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Statue of a Parthian Hatra king holding a votive figure. Hatra was an ancient city in the Ninawa Governorate and al-Jazira region of Iraq, near Mosul. It was known as al-Hadr, a name which appears once in ancient inscriptions, and it was in the ancient Persian province of Khvarvaran. It was built circa 3rd-2nd centuries BCE and flourished 1st to 2nd centuries CE under the Parthians. Many artifacts and much of the remains of the city destroyed by ISIL

The statue of Hatra king holding a smaller statue. Hatra is an ancient city in the Mid-Mesopotamia, also known as al-Hadr. It was in the ancient Persian province of Khvarvaran in Iraq.

Detalle del relieve de Gilgamesh en el palacio de Jorsabad, VIII aC

Gilgamesh, also known as Bilgames in early Sumerian texts, was the fifth king of Uruk.

Sadigh Gallery Bronze Sumerian Statue 48565

STATUE - SUMERIAN-Bronze standing male in a long garment with a twisted design, holding an object in one hand and wearing a cap.

The Nephilim Chronicles: Fallen Angels in the Ohio Valley: Ancient Assyrian Figure Found in Oregon

The Nephilim Chronicles ~ Giants in the Ohio Valley: Ancient Assyrian Figure Found in Oregon

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The Dead Sea Scrolls mention King Gilgamesh of Uruk as one of the mighty Nephilim giants. Hero mastering a lion. Relief from the façade of the throne room, Palace of Sargon II at Khorsabad (Dur Sharrukin), BCE.

تندیس سر اسب  Sassanid Horse's Head  Material:Gilded Silver  Louvre Museum  Paris,France

Sassanid Horse Head made of Silver and Gold found in Kerman now in Louvre Museum. It is a luxurious piece of Iranshahr craftsmanship of the .

The Achaemenid Empire gold cup.The Achaemenid empire, the first of the Persian empires to rule over significant portions of Greater Iran, was wiped out by Alexander the Great in 330 BC.

The Achaemenid Empire gold cup.The Achaemenid empire, the first of the Persian empires to rule over significant portions of Greater Iran, was wiped out by Alexander the Great in 330 BC. 23 mai “ leurs mugs avaient de la gueule. en or SVP"

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