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This altar cloth features a one sided print with hemmed edges. Care instructions: Cold water delicate cycle, hang to dry. No bleach. 24" x 24" inches.
"Tiamat was within the Mesopotamian pantheon, the mother of the gods and of the abyssic waters to the point that she was identified the same. The forms of Tiamat are protean, she appears as wavy lines representing the sea on Marduk’s seal, while Berossos describes her as manifesting both as a body of water and in the form of a woman. Being the Cosmic Sea, the salt water abyss, some composite forms show her as a cow and goat; having udders, a horn and a tail. Other depictions represent Tiamat as a serpent and lion-dragon. " - Sebitti by Michael W. Ford
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