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Lion Gate at the entrance of Mycenae, with the confronting lionesses posing on both sides of a pillar above the lintel.

Enki  Enki (Sumerian): Ea (Akkadian/Babylonian): El (Canaanite)

Victory Stele of Naram-Sin BC). Six feet in height and was carved in pink limestone. It depicts the King Naram-Sin of Akkad leading the Akkadian army to victory over the mountain people, the Lullubi.

Del tiempo de Asurbanipal

Assyrian - Winged genie with spath-(pollen), and pollen/spath-bucket before a Tree of Life panel-(at other museum), giving its blessing. Relief from the north wall of the Palace of king Sargon II at Dur Sharrukin in Assyria (now Khorsabad in Iraq), BC.

Hittites and the Hittite Empire: Hattusha Lion Gate

Hittites and the Hittite Empire

The Lion Gate at Bogazkoy, Turkey (in the ruins of city of Hattusha); the stone gates to the city would have arched in a parabola, with huge towers on either side. A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Potnia ( identified with the Mistress) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Archaic Greek Lady of Auxerre, a female statuette in the Daedalic style. Limestone with incised decoration, formerly painted, ca. BC, likely made in Crete. Courtesy & currently located at.

The Lions Gate from Mycenae in Argolis, Greece.

Mycenae was a fortified late Bronze Age city located between two hills on the Argolid plain of the Peloponnese, Greece. The acropolis today dates from between.