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Limited edition White Silk Mix Abaya with French Lace & Pearls

Limited edition White Silk Mix Abaya with French Lace & Pearls Absolutely love love love this abay!

Reconstructed Sumerian Jewellery of Queen Pu-Abi. Mounted on a model are hair ornaments, earrings and necklaces. Jewellery of this kind was worn by many of the women attendants of Queen Pu-Abi. Found in the royal burial pits at Ur excavated by Sir Leonard Woolley. Circa 2600 B.C. Gold, lapis lazuli, carnelian. British Museum, London, England.

Reconstructed Sumerian Jewellery of Queen Pu-Abi. Mounted on a model are hair ornaments, earrings and necklaces. Jewellery of this kind was worn by many of the women attendants of Queen Pu-Abi. Found in the royal burial pits at Ur excavated by Sir Leonard

Sadigh Gallery Bronze Sumerian Statue 48565

STATUE - SUMERIAN-Bronze standing male in a long garment with a twisted design, holding an object in one hand and wearing a cap.

Mesopotamian Stone Spectacle Idol, c. 3000 BCE. The architectonic base of rectangular form with rounded edges, decorated with reed houses with characteristic arching doorways, band of zigzags and chevrons above, the "eyes" on a long conical-shaped neck.

A LARGE MESOPOTAMIAN STONE SPECTACLE IDOL CIRCA 3000 B.C. The architectonic base of rectangular form with rounded edges, decorated with reed houses with characteristic arching doorways, band of zigzags and chevrons above, the "eyes" on a long conical-shap

Photograph of statue of Hatra king holding a smaller statue

The statue of Hatra king holding a smaller statue. Hatra is an ancient city in the Mid-Mesopotamia, also known as al-Hadr. It was in the ancient Persian province of Khvarvaran in Iraq.

Lion with Hittite inscription of King Halparunda III. Basalt (800 BCE, Late Hittite) from Marash, Northern Syria Museum of Oriental Antiquities, Istanbul, Turkey

Lion with Hittite inscription of King Halparunda III. Basalt (800 BCE, Late Hittite) from Marash, Northern Syria Museum of Oriental Antiquities, Istanbul, Turkey

Samarra Iraq - 1 of largest ancient city in the whole world. A dominating, magnificent structure that was once the largest mosque in the Islamic world built by Caliph Al-Mutawakkil in 852 AD using bricks and clay.The Mosque's minaret is the famous Spiral (Al-Malweyya 52 m high on the northern side). Some historians believe that it pre-dates the Mosque and that Caliph Al-Mu'tasim built it.

Samarra Iraq - 1 of largest ancient city in the whole world. A dominating, magnificent structure that was once the largest mosque in the Islamic world built by Caliph Al-Mutawakkil in 852 AD using bricks and clay.The Mosque's minaret is the famous Spiral