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Enheduanna (ca. 2300 BCE) is the earliest known author in the history of human civilization. The daughter of King Sargon of Akkad, she was a high priestess ...

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Disk of Enheduanna (second figure to the left) (ca. 2300 BCE), From the Penn Museum collections, Philadelphia.

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Enheduanna (2285-2250 BCE) World's FIRST author we know by name. She

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2300 BCE. This votive disk was dedicated by the High Priestess Enheduanna to the moon-god. Enheduanna (second figure to the left) is the world's first -known ...

Enheduanna by Balage Balogh. • Enheduanna, (a daughter of Sargon of Akkad, High Priestess of the moon god Nanna), has left behind a corpus of literary works ...

A few Sumerian cities resisted; most notably Ur and Uruk. After these armies were defeated, the other cities fell into line.

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The Exaltation of Inanna was written in around 2260 B.C. by Enheduanna, daughter of Sargon of Akkad.

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Enheduanna. Sumerian. c. 2300 BC. Possibly earliest known poet or author.

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Enheduanna (ca. 2285-2250 BC) Was a High priestess and the first

Enheduana was the world's first known author and female scientist-- as well as a politically appointed priestess who lived in the Sumerian city of Ur.

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A modern reconstruction of the Ziggurat of Ur (background) looms over the ruins of the Giparu, the temple complex where Enheduanna lived and was buried

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Enheduanna (ca. 2300 BCE) is the earliest known author in the history of human civilization. The daughter of King Sargon of Akkad, she was a high p…

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Enheduanna, Akkadian priestess, writer of hymns, first named female author.

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Enheduanna in full regalia supervising ritual at altar before temple tower. Limestone disk, from Ur, ca.2300 BCE, restored. S. Beaulieu, after Meador ...

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William Hallo first dubbed Enheduana as the Shakespeare of Sumerian literature after careful analysis of her brilliant and complex writing style in her most ...

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Ancient Akkadian cylinder seal depicting Inanna, the subject of many of Enheduanna's hymns, resting her foot on the back of a lion, c. 2334–2154 BC

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A depiction of an onager-drawn cart on the Sumerian "battle standard of Ur" circa 2500 BC

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the first named author in history was a woman named Enheduanna. She was an Akkadian princess, high-priestess, and poet who lived over 4000 years ago

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Enheduanna was the High Priestess (for about 40 years) in Ur about 2300 BCE

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Enheduanna (ca. 2300 BCE), above left, Sumerian-Akkadian poet and the first known author in the history of human civilization.

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