Ancient Near East

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Ancient Near East
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2010-08-16 23:54:42
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Art history of the ancient near east
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    • Human Headed Winged Lion (Lamassu)
    • Assyria (Iraq)
    • Alabaster
    • 883-859 BCE
    • Walls and Tower of Jericho
    • Jericho
    • mud brick, rubble, stone
    • c. 8000-7000 BCE
    • Reconstruction Drawing of Chatal Huyuk
    • Anatolia (Turkey)
    • c 6500-5500 BCE
    • Human Figure
    • Ain Ghazal, Jordan
    • Fired lime plaster with cowrie shell, bitumen, and paint
    • c. 7000-6000 BCE
    • Warka Head
    • Uruk (Warka, Iraq)
    • Marble
    • c. 3300-3000
    • White Temple
    • Uruk (Warka, Iraq)
    • c 3300-3000 BCE
    • Uruk Vase
    • Uruk (Warka, Iraq)
    • Alabaster
    • c. 3300-3000 BCE
    • Votive Figures
    • Square Temple, Eshnunna (Tell Asmar, Iraq)
    • Limestone, alabaster, and gypsum
    • c. 2900-2600 BCE
    • Nanna Ziggurat
    • Ur (Muqaiyir, Iraq)
    • c. 2100-2050 BCE
    • The Great Lyre with Bull's Head
    • Ur (Muqaiyir, Iraq)
    • Wood with gold, silver, lapis lazuli, bitumen and shell
    • c 2550-2400
    • Cylinder Seal and Impression
    • Ur (Muqaiyir, Iraq)
    • Lapis lazuli
    • c. 2550-2400 BCE
    • Head of a Man
    • Nineveh (Kuyunjik, Iraq
    • Copper alloy
    • c. 2300-2200 BCE
    • Stele of Naram-Sin
    • Sippar
    • Limestone
    • c. 2220-2184
    • Stele of Hammurabi
    • Susa (Shush, Iran)
    • Diorite
    • c. 1792-1750 BCE
    • Lion Gate
    • Hattusha (Boghazkoy, Turkey)
    • Limestone
    • c. 1400 BCE
    • Assurbanipal and his Queen in the Garden
    • The Palace at Nineveh (Kuyunjik, Iraq)
    • Alabaster
    • c. 647 BCE
    • Ishtar Gate
    • Babylon (Iraq)
    • Glazed brick
    • c. 575 BCE
    • Persepolis
    • Iran
    • c. 518-460 BCE
    • Apadana of Darius and Xerxes
    • Persepolis, Iran
    • c. 518-460 BCE
    • Daric
    • Persia
    • gold
    • 4th century BCE

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