Category:Standing naked woman-AO 20127

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standing naked woman 
alabaster statuette of a naked standing woman, possibly Ishtar, great goddess of Babylon, discovered by Pacifique-Henri Delaporte in 1862
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LocationRoom 230, display case 6, Room 230, Richelieu wing, Louvre Palace, 1st arrondissement of Paris, Paris, Metropolis of Greater Paris
Creator
  • Unknown
Discoverer or inventor
  • Pacifique-Henri Delaporte
Location of discovery
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Inception
  • 1st millennium BC (3rd century BC, before 3rd century)
Time of discovery or invention
  • 1862
Width
  • 5 cm
Height
  • 24.8 cm
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standing naked woman (en); Statuette de femme nue debout (fr) alabaster statuette of a naked standing woman, possibly Ishtar, great goddess of Babylon, discovered by Pacifique-Henri Delaporte in 1862 (en); sculpture représentant peut-être la grande déesse babylonienne (fr)