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Stone foundation tablet with an inscription of Gudea, 2136-2121 BC, Lagash II, Mesopotamia Walters museum

Stone foundation tablet with an inscription of Gudea, BC, Lagash II, Mesopotamia Walters museum

ca. 1683-47 BCE. Carved Map of canals and irrigation system west of the Euphrates River with captions in cuneiform, Babylonian.

ca BC, Map of canals & irrigation system W of the Euphrates River w/captions in cuneiform, Babylonian

2150-2137 BCE. Sumerian Ur-Bau Foundation Tablet. The cuneiform script records the order of King Ur-Baba of Lagash to rebuild the temple of its main god, Ningirsu and states that he built temples in important cities to demonstrate his political influence and power. Ur-Baba was the predecessor of the famous King Gudea. Lagash II

The cuneiform script records the order of King Ur-Baba of Lagash to rebuild the temple of its main deity, Ningirsu.Ur-Baba was the predecessor of the famous King BC (Lagash II) x cm) .The Walters Art Museum

Cone of Enmetena, king of Lagash  “The text recounts the history of the borders drawn between the Sumerian states of Lagash and Umma (Lower Mesopotamia). The archivist of Enmetena (2404-2375 BC), prince of Lagash, relates the history of the contention from its beginning at the time when Mesalim, king of Kish, ruled over all Sumeria. The people of Umma did not keep the alliance treaty. Enmetena settled the difference and rebuilt the ditch.”

Cone of Enmetena, king of Lagash “The text recounts the history of the borders drawn between the Sumerian states of Lagash and Umma (Lower Mesopotamia). The archivist of Enmetena BC),.

Ancient Egyptian Art on Egyptian Papyrus. Unique Handmade Art For Sale at arkangallery.com | Title: “Ankh” (Key of Life or The Key of The Nile) | Size: 12" x 16" | www.arkangallery.com

Ankh | Ancient Egyptian Papyrus Painting

군인용품 :: 다나와 DPG

Pretty cool quick visual reference: History of war uniforms in one image, - also look at the weapons- 500 yrs to develop a gun & then they just become more powerful with each passing century.

Ivory Chairback Panel with a Warrior Holding Lotuses in the Metropolitan Museum of

Mesopotamia: Ivory Chairback Panel with a Warrior Holding Lotuses in the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Sumerian steatite cuneiform tablet, reign of King Shulgi of Ur, circa 2094-2047 B.C. Rectangular in form, one side flat and one convex, with nine lines of Sumerian cuneiform recording the dedication of a temple to the gods Shullat and Hanish by King Shulgi, 7,9 cm long Private collection, from Christie's auction

Sumerian steatite cuneiform tablet, reign of King Shulgi of Ur, circa

early sumerian pictographic tablet 3100 BCE Clay Tablet  Carved using a wedged stylus Sumeria

early sumerian pictographic tablet 3100 BCE Clay Tablet Carved using a wedged stylus Sumeria T-Sumerian Pictographic Tablet A-Prehistoric people or scribes BCE M-Clay T-Engraving U-Record Keeping

Assur Relieft 10th-6th BCE Tower with defenders. Assyrians attack the Jewish fortified town of Lachish (battle 701 BCE). Part of a relief from the palace of Sennacherib at Niniveh, Mesopotamia (Iraq)

Relief BC, Tower with defenders - Assyrians attack the Jewish fortified town of Lachish (battle ~ 701 BC); part of a relief from the palace of Sennacherib at Niniveh, Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq).

Kudurru - stèle du roi Meli-Shipak 1er - (règne de 1186 à 1172 avant JC) - il présente sa fille à la Déesse Nannaya - le louvre Paris

Kudurru (stele) of King Melishipak I, ca BC: the king pre-sents his daughter to the goddess Nannaya: the crescent moon repre-sents the god Sin: the sun/ Sha-mash: the star the goddess Ishtar. Kassite period, taken to Susa in the c. BC as spoils of war

Seated statue of Gudea, 2150–2100 B.C. Neo-Sumerian period, southern Mesopotamia. Diorite. MESOPOTAMIA GREAT MINDS http://www.tanvirhusain.com/mesopotamia-great-minds.html

Seated statue of Gudea, BC; Neo-Sumerian period Probably Tello (ancient Girsu), southern Mesopotamia Diorite

Relief panel  Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca. 883–859 B.C. Geography: Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu) Culture: Assyrian Medium: Gypsum alabaster

Relief panel Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca. I love the watch on his arm.

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