Spirit of the North East Wind in Mesopotamian mythology
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Pazuzu has been made famous by his appearance as the demon that possesses Regan in The Exorcist movie. In real life he was the Spirit of the North East Wind in Mesopotamian mythology. Images of Pazuzu were used to ward off evil spirits, particularly by pregnant women and young mothers as defence against the baby-snatching demoness Lamashtu.
This sculpture is based primarily on a small bronze statuette made in Iraq early in the first millennia BC and housed in the Louvre museum since 1872.
Your Pazuzu is approximately 10¼ inches (31cm) tall and weighs approximately 855g.
Your Pazuzu is one of 349 and comes with it's own certificate of authenticity
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