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However, just like his troops, he too looks up towards the sky. Though he does not have any person to look up to, he does look at the suns above the mountain.

The suns are representional of a greater power, perhaps the same one that empowered Naram-Sin. Naram-Sin's upward glance towards the suns show he is paying respect and tribute to the God.

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 Quoting: just a dude

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17984635

The only thing is, is the story(victory) and picture doesn't meld, to me anyway...when looking at the picture first then the story.

Both suns have the same shape(from what I could tell). There are myths about there being 2 sons(suns), but being the same shape maybe that signifies that both the 'horned god'(said god here because he is quite bigger than the rest) and the two people look to the same sun.

Remember moses had horns in some pics. And there is lots of horned deities
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