Rowe, Publishers.
From the Great Above she opened her ears to the Great Below.
From the Great Above the goddess opened her ears to the Great Below.
From the Great Above Inanna opened her ear to the Great Below.
My lady abandoned heaven and earth to descend to the underworld.
Inanna abandoned heaven and earth to descend to the underworld.
She abandoned her office of holy priestess to descend to the underworld.
In Uruk she abandoned her temple to descend to the underworld.
In Badtibira she abandoned her temple to descend to the underworld.
In Zabalam she abandoned her temple to descend to the underworld.
In Nippur she abandoned her temple to descend to the underworld.
In Kish she abandoned her temple to descend to the underworld.
In Akkad she abandoned her temple to descend to the underworld.
She gathered together the seven me.
She took them into her hands.
With the me in her possession, she prepared herself:
She placed the sugurra, the crown of the steppe, on her head.
She arranged the dark locks of hair across her forehead.
She tied the small lapis beads around her neck,
Let the double strand of beads fall to her breast,
And wrapped the royal robe around her body.
She daubed her eyes with the ointment called "let him come, let him come"
Bound the breastplate called "come, man, come" around her chest,
Slipped the gold ring over her wrist,
And took the lapis measuring rod and line in her hand.
Inanna set out for the underworld.
Ninshubur, her faithful servant, went with her.
Inanna spoke to her, saying:
Ninshubur, my constant support,
My sukkal who gives me wise advice,
My warrior who fights by my side,
I am descending to the kur, to the underworld,
If I do not…...

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...Frank Longoria History 40 Prof. Tellez 7/23/12 The article of Juan Soto, Desertion Handbill in his handbill (printed document) it seems as if Juan Soto is trying to get current Catholics of Irish, French and German men to not fight their own men of the same religion (the Mexicans) due to the rights that the Mexicans have in united states. Juan Soto is making his point by stating that any man who fights for liberty is not on the side of those who have differences in mankind and consider having slaves. Juan Soto also explains how the definition of liberty is not trying to be lord of the world and robbing properties and territories and killing people who get in the way of it. Also having to shed blood in order to get a point across to the people about religion. Juan Soto also explains how the Mexican people will stand up to this so called war on their own people and any American who tries to stop them will find a grave upon the land. Juan also tries to barter with the opposing Irish, French, and German army if they stand down and abandon their army the Mexican nation will honor them and they will be accepted among the Mexican community and be able to enjoy the Mexican fertile lands. At the end of the handbill Juan Soto states “Long live liberty!! Long live our holy Religion. Who is the author? The author is Juan Soto I will be honest I could not find any information about Juan Soto online nor in the library online. My guess is that he was a civilian and a man of the......

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