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Stela of UrNammu ca 20472030 B C Sumerian 3rd Dynasty of Ur

Stela of UrNammu ca 20472030 B C Sumerian 3rd Dynasty of Ur

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Ur-Nammu, founder of 3rd Dynasty of Ur, reigned ca. 2112-1195 (Middle Chronology), detail from Stela of Ur-Nammu Location TBD

Fired clay brick stamped with the name of Amar-Sin, Ur III, from Eridu, currently housed in the British Museum

Archaic Dynasty III. Plaque. From Ur (Iraq).

A hymn to Ur-Nammu (3rd dynasty of Ur, 2112-2004 BCE

Inscribed Brick of King Ur-Nammu LACMA M.80.196.66 (1 of

Steps of the Ziggurat of Ur built by the Neo-Sumerians built in the reign

Sumer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Foundation Tablet of Ur-Nammu

Mud-brick stamped with the name of king Ur-Nammu. Using a marker pen, Nippur was written in Arabic at one of the corners; therefore, this brick might well ...

Temple accounts dealing with receipts and expenditure of corn. 42nd year of Shulgi, 3rd

Sumerian stele of Ur Nammu. Ur is where Abram was told by God to leave, later God changed his name to Abraham.

Foundation Figurine of Ur-Nammu

En-anna-tum I - The name of Enannatum I, ruler or king

Sumerian King List

Ur-Nammu (or Ur-Namma, Ur-Engur, Ur-Gur, ca. 2047-2030 BC short chronology) founded the Sumerian 3rd dynasty of Ur, in southern Mesopotamia, ...

Plan of a real estate of the city of Umma, with indications of the surfaces

Ur-Nanshe, king of Lagash, Sumeria. Ur Dynasty I (2650-

tablets for jemdet nasr - Buscar con Google

Sumerian art,funerary stele with lunch,8th century BC,Pergamon Museum,Berlin

Statue of the goddess Narundi, part of the statuary ordered by king Puzur-Inshushinak

Book illustration showing bas-reliefs from the Stela of Ur-Nammu found during archaeological

Ur-Nammu (by Donald A. Mackenzie)

Statue of the goddess Narundi, part of the statuary ordered by king Puzur-Inshushinak

Ur-Engure inspecting the construction of The Ziggurat or Great Ziggurat of Ur. Ur

Ancient economic thought

The Great Ziggurat of Ur was built by the Neo-Sumerians in the reign of

geography / travel, Iraq, Ur, view to zigurrat of Ur Nammu, excavations

The face of Ur-Namma, King of Ur of the Sumerians - Ur-Nammu (or Ur-Namma, Ur-Engur, Ur-Gur, ca. 2047-2030 BC) founded the Sumerian 3rd dynasty of Ur, ...

Ur-Nammu ART HISTORY 201 Ancient Near Eastern Art The UrNammu Stele

The face of Ur-Namma, King of Ur of the Sumerians before 2095 BC.

Ur-Nammu The Legacy of UrNammu The Ancient Near East

Sumerian religion - Statuette of a "praying Sumerian", Gudea, Early Dynastic Period

Female torso from a diorite votive statue. Third Dynasty of Ur, 2100-2000

Earring, Early Dynastic IIIa, ca. 2600–2500 B.C., Mesopotamia, Ur

Foundation figurine, Reign of Ur-Nammu, 2112-2095 BC From the temple

Istanbul Archeological-Ancient Museum script Sumerian 3000-2350 B C - Stock Image

Sumer: The original Black civilization of Iraq - The Kassites and Assyrians

Mesopotamia Hammurabi | of hammurabi shamash the supreme sun god and judge offers to hammurabi .

Antiga cidade de ur nammu mesopot mia

Sumerian stele. Ur-Nanshe king of Lagash with his family. Limestone

3.—SMAr,!, STATUE OF KUR-I. .

Stele of Ur-Nammu - from city of Ur, ancient Mesapotamia, circa BCE, made in alabaster

Period: Neo-Sumerian; Date: ca. 2090

Kubaba - Kubaba holding a poppy capsule (possibly a pomegranate) and a tympanum (

Terracotta Astarte or 'Ishtar' figure, Third Dynasty of Ur, c2100 BC.

Sumer. Mesopotamia. Early Dynastic Period. Early Bronze Age. Cuneiform script. Brink

The Ur-Nammu stele c2000 BC. Ur-Nammu was king of the city

Sumerian religion - Statuette of a Sumerian worshiper from the Early Dynastic Period, ca.

Stele of Ushumgal. Mesopotamian, Early Dynastic I-II. ca. 2900–

Mesopotamian Art. Sumerian ruler. 3rd Millenium B.C. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen. Denmark

Eannatum's helmet on the Vulture Stele. On the Standard of Ur, the Sumerian king wears a plain military helmet. On the Vulture Stele, the Sumerian king ...

Fragment of the Ur-Namma stele. Pink-buff limestone. Mesopotamia, Ur

Votive stone plaques from Sumerian city Ur. 2600BCE.

The top level of the Ziggurat of Ur-Nammu (Sumerian, founder of the

Utu-hengal - Part of a stone monument inscribed with the name of Utu-

Assur Relieft 10th-6th BC Tower with defenders. Assyrians attack the Jewish fortified town

Period: Early Dynastic IIIa; Date: ca. 2600-2500 B.C

Carte des principales villes de la Basse Mésopotamie durant les périodes d'Akkad et d

king of uruk 3500 B.C.

Relieve votivo de Ur-nanshe, rey de Lagash. Mesopotamia. Dinastías arcaicas sumerias

Tree of Life - Nimrud, Assyria (Iraq). Neo-Assyrian Period, reign of Ashur-nasir-pal II, circa BCE. Pollinating the Tree of Life.

Standing female worshiper, Early Dynastic IIIa, ca. 2600–2500 B.C., Mesopotamia

limestone plaque; Early Dynastic III. Iraq, south 2500BC. Square stone plaque with

Gudea

Ziggurat in Sumerian city dating from around 4500 400BC Ur Iraq Middle East - Stock Image

Period: Ur III; Date: ca

Babylonian stele usurped by Elamite King. Detail: Monarch. Basalt. 12th century BC

Old Assyrian Empire - Map showing the approximate location of the geographical region or heartland referred

Statue of Puzur Ishtar, governor of Mari, Neo-sumerian art. Period Ur

This clay tablet shows the bill of sale for a male slave and building, c.2600 BCE, cuneiform script / British Museum, ...

Ur Nanshe king of Lagash sumerian Neo Sumerisch 2500 2450 bc - Stock Image

Gutian people - Image: Gutian inscription AO4783 mp 3h 9060

Reconstructed headdress of Puabi, by Sir Charles Leonard Woolley, found at the Sumerian city

Sumerian religion - Cuneiform temple hymn from the nineteenth century BC; the hymn is addressed

The ziggurat at Ur Sumerian ziggurat in what was the city of Ur near Nasiriyah,

History of Sumer - Victory stele of Naram-Sin (Louvre)

Tablet of Shulgi

Egypt. Saqqara necropolis. The Pyramid of Djoser (Zoser) or step pyramid.

Terracotta group of King and Priests, Third Dynasty of Ur, 2100 BC-2000

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

Third Dynasty of Ur. Sumerian cuneiform tablet

ORAL TRADITION: The Epic of Gilgamesh is a contender for the first epic poem. The earliest surviving written versions are dated to around BC.

Copper head of lion or cub 3rd dynasty 2500 BC The tell of Ubaid near Ur

Adab (city) - Male bust, perhaps Lugal-kisal-si, king

Naram-Sin

Code of Hammurabi, the God Shamash Dictating Laws to Hammurabi, King of Babylon, Susa, c.1750 BC

Map of Ur III - Ur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Burney Relief - Side view showing depth of the relief

Stele of Pharaoh Sanakht,3rd Dynasty. The Pharaoh slays an enemy with his mace

Amar-Sin - Stamped mud-brick of Amar-Sin

The City of Ur. This map shows Mesopotamia in the third millennium BCE, with Ur in the south.

An Eagle-Man Soldier associated with Anunnaki-Sumerian Goddess Ninharsag. ~ Note the comments/pictures by previous pinner aren't mine but shared for your ...

Hittite, bull, Ankara, 700 BC, Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara

Giants' grave of Coddu Vecchiu. Nuragic funerary monument, near Arzachena. The site

Egypt. Saqqara necropolis. The Pyramid of Djoser (Zoser) or step pyramid.

Old Assyrian Empire - Layout of Assur throughout the centuries.

In Neo-Assyrian art these bird-headed "genies," as they were

Anthropomorphe Stele. Late 4th-early 3rd millennium BC. Sandstone.