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Egyptianized Near Eastern Hematite Cylinder Seal, Syria, 1820-1730 BCIn the area that corresponds roughly with the boundaries of modern Syria and Lebanon, there arose in the first half of the second millennium BC many centers of culture that maintained contact with lands both to the east and the west. The seals produced in this region—in a number of local styles—often bear imagery and stylistic features that relate them to Egyptian and Aegean art.The main scene on this cylinder seal depicts…

Egyptianized Near Eastern Hematite Cylinder Seal, Syria, BCIn the area that corresponds roughly with the boundaries of modern Syria and Lebanon, there arose in the first half of the second millennium BC many centers of culture that.

Altar de Tukulti-Ninurta I, 1246-1209 a. C. Período Neo-Asirio.

The Pedestal of Tukulti-Ninurta I Artifact: Stone monument Provenience: Assur Period: Middle Assyrian period (ca.

Head of a Votive Statue Sumerian Early dynastic II Period  ancient Mesopotamia Walters Art Museum

Head of a Votive Statue Sumerian Early dynastic II Period ancient Mesopotamia Walters Art Museum

Image of 3 Soldiers Neo-Hittite orthostat from Karkamis, | Photos Gallery

Picture of Neo-Hittite orthostat with releif sculpture of 3 soldiers from the legend of Gilgamesh from Karkamis,, Turkey. Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara.

Tyrehoved rhyton fra Kato Zakro, fundet ødelagt i i ruinerne af vest vinge hallen, 2. Palatial periode - minoisk

Minoan Bull's Head Rhyton, ca. 1450 B. from the Little Palace of Knossos, Crete, Greece. The palace of Knossos was undoubtedly the ceremonial and political centre of the Minoan civilization and culture.

Hititte,The excavation Kültepe (Tahsin Özgüç) (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Hititte,The excavation Kültepe (Tahsin Özgüç) (Erdinç Bakla archive)

The Mystery Of Acambaro | Earth Chronicles News

In the first half of the last century goes Julsrud, German merchant, famous for the fact that for nearly two decades was found in Mexico near Acambaro strange

Relief: Assyrian soldier conducting captives across the water | Assyrian | Neo-Assyrian | The Met

Relief fragment: Assyrian soldier conducting captives across the water Period:Neo-Assyrian Date:ca. Geography:Mesopotamia, Nineveh Culture:Assyrian Medium:Gypsum alabaster x 18 in., x cm) 48 lbs

A Sumerian Wall Plaque Showing Libation Scenes

by the waters of babylon essay Mesopotamian Religion - Ancient History Encyclopedia

COMPOSITE HEAD OF A WORSHIPER OR DEITY  Sumerian, 2550-2250 BC Alabaster, lapis lazuli, and brown limestone

Composite Head of a Worshiper or Deity SUMERIAN, BCE. Alabaster, lapis lazuli, and brown limestone.