Neo-Assyrian Bronze Pazuzu Figurine, c. 800-600 BC The demon Pazuzu represented by this figurine stands like a human but has a scorpion’s body, feathered wings and legs, talons, and a lion-like face on both front and back. In Assyrian and Babylonian mythology Pazuzu, the “king of the evil wind demons,” was not entirely unfriendly to mankind.

Neo-Assyrian Bronze Pazuzu Figurine, c. 800-600 BC The demon Pazuzu represented by this figurine stands like a human but has a scorpion’s body, feathered wings and legs, talons, and a lion-like face on both front and back. In Assyrian and Babylonian mythology Pazuzu, the “king of the evil wind demons,” was not entirely unfriendly to mankind.

A rare Luristan Bronze Socket Macehead, ca. 800 - 700 BC

A rare Luristan Bronze Socket Macehead, ca. 800 - 700 BC

Griego Antiguo, Arte Antiguo, Arqueología, Iran, Armadura, Egipto, Celtic, Armas, Achaemenid

Statuette of Osiris with the name of Padihorpere.  Late Period Dynasty: Dynasty 25–26 , ca. 712–525 B.C. Egypt. Bronze or copper alloy  MET no. 56.16.2

estatuilla de osiris con el nombre de Padihorpere. Late Period Dynasty: Dynasty , ca. B.C. Egypt. Bronze or copper alloy

画像(8/13) 展示作品は全てが国宝!時空を超えて名品が東京国立博物館に集結

Estatuillas, Arquetipos, Altares, Arqueología, Folclore, Dibujos Animados, Cerámico, Jomon Era, Jomon Period

Figurilla de ser reptiliano de Ubaid, 7000 años de antiguedad. Son muchas las figuras de este tipo encontradas en la zona de Mesopotamia  Leer más: http://el-libertario.webnode.es/nuestros-antiguos-instructores/

Figurilla de ser reptiliano de Ubaid, 7000 años de antiguedad. Son muchas las figuras de este tipo encontradas en la zona de Mesopotamia

Fotografías antiguas del Antiguo Egipto.

A Hittite Priest-King (or Deity), around 1600 BC. This large basalt sculpture, with bone eyes, is rare in depicting a Hittite priest-king wearing a horned conical crown, false beard, and long robe. He holds a bowl in his right hand and once held something in his left, perhaps a staff or sword. Anatolia It is now in Cleveland Museum of Art, University Circle, Cleveland, Ohio.

A Hittite Priest-King (or Deity), around 1600 BC. This large basalt sculpture, with bone eyes, is rare in depicting a Hittite priest-king wearing a horned conical crown, false beard, and long robe. He holds a bowl in his right hand and once held something in his left, perhaps a staff or sword. Anatolia It is now in Cleveland Museum of Art, University Circle, Cleveland, Ohio.

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