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Enkidu and Gilgamesh. Characters out of the earliest Mesopotamian creation story cycle called the Enuma Elish. - Gilgamesh (meaning "the old man is now a young man") is perhaps the greatest hero in ancient Near Eastern literature. The story of this hero is based on a legendary king of the same name who ruled the Mesopotamian city of Uruk sometime between 2700 and 2600 b.c.e.
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This image of Gilgamesh and Enkidu by modern-day artist Neil Dalrymple is inspired by ancient images of the two friends; notice Enkidu is part-animal, and smaller than the king whom he loves and serves

The Epic of Gilgamesh is the oldest surviving written piece of fiction dating back to about 2000 BCE in Ancient Sumer and Babylon. It is about a semi-mythical hero, King Gilgamesh of Uruk in Babylon,.

Enkidu and Gilgamesh. After wrestling to a draw, they became best buds and went on adventures together.

Enkidu and Gilgamesh. Characters out of the earliest Mesopotamian creation story cycle called the Enuma Elish. - Gilgamesh (meaning "the old man is now a young man") is perhaps the greatest hero in ancient Near Eastern literature. The story of this hero is based on a legendary king of the same name who ruled the Mesopotamian city of Uruk sometime between 2700 and 2600 b.c.e.

Enkidu and Gilgamesh. Characters out of the earliest Mesopotamian creation story cycle called the Enuma Elish. - Gilgamesh (meaning "the old man is now a young man") is perhaps the greatest hero in ancient Near Eastern literature. The story of this hero is based on a legendary king of the same name who ruled the Mesopotamian city of Uruk sometime between 2700 and 2600 b.c.e.
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Cult Of The Ancient Gods Nergal - mesopotamian God of Underworld.
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Worship ancient god "Nergal", the underworld. Akkadian god ruling with his consort "Ereshkigal" the world of the dead.

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Assur Relief. Fallen warrior under a horse. Detail of King Ashurnazirpal and his standard-bearer in a chariot charge against the enemy. Stone bas-relief (9th BCE) from the palace of Ashurnazirpal II in Nimrud, Mesopotamia. British Museum
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Assur Relief. Fallen warrior under a horse. Detail of King Ashurnazirpal and his standard-bearer in a chariot charge against the enemy. Stone bas-relief (9th BCE) from the palace of Ashurnazirpal II in Nimrud, Mesopotamia. British Museum

Assur Relief. Fallen warrior under a horse. Detail of King Ashurnazirpal and his standard-bearer in a chariot charge against the enemy. Stone bas-relief (9th BCE) from the palace of Ashurnazirpal II in Nimrud, Mesopotamia. British Museum
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mysterious technology . Iraq.
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"Mushussu" is related to Patriarch Abraham yet became the Dragon of Babylon. It is depicted here on a Sumerian boundary stone in a different context. From Sumerian city-state Isin, ca 1200 BC.

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Royal Horses in Relief from the palace of Akkadian King Sargon II (ruled 722 BCE - 705 BCE) in his capital Dur-Sharrukin (Modern Khorsabad)
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Bas-relief from Dursharrukin and Kalhu, Nineveh

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Royal Horses in Relief from the palace of Akkadian King Sargon II (ruled 722 BCE - 705 BCE) in his capital Dur-Sharrukin (Modern Khorsabad)

Royal Horses in Relief from the palace of Akkadian King Sargon II  (ruled 722 BCE - 705 BCE) in his capital  Dur-Sharrukin (Modern Khorsabad)
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Neo-Assyrian Glazed Terracotta Tile from Nimrud (Kalhu), Iraq, c. 883-859 BC
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Chapter Part The bottom of this relic is a border of guilloche. It is formed by the interlacing of curves, almost a swivel effect.

Neo-Assyrian Glazed Terracotta Tile from Nimrud (Kalhu), Iraq, c. 883-859 BC

Neo-Assyrian Glazed Terracotta Tile from Nimrud (Kalhu), Iraq, c. 883-859 BC

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Tomb of Kagemni (detail - ducks), Teti cemetery, Sakkara, Ancien Egypt, 6th Dynasty.

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The Lamassu a human-headed winged bull figure from the palace of King Sargon II in his capital city of Dur-Sharrukin (Khorsabad) stands 16 ft tall and weighs 40 tons

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Relief of Winged Man-Headed Figure Facing Right. Made of alabaster, from Nimrud, Assyria (Iraq). Neo-Assyrian Period, ca. 883-859 B.C.E.

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Lamassu (winged, human-headed bull), from Assyrian citadel of Sargon II, Dur Sharrukin (modern Khorsabad,IRAQ) ca.

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Nimrud Palace Gate. Winged human-headed bulls, the powerful guardians of ancient Assyrian gateways, serving such a purpose for the royal plalace of Nimrud (near Mosul in modern Iraq). and set in a sympathetic reconstruction at the British Museum.

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