Akkad: Sandstone Victory Stele of Naram Sin (Sargon's grandson) king of Akkad, shows him protected by the luminaries of heaven & about to dispatch the last of his enemies, ca 2250 BC. Brought from Sippar to Susa in the c. Restored in 1992 AD.
massarrah: “ An Old Akkadian Bronze Axe This bronze head of an axe of unknown provenience from the Old Akkadian period possibly bears the name of the weapon’s owner. The cuneiform inscription reads, “Išme-kīn”. Old Akkadian, c.
Black-and-white photograph of a statue consisting of an inscribed, round pedestal on top of which sits a seated, nude, male figure of which only the legs and lower torso are preserved, Akkadian Empire.
The oldest known dictionary is on a series of cuneiform tablets from the Akkadian Empire with bilingual word lists in Sumerian and Akkadian. It was discovered in Ebla in modern Syria and dates from the early millennium BC.