worldofmesopotamia: Syrian eye idol, Tell brak region. Eye Goddess. Many hundreds of small figures like these were found at the Syrian “Eye Temple” of Tell Brak, which date from about 3650-3550 BC. This temple was dedicated to the worship of the Goddess Ishtar (Inanna).
A MESOPOTAMIAN GRAY STONE SPECTACLE IDOL SYRIA, CIRCA 3000 B.C. With a pair of large "eyes" formed as two connecting open cylinders atop the rectangular neck and flaring bell-shaped body. Formerly at Christies
MESOPOTAMIAN EYE IDOL STATUE, Alabaster 'Eye Idols' From Tell Brak, north-eastern Syria, about 3500-3300 BC "Tell Brak is the modern name of a huge site in north Mesopotamia, which was clearly one of the most important cities in the region during the late prehistoric period." @Wikipedia.org