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Title Artist Medium & Support Creation Date
Marduk temple. Model.   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous     c. 599 BCE-500 BCE 
Processional way & Ishtar gate. Model.   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous     604 BCE-565 BCE 
Temple of Ishtar. Processional way. Model.   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous     c. 575 BCE 
Side wall. Trees & lions.Ishtar Gate.   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous     c. 575 BCE 
Ishtar Gate, Babylon (restored).   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous     604 BCE-565 BCE 
Ishtar Gate, Babylon: detail of R. flanking tower with motifs of Bulls and Drag   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous     604 BCE-565 BCE 
Ishtar Gate, Babylon: detail, bull figure symbolic of the god Adad.   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous     604 BCE-565 BCE 
Building blocks with genealogy of Nebuchadnezzar II.   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous     c. 600 BCE-550 BCE 
Ishtar gate. Entrance doorway   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous   glazed brick  604 BCE-565 BCE 
Ishtar Gate.Lion.   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous   Glazed brick  c. 600 BCE-575 BCE 
Ishtar Gate.Lion.   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous   Glazed brick  604 BCE-565 BCE 
Ishtar gate. Inscription.   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous   Glazed brick  c. 604 BCE-562 BCE 
Ishtar Gate, Babylon: Processional Way, detail of guardian lions on Left side.   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous   molded and glazed brick  604 BCE-565 BCE 
Ishtar Gate, Babylon: Processional Way, detail of single guardian lion from Lef   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous   molded and glazed brick  604 BCE-565 BCE 
Ishtar Gate, Babylon: Processional Way, detail, head of guardian lion from Left   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous   molded and glazed brick  604 BCE-565 BCE 
Ishtar Gate, Babylon: Processional Way, detail, head of guardian lion from Left   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous   molded and glazed brick  604 BCE-565 BCE 
Ishtar Gate, Babylon: Processional Way, guardian lions on Right side.   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous   molded and glazed brick  604 BCE-565 BCE 
Ishtar Gate, Babylon: Processional Way, detail, head of guardian lion from Left   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous   molded and glazed brick  604 BCE-565 BCE 
Ishtar Gate, Babylon: head of guardian lion, sacred to the goddess Ishtar; deta   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous   Molded and glazed polychrome bricks  604 BCE-565 BCE 
Ishtar Gate, Babylon: bull, sacred to the god Adad.   NEO-BABYLONIAN Anonymous   molded and glazed polychromed bricks  604 BCE-565 BCE 

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