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Kudurru fragment with a scene of worship Kassite Period, attributed to the reign of Meli-Shipak II (1186-1172 BC) - Susa. | Louvre Museum

Kudurru fragment with a scene of worship Kassite Period, attributed to the reign of Meli-Shipak II BC) - Susa.

Cachet zoomorphe en marbre blanc découvert à Tello (l'antique Girsu), Musée du Louvre.

Zoomorphic seal - White marble - found in Telloh (ancient city of Girsu) - Uruk Period BC).

Griffin's head     ☆☆     Susa     ☆☆         {Louvre Museum}

Griffin's head ☆☆ Susa ☆☆ {Louvre Museum}

The Goddess Ninsum, mother of Gilgamesh. Seated steatite figure, bas-relief (2150 BCE) from Tello (Lagash), Mesopotamia Black steatite, Louvre Museum

The Goddess Ninsum, mother of Gilgamesh. Seated steatite figure, bas-relief BCE) from Tello (Lagash), Mesopotamia Black steatite, Louvre Museum

Stele de la musique - the music-stele. Limestone, from Tello, period of king Gudea, 2120 BCE  Sumer 3rd-2nd MILL BCE Louvre Museum

SUMER / Stele de la musique - the music-stele. Limestone, from Tello, period of king Gudea, 2120 BCE Sumer MILL BCE Louvre Museum

Calculation of the surface area of a terrain at Umma, Mesopotamia (Iraq). Clay tablet. Sumerian, 2100 BCE.  Location: Louvre, (Museum), Paris, France

Calculation of the surface area of a terrain at Umma, Mesopotamia (Iraq) on a clay tablet. Sumerian, c.

Sumer: Standing Nude Priest / King of Uruk 3,500 BC. / The original Black civilization of Iraq

Sumer: Standing Nude Priest / King of Uruk BC. / The original Black civilization of Iraq

Handelskrieg: Terrakotta-Relief mit der Darstellung Gilgameschs und seines Freundes Enkidu im Kampf mit Humbaba, um 1700 vor Christus Pergamon Museum Berlin

Another depiction of Humbaba and Gilgamesh fighting. Again, this story is similar to that of Perseus and Medusa because a hero must defeat a hideous creature by cutting off its head.

1g - wall relief artefact of the goddess Lama in Susa, this could possibly be Ninlil, the spouse to Enlil, I'm not sure, artefacts were destroyed by Radical Islam, foolishly thinking they can hide & destroy knowledge of the alien gods, evidence that directly contradicts the power-brokers of Islam, fearing their loss of credibility

Elam: Moulded clay brick panel showing an Elamite goddess. Wall ornament of the Temple of Inshushinak at Susa 2000 BCE.

Assyrian Stone Sculpture of a Standing King -  Origin: Mesopotamia Circa: 900 BC to 600 BC Dimensions: 9.5 (24.1cm) high x 2.25 (5.7cm) wide Collection: Near Eastern Medium: Stone

Assyrian Stone Sculpture of a Standing King - Origin: Mesopotamia Circa: 900 BC to 600 BC Dimensions: high x wide Collection: Near Eastern Medium: Stone

Alabaster stele of Ushamga l, Sumerian, early dynastic, 2900-2700 BCE. Found (probably) in Umma, Sumer

Stele of Ushumgal [MetMuseum] Period: Early Dynastic I Date: B. Geography: Mesopotamia, probably from Umma (modern Jokha) Culture: Sumerian Medium: Gypsum alabaster Classification: Stone-Reliefs-Inscribed

Ancient dictionary from Warka, Uruk, thought to be one of the first. Dates to the middle of 1st millenium BC, and is currently located at the Louvre, France.

ancientart: “Ancient dictionary from Warka, Uruk, thought to be one of the first. Dates to the middle of millenium BC, and is currently located at the Louvre, France.

Clou en cuivre commémorant la fondation d'un Temple par Gudea, roi de Lagash - Cleveland Museum of Art - Cleveland

Foundation Nail of Gudea king of lagash, copper,about 2100 BC, Neo-Sumerian…

Standing male worshiper Metropolitan Museum  Period:     Early Dynastic IIIb Date:     ca. 2500–2350 B.C. Geography:     Mesopotamia Culture:     Sumerian Medium:     Copper alloy

Standing male worshiper Period: Early Dynastic IIIb Date: ca. Geography: Mesopotamia Culture: Sumerian Medium: Copper alloy Dimensions: H. x cm) Classification: Metalwork-Sculpture-Inscribed

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