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GUDEA DE LAGASH. COMENTARIO HISTÓRICO ARTISTICO DE UN PATESI SUMERIO. LA REPRESENTACIÓN DEL SOBERANO MESOPOTÁMICO. CARACTERÍSTICAS ARTÍSTICAS. - HISTORIA Y ARQUEOLOGIA

GUDEA DE LAGASH. COMENTARIO HISTÓRICO ARTISTICO DE UN PATESI SUMERIO. LA REPRESENTACIÓN DEL SOBERANO MESOPOTÁMICO. CARACTERÍSTICAS ARTÍSTICAS. - HISTORIA Y ARQUEOLOGIA

Turan, the Etruscan goddess of love holding a perfume flask, ca.  350-300 BCE

Bronze handle from a ritual patera in the shape of a Lasa divine attendant of Turan the Etruscan goddess of Love holding a perfume flask BCE. The Getty Villa in Malibu, California.

museumofclassicalantiquities:  Limestone statue of Sumerian man  The man posture and position of his hands indicate that he is a pious man. He is a priest or perhaps a god.  Sumerian, 3000 - 2500 BC  Found in the ancient temple of Khafaje, northeast of the modern city Baghdad.  Source: Worcester Art Museum

Limestone statue of Sumerian man He is a priest or perhaps a god. Sumerian, 3000 - 2500 BC Found in the ancient temple of Khafaje, northeast of the modern city Baghdad.

: SUMER SCULPTURE 5TH-2ND MILL.BCE A man with folded hands. Diorite figure from Tello (Lagash), Mesopotamia 34.3 x 16.5 cm AO 22 194 Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Orientales, Paris, France

A man with folded hands. Diorite figure from Tello (Lagash), Mesopotamia // Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Orientales, Paris, France

Estátua de Gudéia, Século XXII a.C., Museu do Louvre, Paris.

Estátua de Gudéia, Século XXII a.C., Museu do Louvre, Paris.

Terracotta statue (end 3rd, beginning 2nd millenium) from Tello, ancient Girsu, Mesopotamia (Iraq) 7.3 x 5 cm AO 16 725    Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Orientales, Paris, France

Sumerian terracotta statue from Girsu, Louvre. Looks a lot like statues from Indus Kush (Harappa ect. Check my Indus Kush Black board for comparison.

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Priest-King or Deity.Hittite,North Syria,early 17th Century BC.The Hittites migrated into Anatolia in the 3rd millennium bc.From about 1600-1200 bc their empire was at its peak. This large basalt sculpture is exceptionally rare in depicting a Hittite god or priest-king wearing a horned conical crown, false beard, and long robe. He holds a bowl in his right hand and once held something in his left, perhaps a staff or sword.

Priest-King or Deity Hittite, North Syria, early Century BC Date: c. 1600 BC Medium: basalt with bone eyes (left, ancient; right, restored) Cleveland Museum of Art

Maya whistle in the form of the moon goddess and her rabbit consort. CE 600–800. Princeton University Art Museum.

centuriespast: “ Whistle in the form of the moon goddess and her rabbit consort A. Late Classic Maya Although they may strike Western eyes as an odd couple, the pairing of a young woman and.

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