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In Babylonia, in place of the bas-relief, there was greater use of three-dimensional figures—the earliest examples being the Statues of Gudea, that are realistic if somewhat clumsy.-Statues of Gudea

Statue of "EN" Gudea, Lagash ruler. Sumerian ca. 2090 B.C.Girsu The Sumerian inscription on his robe

Standing female figure with clasped hands, Early Dynastic IIIA, ca. 2600–2500 B.C. Cities of Ur and Lagash in Mesopotamia

Statue of Gudea, c. 2143-2142 BC Neo-Sumerian, Iraq, Girsu, 2143-2124 BC dolerite

This is a statue in the Louvre Museum (AO 4351). It's described simply as "a man with a shaven head”. It was found in the Sumerian city of Girsu, the holy city of the kingdom of Lagash,home of the E- ninnu,the Temple of the war god Ningirsu.The statue is dated in the period of Gudea,ca 2100 BCE

Female bone figurine wearing necklace, Predynastic, Naqada II, CIA 3500–3300 BC Egypt

Painted unbaked clay statue of a god, Old Babylonian, 1800-1750 BCE, from a shrine at Ur

Standing male worshipper, 2750–2600 BCE. Early Dynastic period II; Sumerian style Excavated at Tell Asmar (ancient Eshnunna), central Mesopotamia Alabaster (gypsum), shell, black limestone, Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Syrian stone spectacle idol, circa. 4th millennium b.c.