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Denario - argento - Roma (58 a.C.) - Dromedario vs.dx. e il re nabateo Aretas che offre il ramo di ulivo - Münzkabinett  Berlin

Denario - argento - Roma (58 a.C.) - Dromedario vs.dx. e il re nabateo Aretas che offre il ramo di ulivo - Münzkabinett Berlin

museumofclassicalantiquities: Limestone statue of Sumerian man The man posture and position of his hands indicate that he is a pious man. He is a priest or perhaps a god. Sumerian, 3000 - 2500 BC Found in the ancient temple of Khafaje, northeast of the modern city Baghdad. Source: Worcester Art Museum

Limestone statue of Sumerian man The man posture and position of his hands indicate that he is a pious man. He is a priest or perhaps a god. Sumerian, 3000 - 2500 BC Found in the ancient temple of.

Fine Sovereign - The fine sovereign was a large, high quality gold coin of 240 grains and was so named because the gold sovereign of 1550 represented a return to the original "fine gold" standard of pre-1544 (before the debasement antics of Henry VIII). The fine sovereigns were minted at 23 carats and 3.5 grains of gold to 0.5 grain of alloy [3] - a purity of 191/192 or .9947917 (i.e. 995).

Fine Sovereign - The fine sovereign was a large, high quality gold coin of 240 grains and was so named because the gold sovereign of 1550 represented a return to the original "fine gold" standard of (before the debasement antics of Henry VIII).

Blue-eyed Sumerian figurines--The Sumerians are the oldest civilizations know to man.

Blue-eyed Sumerian figurines--The Sumerians are the oldest civilizations know to man. Exactly as described by the Colonel in Anthony Sanchez' extremely significant book, "UFO Highway".

Statue of Prince Gudea, Neo Sumerian Period, C. 2130 b. c.

Gudea of Lagash, ruled 2124 BC. He probably did not come from the city, but had married Ninalla, daughter of the ruler Urbaba of Lagash, thus gaining entrance to the royal house of Lagash. He was succeeded by his son Ur-Ningirsu.

Among the earliest written documents from Mesopotamia are records of land sales or grants, often carved in stone with associated images, perhaps for public display. The Sumerian inscription on this stele records a transaction involving three fields, three houses, and some livestock. Ushumgal, a priest of the god Shara, and his daughter are the central figures of the transaction, but because of the archaic script, it is not clear whether Ushumgal is buying, selling, or granting these…

Stele of Ushumgal [MetMuseum] Period: Early Dynastic I Date: B. Geography: Mesopotamia, probably from Umma (modern Jokha) Culture: Sumerian Medium: Gypsum alabaster Classification: Stone-Reliefs-Inscribed

Chlorite Lock Weight - Origin: Near East Circa: 3000 BC to 2000 BC Collection: Near Eastern Art Medium: Chlorite

Chlorite Lock Weight - Origin: Near East Circa: 3000 BC to 2000 BC Collection: Near Eastern Art Medium: Chlorite

Ashurbanipal- BLK. king of Assyria<---

Ashurbanipal- king of Assyria. Under his rule the Assyrian Empire reached its zenith.