Inanna is the most important goddess of the Sumerian pantheon in ancient Mesopotamia. She is a goddess of love, fertility, and war. Inanna's name derives from Lady of Heaven (Sumerian: nin-an-ak). She was associated with the planet Venus.
Urania dresses in a cloak embroidered with stars and keeps her eyes and attention focused on the Heavens. She is usually represented with a celestial globe to which she points with a little staff. Having a deep connection to the universe, Urania can also foretell the future by the arrangement of the stars and galaxies.
The realm of Minos
Minoan dress | minoan woman with male attendants -Minoan male's in loin cloths and a woman in a fitted bodice and a skirt with rush bands.