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GUDEA DE LAGASH. COMENTARIO HISTÓRICO ARTISTICO DE UN PATESI SUMERIO. LA REPRESENTACIÓN DEL SOBERANO MESOPOTÁMICO. CARACTERÍSTICAS ARTÍSTICAS. - HISTORIA Y ARQUEOLOGIA

GUDEA DE LAGASH. COMENTARIO HISTÓRICO ARTISTICO DE UN PATESI SUMERIO. LA REPRESENTACIÓN DEL SOBERANO MESOPOTÁMICO. CARACTERÍSTICAS ARTÍSTICAS. - HISTORIA Y ARQUEOLOGIA

: SUMER SCULPTURE 5TH-2ND MILL.BCE A man with folded hands. Diorite figure from Tello (Lagash), Mesopotamia 34.3 x 16.5 cm AO 22 194 Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Orientales, Paris, France

A man with folded hands. Diorite figure from Tello (Lagash), Mesopotamia // Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Orientales, Paris, France

Terracotta statue (end 3rd, beginning 2nd millenium) from Tello, ancient Girsu, Mesopotamia (Iraq) 7.3 x 5 cm AO 16 725    Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Orientales, Paris, France

Sumerian terracotta statue from Girsu, Louvre. Looks a lot like statues from Indus Kush (Harappa ect. Check my Indus Kush Black board for comparison.

Armored Guardian (Wushiyong) Tang Dynasty #China late 7th-early 8th century CE #Earthenware with polychrome and gilding #kiss4emm

Armored Guardian (Wushiyong) Tang Dynasty China late century CE Earthenware with polychrome and gilding. Compare facial features to those of ancient Olmec

Seated statue of Gudea [Probably Tello (ancient Girsu), southern Mesopotamia] (59.2) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Seated statue of Gudea, b. Neo–Sumerian period Probably Tello (ancient Girsu), southern Mesopotamia Diorite;

Reina Teye, esposa de Amenofis II y madre de Akhenaton.

Reina Teye, esposa de Amenofis II y madre de Akhenaton.

Sculpture of a Priest King, ca. 2500 BC, from the Pakistan National Museum, Karachi

So-called "Priest King" statue, Mohenjo-Daro, late Mature Harappan period. The statue is cm high and carved from steatite a. It is on display in the National Museum, Karachi, Pakistan.

Detailed sculpture dating to the ancient Nok culture. The Nok culture existed over 2,000 years ago in the land that would later be called Nigeria. This culture was known for magnificent terracotta sculptures and the development of iron working.

Detailed sculpture dating to the ancient Nok culture. The Nok culture existed over years ago in the land that would later be called Nigeria. This culture was known for magnificent terracotta sculptures and the development of iron working.

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