In today’s episode, we are going to weave a few separate tales of Ishtar together to get a picture of her character and power as the Goddess of Love and War. Apologies for the poor audio quality, my set up was flawed today, but the story is still audible.
We have two pictures of Lady Ishtar from wikipedia, which capture a range of artistic talent.
I don’t really know what I should be posting here, I said a lot about Ishtar in the show today, but is anybody reading this far into the blog posts? Are the notes I usually post here helpful for anyone? Leave a note in the comments if you read the notes, want more notes, or would like elaborations on the different aspects of the story, the archeology surrounding it, or about ancient life in general.