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sumerské artefakty Celý jeden jedenáctiletý cyklus Slunce pokládali buď za šťastný či nešťastný.

sumerské artefakty Celý jeden jedenáctiletý cyklus Slunce pokládali buď za šťastný či nešťastný.

Furniture Support, ca. 1800–1700 B.C. Old Assyrian Trading Colony. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of George D. Pratt, 1932 (32.161.46) | The body of the sphinx is leonine in form, and its spiral locks derive from those of the Egyptian goddess Hathor. The appearance of Egyptian features and motifs in the arts of Anatolia is evidence of cultural interaction in the early second millennium B.C. #OneMetManyWorlds

Furniture Support, ca. 1800–1700 B.C. Old Assyrian Trading Colony. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of George D. Pratt, 1932 (32.161.46) | The body of the sphinx is leonine in form, and its spiral locks derive from those of the Egyptian goddess Hathor. The appearance of Egyptian features and motifs in the arts of Anatolia is evidence of cultural interaction in the early second millennium B.C. #OneMetManyWorlds

Head of a ruler, ca. 2300–2000 b.c. Iran or Mesopotamia, Arsenical copper, Met…

Head of a ruler, ca. 2300–2000 b.c. Iran or Mesopotamia, Arsenical copper, Met…

Sennacherib, Nineveh

Sennacherib, Nineveh

Standing male worshiper, ca. 2900–2600 B.C., Sumerian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Standing male worshiper, ca. 2900–2600 B.C., Sumerian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Black Obelisk, detail Detail of the Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III at the Assyrian capital Kalhu. Nimrud northern Iraq, about 827 BC.

Black Obelisk, detail Detail of the Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III at the Assyrian capital Kalhu. Nimrud northern Iraq, about 827 BC.

Sumerian Male Votive StatueSümer mitolojisi'ne göre Eridu, daha sonra Akadlar tarafından Ea adıyla bilinecek olan Sümer kralı Enki tarafından inşa edilmiştir.

Sumerian Male Votive StatueSümer mitolojisi'ne göre Eridu, daha sonra Akadlar tarafından Ea adıyla bilinecek olan Sümer kralı Enki tarafından inşa edilmiştir.

Fragment of a painted clay statue of a seated unidentified god wearing a headdress characteristic of a Mesopotamian deity. Found in Ur, Iraq, about 2000-1750 BCE

Fragment of a painted clay statue of a seated unidentified god wearing a headdress characteristic of a Mesopotamian deity. Found in Ur, Iraq, about 2000-1750 BCE

ca. 3000 BCE. Impression of a male figure, hunting dogs, and boars made from a clay cuneiform tablet/stamp. The tablet recorded administrative accounting data from the earliest Sumerian City-States -likely the first- known as Uruk. [Iraq]

ca. 3000 BCE. Impression of a male figure, hunting dogs, and boars made from a clay cuneiform tablet/stamp. The tablet recorded administrative accounting data from the earliest Sumerian City-States -likely the first- known as Uruk. [Iraq]

A Sumerian Copper Figure of a Deity, Uruk IV ca 3300-3100 BC Metropolitan Museum

A Sumerian Copper Figure of a Deity, Uruk IV ca 3300-3100 BC Metropolitan Museum

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