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Ancient Near East 9000 -300 BCE Ancient Near East 9000 -300 BCE

Neolithic plastered skull, 7000 B. C. , Jericho Neolithic plastered skull, 7000 B. C. , Jericho

Catal Huyuk, Turkey; city reproduction, 6500 -5500 B. C. Catal Huyuk, Turkey; city reproduction, 6500 -5500 B. C.

Drawing of Volcano over city; Catal Huyuk Drawing of Volcano over city; Catal Huyuk

Burial Mound, from a house in Catal Huyuk Burial Mound, from a house in Catal Huyuk

Anatolian goddess giving birth; Catal Huyuk, 65005700 B. C. , Baked clay (depicted with Anatolian goddess giving birth; Catal Huyuk, 65005700 B. C. , Baked clay (depicted with their divine animal)

Two Leopards, Shrine Vla, Catal Huyuk, 6000 B. C. painted plaster relief Two Leopards, Shrine Vla, Catal Huyuk, 6000 B. C. painted plaster relief

Cone Mosaics; Uruk, 3500 B. C. Cone Mosaics; Uruk, 3500 B. C.

Carved vase; Uruk, 3500 -3000 B. C. , alabaster; abundance of vegetation in the Carved vase; Uruk, 3500 -3000 B. C. , alabaster; abundance of vegetation in the iconography reinforces relationship to festivals of seasonal renewal and rebirth ~ goddess Inanna

Female head, Uruk, 3500 -3000 B. C. , white marble (modern day Warka, Iraq) Female head, Uruk, 3500 -3000 B. C. , white marble (modern day Warka, Iraq) Spoil of war – looted from the Iraq National Museum after the fall of Iraq to the US in April 2003. Returned months later but was badly damaged.

Statues from the Abu Temple at Tell Asmar, 2700 – 2500 B. C. limestone, Statues from the Abu Temple at Tell Asmar, 2700 – 2500 B. C. limestone, alabaster, gypsum Statue of god Abu

The White Temple on its ziggurat, Uruk, 3500 -3000 B. C. stone and polished The White Temple on its ziggurat, Uruk, 3500 -3000 B. C. stone and polished brick, called the white temple b/c of the white paint on the outer walls

1 ramp 2 stairway 3 Cella (main corridor 4 entrance 5 altar 5 1 1 ramp 2 stairway 3 Cella (main corridor 4 entrance 5 altar 5 1 3 4 2

Cylinder seal and impression; glyptic (greek- carved) art, intaglio printing; three pigtailed ladies and Cylinder seal and impression; glyptic (greek- carved) art, intaglio printing; three pigtailed ladies and double handled vessels, 33003100 B. C. , rock crystal

Cylinder Seal and its Modern Impression, Tomb of Queen Puabi, Ur, 2600 -2500 BCE, Cylinder Seal and its Modern Impression, Tomb of Queen Puabi, Ur, 2600 -2500 BCE, Lapis Lazuli

Cuneiform, cuneus – wedge, think of “cone”; Semitic language Cuneiform, cuneus – wedge, think of “cone”; Semitic language

Head of an Akkadian ruler (Sargon I? ); Nineveh; 2300 B. C. , bronze Head of an Akkadian ruler (Sargon I? ); Nineveh; 2300 B. C. , bronze

Bull head lyre/sound box, Ur, 2685 B. C. Bull head lyre/sound box, Ur, 2685 B. C.

Standard of Ur from the Royal Tombs at Ur. (modern Tell el-Muqayyar, Iraq) Sumerian. Standard of Ur from the Royal Tombs at Ur. (modern Tell el-Muqayyar, Iraq) Sumerian. C. 2600 -2400 BCE wood inlaid with shell, lapis lazuli, and red limestone video

Victory stele of Naram-Sin; Susa, 2254 -2218 B. C. , pink sandstone Victory stele of Naram-Sin; Susa, 2254 -2218 B. C. , pink sandstone

Nanna ziggurat, Ur, 2100 - 2050 B. C. Nanna ziggurat, Ur, 2100 - 2050 B. C.

Gudea with a temple plan and Head of Gudea; Lagash, 2100 B. C. Gudea with a temple plan and Head of Gudea; Lagash, 2100 B. C.

Stele inscribed with the law code of Hammurabi, Susa, 1792 -1750 B. C. Basalt Stele inscribed with the law code of Hammurabi, Susa, 1792 -1750 B. C. Basalt Hammurabi stands before the Akkadian sun god Shamash who is enthroned on a symbolic mountain

Lion gate (Royal gate), Hattusas, Turkey, 1400 B. C. , stone Lion gate (Royal gate), Hattusas, Turkey, 1400 B. C. , stone

Hittite warrior god, from the King’s gate, Hattusas, 1400 B. C. Hittite warrior god, from the King’s gate, Hattusas, 1400 B. C.

King Assurnasirpal II hunting lions, Nimrud, 883 -859 B. C. , Alabaster relief King Assurnasirpal II hunting lions, Nimrud, 883 -859 B. C. , Alabaster relief

Lion Hunt of Ashurbanipal: bodyguards protect the king from a charging lion at the Lion Hunt of Ashurbanipal: bodyguards protect the king from a charging lion at the rear of the royal chariot

Lion Hunt of Ashurbanipal: wounded lion vomiting blood, detail of relief from North Palace Lion Hunt of Ashurbanipal: wounded lion vomiting blood, detail of relief from North Palace at Nineveh

Lion Hunt of Ashurbanipal: wounded lioness Lion Hunt of Ashurbanipal: wounded lioness

Plan of Sargon II’s palace VI. Royal Apartments VII. Throne Room VIII. Ambassador’s Courtyard Plan of Sargon II’s palace VI. Royal Apartments VII. Throne Room VIII. Ambassador’s Courtyard XV. Center Courtyard XXIV. Ziggurat

Lamassu, from the gateway, Sargon II’s palace at Dur Sharrukin, 720 B. C, Limestone Lamassu, from the gateway, Sargon II’s palace at Dur Sharrukin, 720 B. C, Limestone

Ishtar Gate from Babylon, 575 B. C. , Glazed brick Ishtar Gate from Babylon, 575 B. C. , Glazed brick

Knelling Bull, Proto-Elamite, 3100 -2999 B. C. silver Has no “Provenience” Knelling Bull, Proto-Elamite, 3100 -2999 B. C. silver Has no “Provenience”

Apadana (Audience Hall) of Darius and stairway, Persepolis, 500 B. C. , decorated with Apadana (Audience Hall) of Darius and stairway, Persepolis, 500 B. C. , decorated with one hundred 40 foot columns, originally painted, the shafts show influence of other cultures, Greek and Egyptian but bull capitals are unique to Persia.

Apadana, detail, Royal Guards, 500 B. C. Apadana, detail, Royal Guards, 500 B. C.

Bull Capital, Perspolis Bull Capital, Perspolis

Achaemenid drinking vessel, Persian, 5 th century B. C. , gold Achaemenid drinking vessel, Persian, 5 th century B. C. , gold