İbrahim Demir

İbrahim Demir

İÜ Hukuk Fakültesi ve Gazetecilik Ens, Lozan (isviçre) Hukuk Fakültesi mezunu. Arkeolog (DTCF). TRT Muhabiri ve DPT Uzmanı olarak çalıştı. 18.Dönem Antalya Mv.
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Holy wedding coupling couple. Sumerian, 2nd millenium. Iraq

Holy wedding coupling couple. Sumerian, 2nd millenium. Iraq

Paris, Louvre. Amphora. Croesus (named Kroisos), king of Lydia (c. 560-540), sits, enthroned – garlanded with laurel, holding his sceptre and making a libation from a phiale - on a high pyre stoked by his servant (named Euthymos). A friend of the Greeks, the story goes that when the Persians overthrew him he prepared for death but Apollo saved him. Date: early 5th c. Both scenes involve the east and they were painted while Athens was threatened by invasions from Persians.

Paris, Louvre. Amphora. Croesus (named Kroisos), king of Lydia (c. 560-540), sits, enthroned – garlanded with laurel, holding his sceptre and making a libation from a phiale - on a high pyre stoked by his servant (named Euthymos). A friend of the Greeks, the story goes that when the Persians overthrew him he prepared for death but Apollo saved him. Date: early 5th c. Both scenes involve the east and they were painted while Athens was threatened by invasions from Persians.

Ivory Writing Tablet from Assyria Although almost all of the surviving written sources from ancient Mesopotamia take the form of clay tablets or monumental inscriptions, there is evidence that writing boards were used. References to wooden writing boards (Akkadian le’um) in administrative texts and ivory writing boards such as this one provide clues for the use of media other than clay and stone. Such sources would have long deteriorated. Excavated from the North West Palace at Nimrud, ...

Ivory Writing Tablet from Assyria Although almost all of the surviving written sources from ancient Mesopotamia take the form of clay tablets or monumental inscriptions, there is evidence that writing boards were used. References to wooden writing boards (Akkadian le’um) in administrative texts and ivory writing boards such as this one provide clues for the use of media other than clay and stone. Such sources would have long deteriorated. Excavated from the North West Palace at Nimrud, ...

Records of the Reign of Tukulti-Ninib I, King of Assyria, about B.C. 1275: Edited and Translated from a Memorial Tablet in the British Museum

Records of the Reign of Tukulti-Ninib I, King of Assyria, about B.C. 1275: Edited and Translated from a Memorial Tablet in the British Museum

Pedazo de una pared pintada, encontrada en Kar Tikulti Ninurta, capital asiria c. 1200 a. C. fundada por Tukulti-Ninurta I

Pedazo de una pared pintada, encontrada en Kar Tikulti Ninurta, capital asiria c. 1200 a. C. fundada por Tukulti-Ninurta I

Kar-Tukulti-Ninurta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kar-Tukulti-Ninurta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Wall painting found at Kar Tikulti Ninurta, Assyrian capital founded by Tukulti-Ninurta I. (around 1200 BC)

Wall painting found at Kar Tikulti Ninurta, Assyrian capital founded by Tukulti-Ninurta I. (around 1200 BC)

Tukulti-Ninurta Ier — Wikipédia - Roi d' Assyrie de 1245 à 1208

Tukulti-Ninurta Ier — Wikipédia - Roi d' Assyrie de 1245 à 1208

Kar-Tukulti-Ninurta — Wikipédia

Kar-Tukulti-Ninurta — Wikipédia