This blog became as a little place to put my poupée girl's fanarts, But now I have improved my model doll that I call as my fashion on line girl.
So welcome to fashion:on:line Girl's place ;)
If you like to see just the old fanarts, please, clic on the menu button 'fanart'
Esse blog começou como um cantinho pra exibir minhas fanarts pupisticas entre outras fashionices, mas agora eu fiz um upgrade nas minhas dolls, e ela virou a fashion on line girl.
Bem vindo à casa da Fashion on line Girl ;)
fuck:pupe:yeah by mara sop...
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My Sumerian Queen
Puabi was queen from the 1st dynasty of Ur. In her tomb was found a lot os amazing jewelery, and this extraordinary headdress. * . *
In early mesopotamia, women, even elite women, were generally described in relation to their husbands. For example, the inscription on the cylinder seal of the wife of the ruler of the city-state of Lagash (to the east of Ur) reads “Bara-namtara, wife of Lugal-anda, ruler of the city-state of Lagash.”
The fact that Puabi is identified without the mention of her husband may indicate that she was queen in her own right. If so, she probably reigned prior to the time of the First Dynasty of Ur, whose first ruler is known from the Sumerian King List as Mesannepada. Inscribed artifacts from the Seal Impression Strata (SIS) layers above the royal tombs at Ur name Mesannepada, King of Kish, an honorific used by rulers claiming control over all of southern Mesopotamia.
She is also known as Shub-Ad
c. 2600 bC
by mara sop