Standing female figure with clasped hands, Early Dynastic IIIA, ca. 2600–2500 BC. Mesopotamia, Nippur, Inanna temple, Level VIIB. Limeston...

Standing female worshiper Period: Early Dynastic IIIa Date: ca. Geography: Mesopotamia, Nippur Culture: Sumerian Medium: Limestone, inlaid with shell and lapis lazuli Dimensions: H.

Standing female worshiper Period:Early Dynastic IIIa Date:ca. 2600–2500 B.C. Geography:Mesopotamia, Nippur Culture:Sumerian Medium:Limestone, inlaid with shell and lapis lazuli Dimensions:H. 9 13/16 x W. 3 3/8 x D. 2 1/8 in. (24.9 x 8.5 x 5.4 cm) Classification:Stone-Sculpture

Standing female worshiper Period:Early Dynastic IIIa Date:ca. 2600–2500 B.C. Geography:Mesopotamia, Nippur Culture:Sumerian Medium:Limestone, inlaid with shell and lapis lazuli Dimensions:H. 9 13/16 x W. 3 3/8 x D. 2 1/8 in. (24.9 x 8.5 x 5.4 cm) Classification:Stone-Sculpture

museumofclassicalantiquities:  Limestone statue of Sumerian man  The man posture and position of his hands indicate that he is a pious man. He is a priest or perhaps a god.  Sumerian, 3000 - 2500 BC  Found in the ancient temple of Khafaje, northeast of the modern city Baghdad.  Source: Worcester Art Museum

Limestone statue of Sumerian man The man posture and position of his hands indicate that he is a pious man. He is a priest or perhaps a god. Sumerian, 3000 - 2500 BC Found in the ancient temple of Khafaje, northeast of the modern city Baghdad.

Sumerian Standing Female found in Dayala khafaji about 2600 B.C.

layers represent fringed or jaggedness of some sort of animal hide put together, ancient sumerians

Votive Statue Of Gudea (2090 BCE). From Present- day Telloh, Iraq. Made of…

Son of Gudea, Sumerian/Mesopotamian, c. 2100 B. Square of fabric draped over one shoulder. Length indicates that the figure is of nobility or mythological.

A Sumerian Worshiper.Allegedly from the Diyala river region (NE of Baghdad)  See the entire George Ortiz Collection

A Sumerian Worshiper.Allegedly from the Diyala river region (NE of Baghdad) See the entire George Ortiz Collection

Sumeria. Tipos de indumentaria, tocados y peinados. Eventos y formas religiosas.

These men are wearing kaunakes from the Sumerian period B.C) Kaunakes was also worn by women.

Rukoilijaveistoksia, 2600 eaa, Mesopotamia

Two sumerian statues found at the Abu Temple in Tell Asmar from c. 2700 BCE , Mesopotamia, folded hands and oversized eyes convey a sense of placidity and dignity

Stone Sculpture of a Sumerian Priest.

“colleenrants: “Sumerian devotional statues with shell and lapis lazuli eyes depicted royalty and other aristocrats, and were placed in temples to show an adherent’s devotion to their.

Standing male worshiper Metropolitan Museum  Period:     Early Dynastic IIIb Date:     ca. 2500–2350 B.C. Geography:     Mesopotamia Culture:     Sumerian Medium:     Copper alloy

Standing male worshiper Period: Early Dynastic IIIb Date: ca. Geography: Mesopotamia Culture: Sumerian Medium: Copper alloy Dimensions: H. x cm) Classification: Metalwork-Sculpture-Inscribed

Ereshkigal - Queen of the Great Earth Sumerian Goddess goddess of Irkalla (underworld), land of the dead, also called Irkalla. Ereshkigal was the only one who could pass judgment and give laws as ruler of Irkalla.   Ishtar is her older sister in the Sumer, who became Inanna in Babylon. "The Descent of Inanna"  . Inanna/Ishtar's trip

Ereshkigal - Queen of the Great Earth Sumerian Goddess goddess of Irkalla…

Sumerian Alabaster Statuette of a Worshipper  #aboutaam #ancient #art

Sumerian Alabaster Statuette of a Worshipper - Phoenix Ancient Art

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