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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.

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]

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

UR / Neo-Sumerian, Period: Ur III

UR / Neo-Sumerian, Period: Ur III

Dur-Sharrukin: Assyrian about 710-705 BCE, Royal Palace

Dur-Sharrukin: Assyrian about 710-705 BCE, Royal Palace

Molded plaque with a king or god carrying a mace [Southern Mesopotamia] (32.39.2) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art 2000-1000 BC Mesopotamia,old unglazed ceramic

Molded plaque with a king or god carrying a mace [Southern Mesopotamia] (32.39.2) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art 2000-1000 BC Mesopotamia,old unglazed ceramic

Head of King Gudea, Lagash ruler. Neo-Sumerian ca. 2090 B.C. Mesopotamia, probably from Girsu (modern Tello)

Head of King Gudea, Lagash ruler. Neo-Sumerian ca. 2090 B.C. Mesopotamia, probably from Girsu (modern Tello)

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.

Ivory horse blinker ornament from Nimrud with carved decoration showing a winged human headed lion wearing an elaborate collar. 8th – 7th century BC. Phoenician style © The Trustees of the British Museum

Ivory horse blinker ornament from Nimrud with carved decoration showing a winged human headed lion wearing an elaborate collar. 8th – 7th century BC. Phoenician style © The Trustees of the British Museum

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

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

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