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Background imageSumer Collection: Neo-Sumerian. Statue of Gudea. Girsu, Iraq. 2120 BC. Cuneifo

Neo-Sumerian. Statue of Gudea. Girsu, Iraq. 2120 BC. Cuneifo
Mesopotamia. Neo-Sumerian. Ruler Gudea of state of Lagash. Diorita statue. From Girsu (modern Telloh). Iraq. 2120 BC. Cuneiform inscription. Detail. Museum of Louvre. Paris. France

Background imageSumer Collection: Maharajah of Jodhpur

Maharajah of Jodhpur
Maharaja Sir Sumer Singh (14 January 1898 ?? 3 October 1918) seen here on horseback in traditional Indian clothing. He was Maharaja of Jodhpur from 20 March 1911 to 3 October 1918

Background imageSumer Collection: Cuneiform tablet depicting beer allocation. 2351-2342 BC. Fr

Cuneiform tablet depicting beer allocation. 2351-2342 BC. From Girsu. Uruinimgina King. British Museum. London

Background imageSumer Collection: Mesopotamia. Commemorative stone stela. Babylonian, about 90

Mesopotamia. Commemorative stone stela. Babylonian, about 900-800 BC. Iraq. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageSumer Collection: Mesopotamia. Early Dynastic Period. Statue of Kurlil. From T

Mesopotamia. Early Dynastic Period. Statue of Kurlil. From T
Mesopotamia. Early Dynastic Period. Statue of Kurlil. Found next to the Temple of Ninhursag in Tell al-Ubaid. Southern Iraq. 2500 BC. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageSumer Collection: Early writing. Pictographs drawn. Clay tablet. Administrativ

Early writing. Pictographs drawn. Clay tablet. Administrativ
Mesopotamia. Early writing. Pictographs drawn. Clay tablet. Administrative text. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageSumer Collection: Mesopotamia. Limestone statue of a woman. Kingdom of Lagash

Mesopotamia. Limestone statue of a woman. Kingdom of Lagash. 2500BC. From Tello (ancient Girsu). Iraq. Probably a votive donation in a temple. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageSumer Collection: Mesopotamia. Terracotta vase. Probably from Umma. Iraq. Earl

Mesopotamia. Terracotta vase. Probably from Umma. Iraq. Early Dynastic Period. 2330 BC. Document referring to a conflict between the city-states of Umma and Lagash in ancient Sumer

Background imageSumer Collection: Mesopotamia. Clay foundation peg. 1st Dynasty of Lagash. 240

Mesopotamia. Clay foundation peg. 1st Dynasty of Lagash. 2400Bc. From Bad-Tibira. Iraq. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageSumer Collection: Mesopotamia. Gypsum statue of a woman. Early Dynatic period

Mesopotamia. Gypsum statue of a woman. Early Dynatic period. 2400-2300 BC. Placed in an temple as an act of decotion. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageSumer Collection: Mesopotamia. Summer. Archaic Dynasty III. King Eannatum of L

Mesopotamia. Summer. Archaic Dynasty III. King Eannatum of Lagash. From Girsu. 2424-2405BC. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageSumer Collection: Sacred Basin. Gudea Period. 2144-2124 BC

Sacred Basin. Gudea Period. 2144-2124 BC
Sacred Basin. Gift of Gudea, governor of Lagash, to the temple of the God Ningirsu. Gudea Period. 2144-2124 BC. Relief depicting winged goddess reaching and holding a round based vessel

Background imageSumer Collection: Mesopotamian Art. Gudea, city ruler of Lagash, Sumer. 2144-2

Mesopotamian Art. Gudea, city ruler of Lagash, Sumer. 2144-2
Mesopotamian Art. Gudea, a ruler (ensi) of the state of Lagash in Southern Mesopotamia who rule ca 2144-2124 BC. Telloh. Sumer. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Denmark

Background imageSumer Collection: Mesopotamian Art. Sumerian ruler. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. De

Mesopotamian Art. Sumerian ruler. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. De
Mesopotamian Art. Sumerian ruler. 3rd Millenium B.C. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageSumer Collection: Mesopotamian art. Sumer. Gudea of A?a?A?a?Lagash (2150-210

Mesopotamian art. Sumer. Gudea of A?a?A?a?Lagash (2150-2100 BC). Sculpture of the neo-Sumerian period, in diorite. Girsu (modern Tello). Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York. United States

Background imageSumer Collection: Archaeological excavations at Kish, Mespotamia, Iraq

Archaeological excavations at Kish, Mespotamia, Iraq
" Visible proof of the flood: the great discoveries at Kish" - a page from the Illustrated London News, featuring an article by Dr

Background imageSumer Collection: The Tomb of Cyrus II the Great, King of Persia

The Tomb of Cyrus II the Great, King of Persia (559-529 BC). His full title was: " King of Kings of Persia, King of Aryavarta, King of Anshan, King of Media, King of Babylon

Background imageSumer Collection: Mesopotamia. City state of Uruk. Stone bull. Late Uruk Perio

Mesopotamia. City state of Uruk. Stone bull. Late Uruk Period. 3300-3000 BC. Probalby from Uruk. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageSumer Collection: Mesopotamia. Early Dynastic Period III. Votive pebble with i

Mesopotamia. Early Dynastic Period III. Votive pebble with inscription. Eanmtum I King. 2424-2405 BC. From Girsu. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageSumer Collection: Mesopotamia. Record of food supplies. Iraq. Late Prehistoric

Mesopotamia. Record of food supplies. Iraq. Late Prehistoric
Early writing. Pictographs drawn. Mesopotamia. Record of food supplies. From Iraq. Late Prehistoric period. About 3000BC. Early administrative text. Cuneiform tablet. British Museum. London. England

Background imageSumer Collection: Mesopotamia. Summer. Archaic Dynasty III. Plaque. From Ur. 2

Mesopotamia. Summer. Archaic Dynasty III. Plaque. From Ur. 2
Mesopotamia. Summer. Archaic Dynasty III. Plaque. From Ur (Iraq). 2500BC. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageSumer Collection: Neo-Sumerian. Statue of Gudea. Girsu (modern Telloh). Iraq

Neo-Sumerian. Statue of Gudea. Girsu (modern Telloh). Iraq
Mesopotamia. Neo-Sumerian. Ruler Gudea of state of Lagash. Diorita statue. From Girsu (modern Telloh). Iraq. 2120 BC. Museum of Louvre. Paris. France

Background imageSumer Collection: SUMER IS ICUMEN IN

SUMER IS ICUMEN IN
Song for four tenor voices, probably written by John of Fornsete, of Reading Abbey, England : the complexity of the writing is remarkable, puzzling music historians. Date: 13th century


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