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Golden Griffin Cup at Marlik

Supporting image for the Golden goblet cup in Marlik. This is a Golden Cup Excavated at Marlik with two lines of Griffin on its top band.Producted in the first…

Lamassu with Marduk in Nimroud

The supporting image for the Lamassu in Metropolitan Musenm in New York. It’s the Portal Guardian of Nimroud an ancient Assyrian city, colleted in British Museum. It also…

the Gold bowl of Marlick

The Gold Bowl of Marlick This goblet was found at Marlick in the Valley of Gohor Rud (Crystal River) in Iran. This item and many others excavated from…

Lamassu and Marduk

A statue of Lamassu from Mesopotamian Mithology. The “king of Assyria”,lime stone, alabaster. The figure is about 42 ft high. The statue from the British Museum is part…

Marduk Snake-Dragon

Supporting Image of representations of Marduk. Snake-Dragon at the Detroit Institute of Arts. This is a glazed brick relief from the city of Babylon itself from the Neo…

Goblet from Marlik

A very common thing found in tombs from the Marlik culture were the polished vases and goblets of precious metals like gold and silver depending on the status…

gold bowl od marlick

fine workmanship, the bulls and palm tree are done in repousse with a guilloche pattern on the rim

Egyptian Hierogliphics

This image is an example of egyptian hierogliphics. A codified language by logographics and alphabetic elements, figurative and symbolic. The images were plasmated in a pigmented white wall….

Ram God

Ram God sculpture in soft stone wearing a headers and pectoral plate. The body is facing forward and the head is facing to the future.

The Ram Ancient Egypt

In Ancient Egypt animals were shown as manifestations of gods. The Ram was considered a temple animal even though for other cultures sheeps would not be consider as…

Egyptian hypogeum wall with hieroglyphics

This picture taken from an hypogeuum in Egypt shows a colorful wall with hieroglyphics and narrative images from a religious passage. In ancient Egypt the walls would be…

Basic Egyptian Alphabet

This are some of the common symbols used in the walls and papyrus from Ancient Egypt and their translation to English alphabet by their sound.

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