Lion from the Ishtar gate, Babylon (glazed bricks) by Babylonian

Lion from the Ishtar gate, Babylon (glazed bricks)

(Löwe vom Ischtar-Tor, Babylon (glasierte Ziegel))


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Undated   ·  glazed bricks  ·  Picture ID: 230064

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Lion from the Ishtar gate, Babylon (glazed bricks) by Babylonian
wild · animal · mesopotamian · brick · Archaeological Museum, Istanbul, Turkey / bridgemanimages.com
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08.01.2021
Roland S.
Art Print on Canvas Matte, 119cm x 73cm.
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Bull, from Babylon (glazed bricks) Mask of the demon Huwawa, from Sippar, southern Iraq, c.1800-1600 BC (clay) Lion from the Ishtar gate, Babylon (glazed bricks) Tablet with cuneiform inscription and the seal of King Mursil II (1339-1306 BC) (clay) Clay brick inscribed with the name of king Nebuchadnezzar II, King of Babylon, c.604-561 BC (clay) Relief depicting a Babylonian deity (clay) Lion representing Ishtar, from Babylon, 625-539 BC (enamelled bricks) Cylinder seal and impression, possibly Babylonian c.18th century BC (carved stone and plaster) Tablet with cuneiform script, c.1830-1530 BC (clay) Panel with striding lion, c.600-575 BC (glazed ceramic) Lion Relief from the Processional Way in Babylon, c.605-562 BC (glazed brick) A god holding a lion-headed sceptre in each hand, possibly Nergal, Old Babylonian from Kish, 3rd millennium BC (pottery) Destruction of Nineveh tablet, Babylonian Chronicles, 615-609 BC (clay) The Processional Way of Babylon erigee under the rule of Nebuchadnezzar II (605-562 BC): detail of the Ishtar Gate depicting a Mosaic lion of bricks. Babylon - Archeological Museum Istanbul Unknown picture
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