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Legacy of Tiamat Limestone cup from Uruk: Ht 12.7 cm. 3,100-3,000 BCE, Uruk in Southern Iraq (Photo from pg. 53 of D. Collon’s 1995 Ancient Near Eastern Art).

Fragment of a bowl with a frieze of bulls in relief from the late Uruk-Jemdet Nasr period circa 3300-2900 B.C., part of Ancient Near Eastern Art

どうやらこれは、銅のインゴットを買った顧客がその品質の悪さに腹を立て、「粗悪品すぎる。金返せ」。という内容の私信を貿易商に送った時のもの

A Syrian Late Uruk Period Copper Vessel in the Form of a Hedgehog, of Fine Style

A SUMERIAN LIMESTONE BULL CUP - LATE URUK/JEMDET NASR PERIOD, CIRCA 3100-2900 B.C.

Kish (Sumerian: Kiš; transliteration: Kiŝki; cuneiform: ;[1] Akkadian: kiššatu[2]) is modern Tell al-Uhaymir (Babil Governorate, Iraq), and was an ancient city of Sumer. Kish is located some 12 km east of Babylon, and 80 km south of Baghdad (Iraq).

The Standard of Ur is actually a hollow box decorated with mosaics of lapus lazuli red limestone and shell set in bitumen Sumerian 26th century BCE (7) by mharrsch, via Flickr

Painted limestone Dynasty 12, reign of Senwosret I ca. 1961-1917 B.C. From the offering chamber of the pyramid temple of Senwosret I, Lisht

Carved green limestone head of a horned bull, the horns long and curved. Very detailed and attractive. Egypt, 18th Dynasty. 1570-1342 BCE