Sumerian jewellery from one of the famous

Sumerian jewellery from one of the famous 'Death Pits' in the Royal Cemetery of Ur, Iraq, c.2500 BC (gold and lapis lazuli)

(Sumerian jewellery from one of the famous Death Pits in the Royal Cemetery of Ur, Iraq, c.2500 BC (gold and lapis lazuli))

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Sumerian jewellery from one of the famous 'Death Pits' in the Royal Cemetery of Ur, Iraq, c.2500 BC (gold and lapis lazuli) by Sumerian
Undated   ·  gold and lapis lazuli  ·  Picture ID: 144958   ·  Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, UK / bridgemanimages.com
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Sumerian jewellery from one of the famous

Sumerian jewellery from one of the famous 'Death Pits' in the Royal Cemetery of Ur, Iraq, c.2500 BC (gold and lapis lazuli)

(Sumerian jewellery from one of the famous Death Pits in the Royal Cemetery of Ur, Iraq, c.2500 BC (gold and lapis lazuli))

Sumerian

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earring · necklace · bracelet · bead · funerary · tomb · jewelry · AMQ
Sumerian jewellery from one of the famous 'Death Pits' in the Royal Cemetery of Ur, Iraq, c.2500 BC (gold and lapis lazuli) by Sumerian
Undated   ·  gold and lapis lazuli  ·  Picture ID: 144958   ·  Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, UK / bridgemanimages.com
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Sumerischer Schmuck aus einem der berühmten Todesgruben auf dem Königlichen Friedhof von Ur, Irak, c.2500 v. Chr. (Gold und Lapislazuli) (AT) Sumerischer Schmuck aus einem der berühmten Todesgruben auf dem Königlichen Friedhof von Ur, Irak, c.2500 v. Chr. (Gold und Lapislazuli) (DE) Sumerischer Schmuck aus einem der berühmten Todesgruben auf dem Königlichen Friedhof von Ur, Irak, c.2500 v. Chr. (Gold und Lapislazuli) (CH) Sumerian jewellery from one of the famous Death Pits in the Royal Cemetery of Ur, Iraq, c.2500 BC (gold and lapis lazuli) (US)
Gioielli sumeri da uno dei famosi "Death Pits" nel cimitero reale di Ur, Iraq, 2500 aC circa (oro e lapislazzuli) (IT) Bijoux sumériens de l&39;une des fameuses «fosses de la mort» au cimetière royal d&39;Ur, en Irak, vers 2500 av. J.-C. (or et lapis-lazuli) (FR) Soemerische sieraden van een van de beroemde &39;Death Pits&39; op de Royal Cemetery of Ur, Irak, c.2500 voor Christus (goud en lapis lazuli) (NL) Joyas sumerias de uno de los famosos "Fosos de la Muerte" en el Cementerio Real de Ur, Irak, alrededor de 2500 aC (oro y lapislázuli) (ES) Шумерские украшения из одной из знаменитых «Ям смерти» на Королевском кладбище в Уре, Ирак, ок. 2500 г. до н.э. (золото и лазурит) (RU)
उर, इराक के शाही कब्रिस्तान में प्रसिद्ध &39;डेथ पिट्स&39; में से एक से सुमेरियन आभूषण, c.2500 ईसा पूर्व (सोना और लापीस लजुली) (HI) 公元前2500年伊拉克乌尔皇家公墓中着名的“死亡坑”之一的苏美尔珠宝(黄金和青金石) (ZH) Jóias suméria de uma das famosas &39;Death Pits&39; no cemitério real de Ur, Iraque, c.2500 aC (ouro e lápis-lazúli) (PT) イラクのウル王立墓地にある有名な「デスピット」の1つであるシュメールのジュエリー。紀元前2500年頃(金とラピスラズリ) (JP) المجوهرات السومرية من إحدى "حفر الموت" الشهيرة في المقبرة الملكية في أور ، العراق ، سنة 2500 قبل الميلاد (الذهب واللازورد) (AE)

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Sumerischer Schmuck aus einem der berühmten Todesgruben auf dem Königlichen Friedhof von Ur, Irak, c.2500 v. Chr. (Gold und Lapislazuli) (AT) Sumerischer Schmuck aus einem der berühmten Todesgruben auf dem Königlichen Friedhof von Ur, Irak, c.2500 v. Chr. (Gold und Lapislazuli) (DE) Sumerischer Schmuck aus einem der berühmten Todesgruben auf dem Königlichen Friedhof von Ur, Irak, c.2500 v. Chr. (Gold und Lapislazuli) (CH) Sumerian jewellery from one of the famous Death Pits in the Royal Cemetery of Ur, Iraq, c.2500 BC (gold and lapis lazuli) (US) Gioielli sumeri da uno dei famosi "Death Pits" nel cimitero reale di Ur, Iraq, 2500 aC circa (oro e lapislazzuli) (IT) Bijoux sumériens de l&39;une des fameuses «fosses de la mort» au cimetière royal d&39;Ur, en Irak, vers 2500 av. J.-C. (or et lapis-lazuli) (FR) Soemerische sieraden van een van de beroemde &39;Death Pits&39; op de Royal Cemetery of Ur, Irak, c.2500 voor Christus (goud en lapis lazuli) (NL) Joyas sumerias de uno de los famosos "Fosos de la Muerte" en el Cementerio Real de Ur, Irak, alrededor de 2500 aC (oro y lapislázuli) (ES) Шумерские украшения из одной из знаменитых «Ям смерти» на Королевском кладбище в Уре, Ирак, ок. 2500 г. до н.э. (золото и лазурит) (RU) उर, इराक के शाही कब्रिस्तान में प्रसिद्ध &39;डेथ पिट्स&39; में से एक से सुमेरियन आभूषण, c.2500 ईसा पूर्व (सोना और लापीस लजुली) (HI) 公元前2500年伊拉克乌尔皇家公墓中着名的“死亡坑”之一的苏美尔珠宝(黄金和青金石) (ZH) Jóias suméria de uma das famosas &39;Death Pits&39; no cemitério real de Ur, Iraque, c.2500 aC (ouro e lápis-lazúli) (PT) イラクのウル王立墓地にある有名な「デスピット」の1つであるシュメールのジュエリー。紀元前2500年頃(金とラピスラズリ) (JP) المجوهرات السومرية من إحدى "حفر الموت" الشهيرة في المقبرة الملكية في أور ، العراق ، سنة 2500 قبل الميلاد (الذهب واللازورد) (AE)


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