The Kudurru of Gula is a boundary stone kudurru dedicted to the Babylonian goddess of healing Gula, the most popular anthropomorfic deity on Middle Babylonian kudurru. It dates to Kassite period of Babylonia ca 1300 BC. Currently stele is housed at Louvre.
- Tallay Ornan, The Triumph of the Symbol: Pictorial Representation of Deities in Mesopotamia and the Biblical Image Ban, Fribourg, Saint-Paul, 2005, pp. 25 ff, 130ff