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Flashcards in Mesopotamian Art Deck (26):
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Protoliterate Period

3500-3000 BC

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"White Temple" on Ziggurat at Uruk

Protoliterate Period (3500-3000 BC)

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Female Head (Inanna?)

From Uruk

Protoliterate Period (3500-3000 BC)

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Warka (Alabaster) Vase

from Uruk

Protoliterate Period (3500-3000 BC)

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Early Dynastic Period

3000-2340 BC

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Statuettes from Abu Temple

Eshnunna

Early Dynastic Period (3000-2340 BC)

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Stele of Vultures/Victory
Stele of Eannatum

Early Dynastic Period (3000-2340 BC)

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Harp and detail

From royal cemetary in Ur

Early Dynastic Period (3000-2340 BC)

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Standard of Ur

Early Dynastic Period (3000-2340 BC)

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Akkadian Period

2340-2180 BC

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Stele of King Naram-Sin

Akkadian Period (2340-2180 BC)

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Head of Akkadian Ruler

Akkadian Period (2340-2180 BC)

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Neo-Sumer and Babylon

2125-1750 BC

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Statues of Gudea

Neo-Sumer and Babylon (2125-1750 BC)

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Stele with Code of Hammurabi

Neo-Sumer and Babylon (2125-1750 BC)

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Ziggurat at Ur

Neo-Sumer and Babylon (2125-1750 BC)

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Assyrian Period

1000-612 BC

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Citadel of Sargon II

Assyrian Period (1000-612 BC)

 

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Lamassu at Citadel of Sargon II

Assyrian Period (1000-612 BC)

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Assyrian Archers Pursuing Enemies

From Palace of King Ashurnasipal II

Assyrian Period (1000-612 BC)

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Ashurbanipal Hunting Lions

From Palace of King Ashurbanipal

Assyrian Period (1000-612)

Evokes emotion in dying lions (portrayal of empathy)

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Glazed Brick from Palace of King Ashurnasipal II

Assyrian Period (1000-612)

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Neo-Babylonian Period

605-559 BC

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Ishtar Gate at Babylon

Neo-Babylonian Period (605-559 BC)

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Persia

536-331 BC

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Palace of Darius and Xerxes, Persepolis

Persia (536-331 BC)