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Building of the temple at Uruk.
Copper lion heads.
Head and bust.
Gold Helmet of Meskalamdug.
Model of Sumerian city.
Ur. Model of city.
Tablet & envelope.
Temple of Inanna.Mosaic fragment.
Temple of Ninhursay (mother goddess).Inlaid column.
Temple of Ninhursay (mother goddess).Bull.
Seal with cattle.
Seal and impression.
Seal. Hero protects flocks.
Wall plaque. Imdugud attacks human-headed bull.
Gilgamesh kills heavenly bull.
King & Queen Giving Offerings.
Standard of Ur. Scenes of war.
Standard of Ur. Peace.
Standard of Ur. Detail of end. Man & ram.
The Ram in a Thicket.
Queen's harp. Detail. Bull's head.
Shell-shaped cosmetic box containing blue eye makeup.
Shrine. Imdugud with stags.
Temple of Ninhursag (mother goddess). Panel with bulls.
King Warad-Sin of Larsa carrying a basket of earth for Ishtar.
God fixing nail for foundation of Ur-Ba'a.
Bull on foundation stone. Dedicated to Goddess Nansha by Shalgi.
Pazuzu. Demon king of evil wind.
Ex voto. Goddess of beasts with bird feet.
Ex voto. Goddess with thin devotees (ascetics?).
Tree of life with goats.
Ex voto of bull men.
Temple of Inish. Uruk. Goddess and bull men protecting tree of life.
Relief of couple making love.
Temple of Sin. Banquet plaque.
Temple I. Votive statues.
Temple I. Votive statue of priest.
Temple I. Female votive figure.
Temple of Ishtar. Head of woman.
Ram with tree of life.
Necklace with leaves.
Dagger handle with granulation.
Bull's head from a harp sound box.
Mythological Animals from the sound box of the Bull Lyre from Ur.
Weights & measures.
Tablet with inscriptions & geometric shape.
Procession of musicians. Bismaisa vase.
Model of livers used for divination.
Necklace with Beads and Cows.
Ground Figure for Temple of Eninnu.
Foundation figure of King Ur-Namme.
Figure of a Bull.
Diadem and gold rondelles.
Board Game with Counters.
Ostrich egg with inlay.
Victory Stela of Earinatum. King of Lagash.
Boat with Rudder.
Round Seals from Uruk and Modern Impressions.
Columns from Palace of Gudea of Lagash.
Ur of Chaldees. View from the Ziggarut.
City of Ur. Town plan.
Man with a Sheep.
Vessel with a Temple.
Large Cult Vase: Procession.
Large Cult Vase: Offering to Goddess.
Dairy scene. Copy.
Chariot pulled by donkey.
Gold Dagger and Sheath. Electrum Copy.
Tablet of Ur-Nammu (Temple of Innana at Uruk) and Tablet of Shulgi (Temple of Di
The Ram in a Thicket. Side view.
Votive tablet of Urnanshe, ruler of Lagash, and his children.
Votive tablet, libation scene with a vegetation goddess.
Plano-convex brick with cuneiform inscription; from the reign of Eanatum, King
Harpist; fragment from a terracotta plaque relating to an epic of Isin-Larsa.
Woman playing a stringed instrument; fragment from a terracotta plaque relating
Royal Standard of Ur (probably soundboard from a musical instrument): chariots
Royal Standard of Ur (probably soundboard from a musical instrument): celebrato
Royal Standard of Ur (probably soundboard from a musical instrument): captured(
Ebih-II, Superintendant from Temple of Ishtar.
L.. Cylinder seal. Ishtar & Shamash R. Temple of Innana.
L. Astarte R. Ishtar.
Statuettes of Worshippers.
Ram in a Thicket.
Tablet with Food Rations.
Archaic Contract on Sale of Lamb.
Cylinder Seal with Monsters.
Fragment of a Sculpted Vase with Cows and a Stable.
King of Lagash. Stele of the Victory of Eannatum.
Stele of the Victory of Ennatum. Detail: the God Ningirsu with his Mace.
Frieze from a Mosaic Panel; Reconstructed as a Scene of Victory.
Bowl decorated with two Lions.
Relief with Scene of a Banquet and a Ship.
Gold Pendant with Hero Mastering Two Bulls.
Vessel with female breasts on the handle.
Male & female figurines.
Head of Gudea. Lord of Lagash (replica). Side View.
Head of Gudea. Lord of Lagash (replica). Front View.
Cuneiform Tablet (replica).
Libation Vessel with Head of a divine Bull-Man (replica).
Libation Vessel of Gudea (replica).
Slab with text, animals and plants.
Drawing of a Sumerian temple interior.
Priest in relief.
Standing figure with hands in prayer.
Standing figure with hands in prayer. Detail of head.
Vessel with eagle and snake.
Seal with impression.
Plaque with figures.
Lion heads from the Throne of Akurgal, King of Lagash.
Pivot stone of Door of Sumerian Temple.
Large Cult Vase: Offerings.
Vase fragment. Bovides in a stable constructed of reeds.
Cylinder seal: Sheep around a stable.
Cylinder seal: Potters working and Spider.
Libation to Goddess of Vegetation.
Foundation Stone of Eanatum.
Votive relief of Ur-Nanshe, King of Lagash.
Man with feathered headdress at the door of temple.
Giant copper lance inscribed "Lugal King of Kish."
Victory of Eannatunmm King of Lagash (Stele il Vautours.)
Inscribed cone of Ura-Ka-gina listing reforms the prince made against abuses of 'olden days."
Victory of Eannatunmm King of Lagash (Stele il Vautours.). Detail.
Vase dedicated by Entemena, King of Lagash, (to the God Ningersu.
Murex shell ladle.
Ebih-II, Superintendant from Temple of Ishtar. Side view.
Ebih-II, Superintendant from Temple of Ishtar. Detail.
Mari. Temple of Ishtar. Mosaic panel: possibly victory scene.
Bowl with two lions.
Votive relief of Dudu, priest of Nigeru & Fime of Entemenh, prince of Lagash.
anqueting scene and boat with three sailors.
Head of a woman.
Ram in the reeds.
Bull man and two bulls.
Cylinder seal with cult scene.
Ur III Pottery.
Tablets Recording the Dimensions of a Field, Offering Grass for Sale, Various Commodoties and the Receipt for a Dead Cow.
The Kibigia Account of Aha-saga. Amar-Suena, King of Ur.
Plaque Showing Fishing and Banqueting.
Ancient Mold and Modern Impression: Wild Goats.
Seals: Lion Headm Antelope and Branch; Lion Head Drill Hole Tecnique.
Stamp Seals:Two Ibexes and Animals with Scorpion.
Seals: Three Cattle with Vessels and Horned Animals with Stars Overhead.
Standing Bearded Worshippers.
Standing Bearded Worshipper.
Female Worshipper Torso with Tufted Dress and Braided Hair.
Female Worshipper with Tufted Dress.
Female Worshipper with Plain Dress.
Female Head with Braided Hairstyle.
Supports in the Form of Nude Male Worshippers.
Kneelig Nude Male Holdig Vase on Head.
Cup with Nude Hero, Bulls and Lions.
Cosmetic Containers. Temple of Inanna.
Tell Asmar.Northern Palace and Shu-Sin Temple.
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