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Babylonian tablet music 20001700 BC Probably oldest musical

Babylonian tablet music 20001700 BC Probably oldest musical


Babylonian tablet music, 2000-1700 B.C. Probably oldest musical notation known so far. It was a school text used to teach the Babylonian 4-stringed lute, ...

Babylonian tablet, 3100 B.C. Lexical pictorical list of 41 titles and professions, the reverse

Sumerian mathematic tablet, 2700 B.C. Probably the oldest known mathematical text. Multiplication table for

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SUMER / Stele de la musique - the music-stele. Limestone, from Tello, period of king Gudea, 2120 BCE Sumer MILL BCE Louvre Museum

Molded plaque: couple, Isin-Larsa-early Old Babylonian, ca. 2000

2010 A cuneiform tablet from Nippur in Iraq dated to 2000 BCE indicates the names of strings on the lyre and represents perhaps the earliest known example ...

List of Plants in a Royal Babylonian Garden This tablet lists plants in the garden of the Babylonian king Marduk-apla-iddina (reigned and in 703 BCE)

Old Babylonian terracotta plaque with an erotic scene, 1800 B.C. Baked clay plaque show man

This 4500 year old Sumerian tablet, which narrates a flood story, describes the ark

Clay tablet and envelope. From Baghdad, circa 2055 BC. Seen at the Museo Archeologico Centrale dell' Etruria, Fiorenze.

An ancient Old Babylonian terracotta plaque depicting a musician, nude but for a belt around

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Old Babylonian plaque of two boxers fighting and two musicians beating a drum, 2000BC -

Tablet of Shamash, 888-855 B.C. Is a stone tablet recovered from the ancient

Bearded musician with a lyre. Terracotta relief from Susa, Iran. (Elamite Period

Plaque with a harpist Circa 2000 BC Eshnunna (Mesopotamia) Stamped and baked clay H. cm Purchased 1930 Eshnunna (Mesopotamia) Stamped and baked clay H.

Old Babylonian limestone cuneiform tablet, Isin-Larsa period, reign of Rim-Sin

Lutenist from Eshnunna, Iraq [2370-200 B.C.E.]. Paris Musee du Louvre

Sumerian seal

Harpist from Eshnunna, Mesopotamia, Amorite period -- Terracotta tablet - Early millenium BC

Terracotta statue of a woman - Probably Old Babylonian, about 2000-1700 BC -

ca BC, Map of canals & irrigation system W of the Euphrates River w/captions in cuneiform, Babylonian

Period: Isin-Larsa–early Old Babylonian Date: ca. Geography: Southern Mesopotamia Culture: Isin-Larsa–Old Babylonian

Molded plaque: king or a god carrying a mace

This sixth-century B.C. Babylonian cuneiform tablet is inscribed with a map of the world

Mesopotamian relief of female nursing child, Neo Babylonian period, 800-600 B.C. 9.8

MS in Old Babylonian on clay, Zabala, Babylonia, 1792-1750 BC, 1 brick, 13x29x9 cm, originally ca. 33x29x9 cm, 9 columns, (7x16 cm) in cuneiform script.

Sumerian terracotta statuette, millenium B. An offerant carry sheep, probably from Girsu, 11 cm high.

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2,000-1,600 BCE. Akkadian stone frogs were used as units of weight. The

35,000-year-old flute, the oldest instrument known, found in the Ach

Lutenist from Eshnunna, Iraq [2370-200 B.C.E.]. Paris Musee du Louvre (AO 12457) Source: Mesopotamien, Rashid, A.S. | Mesopotamia | Pinterest | Lute

Circular ivory box with a continuous frieze of musicians playing double pipes, ziithers and tambourine amidst palm and lotus trees and behind a goddess ...

Neo-Babylonian cuneiform foundation brick, reign of Nebuchadnezzar II, 604-561 B.C.

L: Southern Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq) now Met museum / A: unknown / D:circa 2000 - 1600 BC / S: Babylonian, Mans head / P: unknown / M: ceramic / T: ...

World's oldest labyrinth illustration, c. 2000-1700 BC, Babylonia In Old Babylonian

Stone tablet of Nebopaliddin, King of Babylonia, seated in his shrine with the king led into the god's presence by a priest.

Babylonian plaque, 2000-1600 B.C. With horned deity standing in a shrine, 10.1

Cuneiform tablet with part of the Babylonian Chronicle proving that Nebuchadnezzar captured Jerusalem, seized Jehoiachin, and chose Zedekiah as the ...

A standing man with an Egyptian appearance holds branches of a lotus tree. Neo-

massarrah: “One of the earliest known descriptions of epilepsy comes from an Akkadian cuneiform medical text known as the Diagnostic Handbook, ...

Gautier de Coinci – Efforcier m'estuet ma voiz (from 'Miracles de Nostre

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MS in Old Babylonian on clay, Babylonia, ca. 1900-1700 BC,

Images from Ancient Times and Tablet Show: Evidence of Harmony in Ancient Music; Archaeology & Oldest Song (with Audio Midi)

Unknown, Babylonian Cuneiform Tablet, Ur III (ca. 2100-2000 BCE)

Old Babylonian votive relief plaque, 1850-1600 B.C. With bust of a warrior god

Arched Egyptian Harp, New Kingdom, 16th-11th Century BC

Cuneiform tablet with schoolwork - Old Babylonian, about 1900-1700 BC Probably from southern

Babylonian clay tablet from about 1700 B.C., illustrating the Pythagorean Theorem and the square root

Unknown, Babylonian Cuneiform Tablet, Ur III (ca. 2100-2000 BCE)

Atra-hasis is the protagonist and namesake of an 18th century BCE Akkadian epic.

Sumerian stele of Ur Nammu, Ur is the oldest known existant law code surviving…

Known as kudurrus or narus, a distinctive group of Babylonian stone monuments were once thought

The tablet shown is written in Cuneiform in 500BC. What is remarkable about Iran's heritage

Lutenist from Eshnunna, Iraq [2370-200 B.C.E.]. Paris Musee du Louvre (AO 12457) Source: Mesopotamien, Rashid, A.S. | Mesopotamia | Pinterest | Lute

A limestone head of an archer from Persepolis, dating back to 486-465 BCE

The Hurrian songs are a collection of music inscribed in cuneiform on clay tablets excavated from

A reproduction of an Old Babylonian tablet unearthed by Sir Leonard Woolley in the ruins of

Babylonian Terracotta Plaque. Origin: Mesopotamia. Circa: 2000 BC to 1700 BC .

Ancient music Roman lyre on Roman terracotta relief with Cupid, 1st century B.C.-1st

In Italy the music as artistic means of expression had its origins in the Greek culture. The term for referring to music derives from the Greek word “ ...

The Babylonian cuneiform tablet with stew recipes (1700 BC). Courtesy of Yale Babylonian

Cuneiform Tablet and Envelope: Old Assyrian Letter | Harvard Art Museums

The Code of Hammurabi, the Sixth Babylonian king BCE), 282 laws. Written in the Akkadian language. As part of his education in the palace of Nebuchadnezzar, ...

Babylonian “Astronomical Diary“ mentioning a lunar eclipse on 13 Ulūlu in the 5th year

Funerary slabstone bearing an inscription: “[On the month of] Nisan or the

Relief plaque from the Old Babylonian period (1800-1600 BCE) depicting Nergal, god of the underworld and one of the Babylonian deities mentioned in the ...

Man and dog Metropolitan Museum Period: Neo-Babylonian Date: ca. 8th–7th century B.C. Geography: Mesopotamia Culture: Babylonian Medium: Bronze

Lyres from The Royal Tombs of Ur - Modern reconstruction of the Royal Harp. A harp is different from a lyre in tone and structure.

Additional photos of artifacts from Sumer, Elam and Assyria Elamite statuette of an Ancient Musician

Old Babylonian (2000-1700 BC), with

I Plaque depicting a bust of the goddess Ishtah, century BC (terracotta) Title: Babylonian, century BC) Primary creator: Babylonian Nationality: Ashmolean ...

Plaque of Humbaba Period:Old Babylonian Date:ca. Geography:Mesopotamia Culture:Babylonian Medium:Ceramic x in.

Sumerian Proto-cuneiform tablet with pictograms of the Near East, Mesopotamia Uruk period IV 3500 BCE

2217-2193 BC, 1 partial tablet, 10,0x11,5x4,7 cm, (originally at least ca. 20x25x5 cm), 2+2 columns (originally 5+5 columns), 18 compartments remaining ...

Molded plaque: king or a god carrying a mace. Period: Isin-Larsa

flute has been reported to be the third oldest known musical instrument .

Ancient musical instrument, roman tuba on arretine ware Samian ware shard with man playing roman

gothic/miniatur/1351-400/1french/. Medieval MusicMusical ...

xxxAnimali Two Babylonian terracotta plaques. Circa B.

Old Babylonian Terracotta Plaque: God with Sword smiting Enemy. Mesopotamia; 1800-1600

Dream analyzation dates back to over five thousand years before Christ when the Babylonians began having

Gilgamesh statue - circa 750 BC, from Palace of Sargon II, Babylonian - at

Roman lyre on terra sigillata Samian ware shard with Eros playing roman lyre, 2nd century

The phorminx was one of the oldest of the Ancient Greek stringed musical instruments, intermediate

Stone foundation tablet with an inscription of Gudea, BC, Lagash II, Mesopotamia Walters museum

Shamash: Babylonian Sun god ~~ Jehovah condemned Babylon for it's Astrology, worship of

This Babylonian tablet shows (unsurprisingly) Babylon as the center of the world — the rectangle in the middle of the.

The Phaistos Disc is a disk of fired clay from the Minoan palace of Phaistos on the Greek island of Crete, possibly dating to the middle or late Minoan ...

Sumerian cuneiform writing tablets - replica set. Ancient writing of Mesopotamia

Archaeological Museum of Arta: “ A display about music ( Classical- Early Roman) Sistra, cymbals, a tortoise shell lyre, terracotta figurines of musicians ...


Double flute on Greek terracotta statuette of satyr playing double flute, 3rd century B.C. Greek

Virginal (muselar) by Jan Ruckers, Antwerp, 1622, at The Metropolitan Museum

Ishtar Gate, Babylon

Musical instrument Sistrum from ancient Anatolia, home of various settled cultures since at least as early as Millennium B.

MS in Sumerian on clay, Babylonia, 1900-1700 BC, 1 tablet, 24x17x5 cm, 2+2 columns, 42 lines in cuneiform script.