King Nabonidus

Back in the sixth century BC, Babylonian King Nabonidus dug into ancient temple mounds in search of his predecessors. He found a long forgotten shrine of the Goddess Ishtar. The find, we are told, "made the king's heart glad and caused his countenance to brighten."

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