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Orthostat relief: seated figure holding a lotus flower  Period:     Neo-Hittite Date:     ca. 9th century B.C. Geography:     Syria, .Tell Hallaf Hittite MET..

Orthostat relief: seated figure holding a lotus flower Period: Neo-Hittite Date: ca. 9th century B.C. Geography: Syria, .Tell Hallaf Hittite MET..

Hittite, silver Rhyton, Private collections, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Ekrem Akurgal)   (Erdinç Bakla archive) Detail

Hittite, silver Rhyton, Private collections, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Ekrem Akurgal) (Erdinç Bakla archive) Detail

Egyptian God we

Egyptian God we

Fine art : Neo-hittite Art. Column Base with Double Sphinxes, which once supported the wooden columns of Hilani III, at the Palace of the Aramean King Barrekup.

Fine art : Neo-hittite Art. Column Base with Double Sphinxes, which once supported the wooden columns of Hilani III, at the Palace of the Aramean King Barrekup.

Storm God Haddad  Hittite Storm God has taken the name of Haddad in Aleppo. This basalt relief of Haddad was excavated in Babylon at the Palace museum of Nabuchadnezzar II in 1899. It was probably taken there from Aleppo as a war booty. Relief dates to 9th Century BCE and it is currently in Istanbul Archeology Museum.

Storm God Haddad Hittite Storm God has taken the name of Haddad in Aleppo. This basalt relief of Haddad was excavated in Babylon at the Palace museum of Nabuchadnezzar II in 1899. It was probably taken there from Aleppo as a war booty. Relief dates to 9th Century BCE and it is currently in Istanbul Archeology Museum.

Hittite, silver Rhyton, Private collections, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Ekrem Akurgal)   (Erdinç Bakla archive) Detail

Hittite, silver Rhyton, Private collections, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Ekrem Akurgal) (Erdinç Bakla archive) Detail

Plaster cast of a Neo-Hittite relief; goddess facing right, wearing elaborate headdress, long hair and holding a flower; hieroglyphic Hittite inscription around top; painted black in imitation of original basalt; mounted in wooden frame. Culture/period: Neo-Hittite - 10thC BC (original)

Plaster cast of a Neo-Hittite relief; goddess facing right, wearing elaborate headdress, long hair and holding a flower; hieroglyphic Hittite inscription around top; painted black in imitation of original basalt; mounted in wooden frame. Culture/period: Neo-Hittite - 10thC BC (original)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - Western Iran | Beaker with archer and bull | ca. 10th–9th century B.C. - This 3,000-year-old beaker from Western Iran is on display in our Ancient Near Eastern Art galleries.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - Western Iran | Beaker with archer and bull | ca. 10th–9th century B.C. - This 3,000-year-old beaker from Western Iran is on display in our Ancient Near Eastern Art galleries.

hittites

hittites

Hittites: Chimera - A winged leonine sphinx monstre with human as well as lion head, Mythological scene, The Herald Wall’s reliefs, Carchemish

Hittites: Chimera - A winged leonine sphinx monstre with human as well as lion head, Mythological scene, The Herald Wall’s reliefs, Carchemish

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