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Lioness, c. 2100 BC Sumerian, Iraq, c. 2100 BC

Lioness Sumerian, Iraq, c. 2100 BC Date: c. 2100 BC Medium: copper alloy, lost-wax cast [The Cleveland Museum of Art]

"Foundation Nail" of Gudea, c. 2100 BCE. Neo-Sumerian, Iraq, probably Lagash. Cleveland Museum of Art.

"Foundation Nail" of Gudea, c. Neo-Sumerian, Iraq, probably Lagash. Cleveland Museum of Art.

Sumerian Artifacts

Sumerian Artifacts of

A SUMERIAN GREEN STEATITE AMULET -  JEMDET NASR PERIOD, CIRCA 3100-2900 B.C.

Bull Amulet Sumerian / Mesopotamian, BC, Christie’s Auctions.

A Sumerian Copper Figure of a Deity, Uruk IV ca 3300-3100 BC Metropolitan Museum

Goat beard & Santa Claus / Sumerian Copper Figure of a Deity, Uruk IV, circa BCE

The Eastern Mediterranean and Syria, 8000–2000 B.C. Foundation peg in the shape of the forepart of a lion

The Eastern Mediterranean and Syria, 8000–2000 B.C.

Foundation peg in the form of the forepart of a lion Period:Early Bronze Age Date:ca. Geography:Syria, probably from Tell Mozan (ancient Urkesh) Culture:Hurrian Medium:Copper alloy Dimensions:H.

Copper Bull’s Head with Lapis Lazuli Eyes. Sumerian. 27th c. B.C.

ALL MESOPOTAMIA: Photo: Sumerian copper bearded bull's head, inlaid eyes of lapis lazuli and shell

2600-2350 BCE. Horned Women; carved alabaster Vessel. about 5" deep. Sumerian, Mesopotamia; Early Dynastic lll

Vessel with heads of horned female deities -- Period: Early Dynastic III Date: ca. Geography: Mesopotamia Culture: Sumerian Medium: Gypsum alabaster Dimensions: H. x 8 x cm) Classification: Stone-Vessels-Inscribed

Bull Procession Cup  Sumerian, 3100-2900 BC  The Cleveland Museum of Art

Bull Procession Cup Sumerian, BC The Cleveland Museum of Art

Images of Sumerian life bull  statuette

Description: Sumerian statuette of a bull with silver inlay. Date: Location: Louvre Museum

LATE URUK PERIOD, CIRCA MID 3RD MILLENNIUM B.C.

Uruk, Sumerian Copper Alloy Lion, ca 2700 BC

Vessel Stand  Sumerian, 2600-2350 BC  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Vessel stand with ibex support Period: Early Dynastic III Date: ca. Geography: Mesopotamia Culture: Sumerian Medium: Copper alloy, inlaid with shell and lapis lazuli Dimensions: H. x x cm) Classification: Metalwork-Sculpture

Amulet Seal in the Form of a Bull, c. 3250 BC Pre-Sumerian, Iraq, C. 3250 BC  limestone with black stone inlaid eyes

Amulet Seal in the Form of a Bull Pre-Sumerian, Iraq, c. 3250 BC Limestone with black stone inlaid eyes and two running animals incised on the inside, Overall: x x cm Source: Cleveland Museum of Art

A Sumerian sculpture housed in the British Museum. The statue is that of a ram with glorious curved horns. The Sumerians used the ram as a symbol of their culture.

A Sumerian sculpture housed in the British Museum. The statue is that of a ram with glorious curved horns. The Sumerians used the ram as a symbol of their .

Statue de Gudea, roi de Lagash (le cou a été restauré) - vers 2120 avant JC - British Museum Londres

Sumerian statue of Gudea. The neck is restored The British Museum - London

A SUMERIAN COPPER PROTOME - EARLY DYNASTIC III, CIRCA 2550-2250 B.C. | Christie's

A SUMERIAN COPPER PROTOME - EARLY DYNASTIC III, CIRCA 2550-2250 B.C. | Christie's

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