"Plus occidit gula," &c.—Can any of your correspondents direct me where the following passage is to be found?
gula, you say, visited Hermon in his studio, and it may be true.
It was tiffin time, and they were anxious to set before us our lunch of rice curry, gula Malacca, whiskey and soda.
They were the prettiest of all, and gula brought the young girl to me.
gula, the Sum-goddess, does not occupy a very high position among the deities of Assyria.
The ardent warmth with which gula blessed him as the preserver of her child had given him infinite pleasure.
A temple to gula in Sippar was called E-ulla; that is, 'the beautiful house.'
Immeasurably bitter scorn was depicted in Ledscha's features as she gazed after gula.
She wondered why Logotheti and gula were both so much opposed to her dyeing her hair or wearing a wig.
As a substantive deity, distinct from her husband, gula's characteristics are that she presides over life and over fecundity.