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2000 BCE. Cupholder, Rampant Rams in gold, silver and bronze. Larsa, south of the great city-state of Uruk in Mesopotamia. Louvre

Cupholder, Rampant Rams in gold, silver and bronze / Larsa, south of Uruk, Mesopotamia / 2000 BCE / Louvre

Assyrian Genii:

An Eagle-Man Soldier associated with Anunnaki-Sumerian Goddess Ninharsag. ~ Note the comments/pictures by previous pinner aren't mine but shared for your consideration.

close up mesopotamian relief tassel - Google Search

close up mesopotamian relief tassel - Google Search

ashmolean nimrud - Google Search

ashmolean nimrud - Google Search

Alabaster wall panel; relief; from left to right a Lahmu, Ugallu or great lion and the house god; the Lahmu has hair in elaborate ringlets and tasselled kilt; he balances a spear on the ground and the sheath of his dagger is carved with an animal's head

from left to right a Lahmu, Ugallu or great lion and the house god; the Lahmu has hair in elaborate ringlets and tasselled kilt; he balances a spear on the ground and the sheath of his dagger is carved with an animal's head

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Stone relief from the North-West Palace of Ashurnasirpal II - Nimrud (ancient Kalhu), northern Iraq, Neo-Assyrian, BC. The figure of a man with wings may be the supernatural creature called an apkallu in cuneiform texts.

nimrud treasure - Google Search

This proves that the "Evil Eye" started from Mesopotamia (Iraq). Assyrian Gold diadem from Nimrud circa BC. A mesh diadem with tigereye agate, lapis lazuli, and a fringe of tiny gold pomegranates. The Iraq Museum - Baghdad

2000 BCE. Cupholder, Rampant Rams in gold, silver and bronze. Larsa, south of Uruk Mesopotamia.  Louvre - France

Cupholder, Rampant Rams in gold, silver and bronze / Larsa, south of Uruk, Mesopotamia / 2000 BCE / Louvre

SMB-digital | Glocke für magische Zwecke

SMB-digital | Glocke für magische Zwecke

Vorderasiatisches Museum: Image gallery

Vorderasiatisches Museum: Image gallery