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In Sumerian/Uruk mythology, Gilgamesh is a superhuman strength who built the

Statuette d'homme barbu, peut-être le roi-prêtre. Art mésopotamien

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Relief plaque depicting Nergal, god of the netherworld, ca. 1800-1600 B.C.

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This balanced combination of stems and foliage is a symbol of fertility and abundance given by the gods around which the kings and gods stand (so-called a ' ...

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Gold, and science, and a flourishing of culture, became the hallmarks of Persia, in the aftermath of this great triumph over weak Babylonia.

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6 Terracotta figurine of embracing couple (BM Sp. III 21+ = 91789), Height: 11 cm, Babylon (Photograph © The Trustees of the British Museum).

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Founding Figures: Copper Sculpture from Ancient Mesopotamia, ca. 3300–2000 B.C.

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Unknown artist - Marble head from Uruk, Iraq (3500-3000 BC).

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Osman's raiders and pillagers frequently harassed the mountainfolk of Uruk, as Osman was angry that many of those eking out existence in the ...

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rebellion at Uruk; the army of Cyrus invaded Babylon from the north Persian

Cylinder-Seal ol Khashkhamer, Patesi of Ishkun-Sin (in North Babylonia), and vassal of Ur-Engur, King of Ur. (c. 2400 B.C.) (British Museum)

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The three types of apkallū are portrayed, with the human ummânū at far left,

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The Temple of Mut at Jebel Barkal. , carved partly into the rock base of

The City of Ur, Iraq Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Civilizations, Cradle Of Civilization,

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Statue of Heracles in Behistun Persian Ruins, Iran (450 bC aprox) Ancient Myths

Wayne Herschel - Author - The Hidden Records - discovered 35 ancient star map cases around the world showing human origins from one of three sun stars near ...

Earthlings paved Uruk with “limestone blocks brought from mountains fifty miles to the East.” They erected a thick, 6 mile long wall around Uruk's living ...

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Ancient Sumerian depiction of Dagon, the merman god.

A bejeweled girl acrobat balancing on the point of a dagger. c. 1840.

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Perched on a nearby rooftop, you see her, the Skullgirl, and more importantly you see it, the Skull Heart, floating in the back, kept in what remains of her ...

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Artist Benedetta Bonichi creates a variety of X-ray art, combining human and animal bodies, glassware, and jewelry to form unique images. If you don' t think ...

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Angkor Wat dinosaur, enclosed in the megalithic vestiges of Ankor Wat of Cambodia.

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In 600 BC, the flames of revolution took the Persian Despotate asunder. The fort-cities behind the Mountains of Babel, seeing their food stores shrink ...

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Commemorative stone stele, from Babylon, southern Iraq, 900-800 BCE. From

Sexual intercourse between a woman and a man on a terra cotta plaque from Mesopotamia,

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Relief plaque depicting Nergal, god of the netherworld, ca. 1800-1600 B.C.

Head of a lion temple guardian from Babylon

Gold, and science, and a flourishing of culture, became the hallmarks of Persia, in the aftermath of this great triumph over weak Babylonia.

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During the Old Babylonian period, scribal schools reached their zenith, training their students, probably sons of the wealthy and influential, ...

The march to Babylonia's final vestige was long and arduous, and it was here that the barbarian nature of the Turkic people revealed itself; ...

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Cylinder-Seal ol Khashkhamer, Patesi of Ishkun-Sin (in North Babylonia), and vassal of Ur-Engur, King of Ur. (c. 2400 B.C.) (British Museum)

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Frontispiece El Hammam (the Bath)

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Cuneiform inscription. I have always loved cuneiform. I don't know why.

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Babylon, Iraq Babylon was an Akkadian city-state (founded in 1867 BC by an Amorite dynasty) of ancient Mesopotamia, the remains of which are found in ...

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Map of the Sumerian city state Uruk and the land around Uruk, now a barren desert, was irrigated and cultivated during Sumerian times

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Angkor Wat dinosaur, enclosed in the megalithic vestiges of Ankor Wat of Cambodia.

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The Mesopotamian Netherworld through the Archaeology of Grave Goods and Textual Sources in the Early Dynastic III Period to the

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Bull headed lyre from the tomb of Puabi, Royal Cemetery, Ur. c. 2600 BCE Gold leaf and lapis lazuli over a wooden core

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THE SACRIFICING OF LIVING INFANTS TO THE GOD MOLOCH. “

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The Babylon of the Apocalypse is generally believed to symbolize or be a mystic designation of Rome.

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"Cylinder Seal with King or God and Vanquished Lion" (Old Akkadian).

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White and cream calcite (marble) cylinder seal From Uruk, southern Iraq About BC One of the tools of a Mesopotamian bureaucrat

Dagger (khanjar) of Emperor Aurangzeb (reigned 1658–1707) and sheath

Female amuletic Idol. Most probably shell. Mesopotamia, Early Dynastic Period, 3rd millenium

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La période d'Uruk est un stade de développement protohistorique de la Mésopotamie, qui

Lamassu: it is a protective deity that is a human head on the body of

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