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Cabeza tallada en bronce de Sargón  el grande (c. 2334 a 2215 a.C.), rey de asiria y conocido también como Sharru-Kin.

Part I: Sargon!

Who Was Sargon the Great of Akkad ?: A King of Akkad - Bronze Head of an Akkadian King

Naram-Sin (2254 - 2218 BC) The Akkadian period; the fourth Akkadian king; the city of Akkad was the capital. He expanded the kingdom, from the Mediterranean Sea to the Persian Gulf, from the Taurus and Amanus mountain ranges to the initial heights of the Zagreb mountains.

Naram-Sin - 2218 BC) - the fourth Akkadian king; the city of Akkad was the capital. He expanded the kingdom, from the Mediterranean Sea to the Persian Gulf, from the Taurus and Amanus mountain ranges to the initial heights of the Zagreb mountains.

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I have traveled to many places and learned much about symbols and since I was a child, I've LOVEEDDDD symbolic languages. These resonate with me so strong; simple yet hold deep meaning and ancient memories.

ancient-mesopotamia:  Molded plaque: bearded underworld god, Old Babylonian, ca 2000-1600 BC, Mesopotamia. Picture: MMA, NY

Molded plaque: bearded underworld god Period:Old Babylonian Date:ca. Geography:Mesopotamia Culture:Babylonian Medium:Ceramic x in.

' Statue of Ebish-Il, intendant. Gypsum and lapis, Archaic Dynasties (ca. 2400 BC), temple of Ishtar in Mari. '''Location:''' Louvre, Department of Oriental Antiquities

Statue of Ebih-Il, ruler of Mari. Found in the Temple of Ishtar. Archaic dynasties (c. 2400 B.

Enkidu and Gilgamesh...look closely at Enkidu - he's a faun, perhaps the ancient god Pan? In my studies of world cultures, I've found a representative of Pan in each and every culture around the world, even India.  What does it mean?  Pan was the god of nature...a great protector.

Fate/zero - archer -GILGAMESH Sumerian heroes Enkidu and Gilgamesh; the future Heracles/Hercle/Hercules

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