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Belus in a Babylonian context refers to the Babylonian god Bel Marduk. Though often identified with Greek Zeus and Latin Jupiter as Zeus Belos or Jupiter Belus, in other cases Belus is euhemerized as an ancient king who founded Babylon and built the ziggurat. He is recognized and worshiped as the God of war.

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acid free, high-quality matte heavyweight paper, archival ink

Belus (12x18) (2015)

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  • Size: 21 × 15 in (unframed) / 18 × 12 in (actual image size)
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