For a depiction of the suppliant goddess on a haematite cylinder seal see pl. 8 in T.S. Kawami and J. Olbrantz, Breath of Heaven, Breath of Earth, Ancient Near Eastern Art from American Collections. For a gypsum plaque with the goddess in profile to the left, excavated at Mari, see no. 132 in A. Parrot, Mari. For a bronze plaque showing a bearded god wearing a similar garment and headdress, now in the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, see p. 135 in P. Azara, et al., Antes del Diluvio, Mesopotamia 3500-2100 A.C.