Sinem Ergun

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Cylinder seal

Cylinder seal

Gilgamesh and Enkidu slaying the bull of heaven

enkidu gilgamesh - Résultats Yahoo France de la recherche d'images~Gilgamesh's friend, the wild man Enkidu also appears on many images .

Sumerian Cylinder Seal (from Crystalinks)

Deities, humans, animals, plants, and religious iconography all appear on these artifacts. Other designs found on Sumerian cylinder seals may include geometric designs and inscriptions in cuneiform script.

CYLINDER SEALS - Used as a means of stamping and identifying documents... Simply roll the seal out on clay and get the image!  These seals are just a couple of inches long.  Ancient Near East

Ancient Civilizations of the Fertile Crescent: CYLINDER SEALS - Used as a means of stamping and identifying documents. Simply roll the seal out on clay and get the image! These seals are just a couple of inches long. Ancient Near East

Urartian Art 01.Van Gölü'nün 8 Km doğusunda Van Kalesi-Tuşpa yakınlarında Rusahinili (Toprak-Kale)'de yapılan kazılarda ele geçirilen Urartu krallarına ait taht ve kalkan örnekleri- Muhtemelen şu anda parçalanmış olan yüzlerinin vaktiyle değerli taşlarla kaplandığı izlenimini yaratan ve yanlarında altın kaplama izleri bulunan Kanatlı bir Urartu tanrısı, Hermitage Müzesi, Sankt Petersburg.

Mysterious Lost Kingdom Of Urartu And Its Enigmatic History - Winged sphinx without a face, bronze parts of one throne, Hermitage Museum, Russia

Urartian Silver Pectoral with Repousse Decoration. Silver, 8th-7th century B.C.E.

Absolutely beautiful silver piece worn by high ranking official In Eastern Turkey century BC "Urartian Silver Pectoral with Repousse Decoration"

Picture & image of a Neo-Hittite orthostat showing a releif sculpture of the Goddess Kubaba from Karkamis - Turkey.  3 In her right hand she is holding a pomegranate. | © Paul E Williams 2013

Picture & image of a Neo-Hittite (circa 1100 BCE) orthostat showing a releif sculpture of the Goddess Kubaba from Karkamis - Turkey. 3 In her right hand she is holding a pomegranate.