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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).

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).

Ubaid period, prehistoric Sumeria 4,000 BCE

Ubaid period, prehistoric Sumeria 4,000 BCE

Image of the Sumerian god Enki, with characteristic symbols: bird, goat and water flows

Image of the Sumerian god Enki, with characteristic symbols: bird, goat and water flows

Photograph of Mesopotamian  sin datos

Photograph of Mesopotamian sin datos

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

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

Mount for Spear Shaft, ca. 400 CE. Provincial Roman; Found in Vermand, France. Silver, gilt inlaid with niello.

Mount for Spear Shaft, ca. 400 CE. Provincial Roman; Found in Vermand, France. Silver, gilt inlaid with niello.

Bas relief of Anzud attacking a man-headed bull. For more information on Imdugud/Anzud, see Beijing World Art Museum for an article by Richar Zettler

Bas relief of Anzud attacking a man-headed bull. For more information on Imdugud/Anzud, see Beijing World Art Museum for an article by Richar Zettler

Etruscan Gold Book:   This is believed to be the oldest complete multiple page book found in the world.  It is made of six plates of gold, each 5 x 4.5 cm, and bound with two rings.  It dates to 600 BC.

Etruscan Gold Book: This is believed to be the oldest complete multiple page book found in the world. It is made of six plates of gold, each 5 x 4.5 cm, and bound with two rings. It dates to 600 BC.

The fleur-de-lis has origins that go back much further than even the Khazarian empire - all the way to ancient Egypt and Babylon:   The ancient Egyptians revered the iris for its exotic beauty. When 15th century BCE paraoh Thutmose III of Egypt conquered Syria, where irises grew profusely, he vowed to bring back the iris to Egypt. Depictions of the flower have been found in many Egyptian palaces, including on the Sphinx, at the Temple of Amon in Karnak, The anci...

The fleur-de-lis has origins that go back much further than even the Khazarian empire - all the way to ancient Egypt and Babylon: The ancient Egyptians revered the iris for its exotic beauty. When 15th century BCE paraoh Thutmose III of Egypt conquered Syria, where irises grew profusely, he vowed to bring back the iris to Egypt. Depictions of the flower have been found in many Egyptian palaces, including on the Sphinx, at the Temple of Amon in Karnak, The anci...

∆ .. Ur-Nammu stele. Sumerian holy city Ur, hometown of the Patriarch Abraham was first settled from around 5000 BC. Ur flourished again in the time of the Third Dynasty of Ur in the 21st century BC which saw the final flowering of Sumerian achievement. The founder of this dynasty Ur-Nammu built a great Ziggurat

∆ .. Ur-Nammu stele. Sumerian holy city Ur, hometown of the Patriarch Abraham was first settled from around 5000 BC. Ur flourished again in the time of the Third Dynasty of Ur in the 21st century BC which saw the final flowering of Sumerian achievement. The founder of this dynasty Ur-Nammu built a great Ziggurat

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