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Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt

Depiction of the Araratian god Khaldi. Erebouni Fortress Museum: Yerevan, Armenia

Depiction of the Araratian god Khaldi. Erebouni Fortress Museum: Yerevan, Armenia

Neo-Assyrian ca. 883–859 BCE Mesopotamia, Nimrud: Assyrian  Gypsum alabaster RELIEF: 64 5/8 x 50 1/2 x 3 in.

Neo-Assyrian ca. 883–859 BCE Mesopotamia, Nimrud: Assyrian Gypsum alabaster RELIEF: 64 5/8 x 50 1/2 x 3 in.

Hunting Scene.    Assyrian about 710-705 BCE, From Khorsabad, Royal Palace.

Hunting Scene. Assyrian about 710-705 BCE, From Khorsabad, Royal Palace.

human headed winged bull from Khorsabad, Mesopotamia (16 feet tall!), that once stood in the throneroom of the palace of the Assyrian King Sargon II.

human headed winged bull from Khorsabad, Mesopotamia (16 feet tall!), that once stood in the throneroom of the palace of the Assyrian King Sargon II.

Rabbit - Hunting Scene.  Assyrian about 710-705 BC, From Khorsabad, Royal Palace.

Rabbit - Hunting Scene. Assyrian about 710-705 BC, From Khorsabad, Royal Palace.

Detal of a relief showing  the head a  winged genius Neo -Assyrian,from  the Northwest of King Ashurnasirpal II (883-859  BC) at Kalhu  (Nimrud)Assyria,present day,Iraq The carving once decorated a  reception  room in  the Royal Palace built by Ashurnasirpal  II in his new capital city  on the banks of the Tigris river.

Detal of a relief showing the head a winged genius Neo -Assyrian,from the Northwest of King Ashurnasirpal II (883-859 BC) at Kalhu (Nimrud)Assyria,present day,Iraq The carving once decorated a reception room in the Royal Palace built by Ashurnasirpal II in his new capital city on the banks of the Tigris river.

The Royal Lion Hunt.  Assyrian about 645-635 BC, From Nineveh, North Palace  .

The Royal Lion Hunt. Assyrian about 645-635 BC, From Nineveh, North Palace .

hanging gardens of babylon

hanging gardens of babylon

Assyrian Staues in Museums: Ashurbanipal,Assyrian King 669-694 BCE

Assyrian Staues in Museums: Ashurbanipal,Assyrian King 669-694 BCE