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Sumerian Cuneiform Tablet of Sin-Kashid, King of Erech, C. 1800 BC The tablet mentions king, Sin-Kashid of Erech (Uruk),announces the construction of a ...

sumerian tablet--This world is really awesome. The woman who make our chocolate think you're awesome, too. Our chocolate is organic and fair trade and full ...

Limestone cone from ancient Sumer - (ca. 2385 BCE) - Covered with writing in a transitional script between pictographic and cuneiform.

3,200 BCE. Sumerian Tablet, Uruk. an intermediate form of writing with pictographs, a grid and wedges for numbers which later developed into cuneiform in ...

Writing Tablet Beer An early writing tablet dating from 3100-3000 BCE will also be included. It lists beer rations due to a group of workers.

Mesopotamian clay tablet with cuneiform script Located in the National Museum, Damascus, Syria.

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The first written record of medicinal plants was created on clay tablets over 5000 years ago

Sumerian Foundation Stone This stone foundation tablet bears an inscription in Sumerian dedicated from the ruler

A Sumerian Beer recipe dating back to 3000 BC. The result beer is very strong and would contain chunks of bread floating around in it.

The ancient Sumerians created Cuneiform writing.

Plaque depicting a pair of bulls, with a crescent symbolizing the moon god Sin atop a mountain-like pedestal on their backs.

Unknown, Sumerian Cuneiform Tablet, Old Akkadian (ca. 2340-2200 BC)

Unique list of Sumerian gods, c. 2400-2200 BC, SumerIn Sumerian cuneiform on clay, a list of Sumerian gods in order of seniority and importance: Enlil, ...

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

Sumerian Cuneiform circa 2500 BC. Clay tablet with summary account of silver for the governor

Sample of Sumerian writing

BCE, Uruk, the oldest written tablets in Mesopotamia. Some Sumerian legends purport this town invented writing.

One of the oldest known ancient Mesopotamian medical texts is a collection of 15 prescriptions, written in Sumerian, on a clay tablet, which dates from the ...

2150-2137 BCE. Sumerian Ur-Bau Foundation Tablet. The cuneiform script records the order of King Ur-Baba of Lagash to rebuild the temple of its main god, ...

Blessed Sumerians had a better medical knowledge than the middle ages. One of the

Cone of Enmetena, king of Lagash “The text recounts the history of the borders drawn between the Sumerian states of Lagash and Umma (Lower Mesopotamia).

Part of a votive plaque for the goddess Ninsun. The woman pictured is a high priestess.

Ancient Sumerian Art 3 The Anunnaki also transcribed as: Anunna, Anunnaku, Ananaki

Gilgamesh, also known as Bilgames in early Sumerian texts, was the fifth king of Uruk around 2500 BC for 126 years. Description from pinterest.com.

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This beautiful tablet is from Gudea (his name is on the 5th line down). It is dedicated to Ningirsu. It is not clay, but carved stone. The trans…

An ancient Sumerian cuneiform inscribed clay foundation cone of Ishme-Dagan, fourth king in the First Dynasty of Isin, in which the ruler dedicates the ...

Mesopotamian writing- cuneiform tablets

Tablilla administrativa del periodo de Jemdet-Nasr (3150 - 2900 a.c.)

Sumerian terracotta cuneiform foundation cone, second dynasty of Lagash, reign of Gudea, 2141

Assyrian Foundation Plaque, reign of Tukulti-Ninurta I, c.1243-1207 BC

Clay tablet inscribed with six lines of Linear A writing Zakros, end of Late Minoan IB (ca. 1450 B.C.)

Detail from the Standard of Ur. From Ur, southern Iraq, about 2600-2400 BC

Sumer B. foundation nail in the form of a bull; tablet with inscription, dedicated to the goddess Inanna. Nails and tablets were buried in the foundation ...

Ivory Tablet of King Zen - 1st Dynasty This 5000 year old tablet is one of

Sumerian cylinder seal impression - Master of animals. Museum replica.

VOTIVE DISK OF ENHEDUANNA, Ur (now Tell Muqayyar, Iraq) Enheduanna, daughter of Sargon of Akkad and priestess of Nanna at Ur, is the first author whose name ...

archaicwonder: “ The World's First Female Author, Enhedu'anna This ancient clay tablet from Babylonia is inscribed in Sumerian cuneiform and dates to the ...

Assyrian Hunting Wall Relief, Ashurbanipal Palace, Nineveh, Mesopotamian art reproduction, can now be found in the British Museum, King Ashurbanipal .

Ancient Sumerian Anunnaki Gods From the Sky

Adam Of Sumer - Eden Saga - english

2100 BC.

Sumer: La civilización original de Negro de Irak - Gudea y la invasión guti

Sumerian Cuneiform Tablet

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Ancient History - Antiquity - Archeaology Foundation Tablet of Ur-Nammu

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Sumerian clay tablet using cuneiform, c. 2800 BC an early form of the book!

From Ur, southern Iraq, about 2600-2400 BC

Victory Stele of Naram-Sin, celebrating victory against the Lullubi from Zagros 2260 BC. He is wearing a horned helmet, a symbol of divinity, ...

the value of things, Kushim tablet. 2600AC 135MIL LITROS CEBADA POR 37 MESES POR KUSHIM COMERCIO CAPITAL CREDITO Y PROPIEDAD PRIVADA.

Ginak, Príncipe sumerio de Edin-E, al norte de Mesopotamia, tercer milenio

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Sumerian Cuneiform & Gilgamesh, 7th Century B.C. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/273453008599064776/

The flood listed in history in the Sumerian Kings List

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Sumerian pottery figurine C.3900 BCE

rsbenedict: “This week's Sumerian Sunday is ba-ba-ya10, old man. Cuneiform from the ePSD. ”

As always, the cuneiform comes from the Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary.

Economy and trade

Geography: Mesopotamia Culture: Sumerian Medium: Gypsum alabaster Dimensions: 1 x 1 in. x cm) Classification: Stone Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1952 Accession ...

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Additional photos of artifacts from Sumer, Elam and Assyria.

Kudurru (stele) of King Melishipak I BC): the king presents his daughter to the goddess Nannaya. The crescent moon represents the god Sin, ...

The oldest known dictionary is on a series of cuneiform tablets from the Akkadian Empire with bilingual word lists in Sumerian and Akkadian.

The battle is between a human headed bull and a lion headed eagle - Mesopotamian, Early Dynasyic Period, IIIa period, 2600 - 2500 BC.

This beautiful tablet is from Gudea (his name is on the 5th line down). It is dedicated to Ningirsu. It is not clay, but carved stone. The trans…

Babylonian tablet about geometry,1900 B.C. Problem with 2 concentric and parallel equilateral triangles with the area between them divided into 3 equally ...

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

City plan of Uruk, Sumerian capital during Uruk period (4000-3100 BCE). City played an important role in the early urbanization of Sumer, and likely the ...

massarrah: “ Early Writing: A Proto-Cuneiform Record of Sheep from c. 3400 BCE This small administrative tablet from Uruk comes from the period of the ...

Photo by Yana - Turchia, scrittura cuneiforme

This Ur III administrative text records in Sumerian cuneiform a receipt for a dead sheep.

Ur was a major city, and later the capital, of the Sumerian Empire in southern Mesopotamia. Its location near the sea made it a center of commerce and trade ...

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The enigma of the Phaistos Disc - a question of language

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A decorated votice plaque, frament, Mesopotamia, Archaic dynasties period, mid-third

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

one of the earliest forms of writing - Sumerian account of grain, bread, beer, butter and oil. 3,200 BCE

Gudea, prince of Lagash, 2120 B.C, Louvre. Lagash was one of the oldest cities of the Ancient Near East. It was an important Sumerian city in the late ...

2097-2080 B.C.E., From Mesopotamia, Ur The stele of Ur-Namma is the only monumental surviving work of art from the Ur III period.

Ur-Nammu - founder of Sumerian dynasty, started the Sumerian Renaissance, post-Gutian rule. Built the great ziggurat of Ur

Sumerian tablet, depicting Reptilian humanoids. Quick analysis: 1. The Owl is a major Illuminati worship deity - for reptilians as well; 2.

Cone of Enmetena, king of Lagash “The text recounts the history of the borders drawn between the Sumerian states of Lagash and Umma (Lower Mesopot…

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

Cuneiform Writing Describes Commodities Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Lynn Abercrombie

A Sip from an Ancient Sumerian Drinking Song | Food & Think

A few details from the Standard of Ur. Found in southern Iraq, and dating to about BCE, the Standard of Ur depicts one of the earliest representations of a ...

rsbenedict: “This week's Sumerian sign is a is which means to be strong. As you can see, the word is written with a combination of two signs.

8th-7th century B.C. Babylonian. The Metropolitan Museum

Cone of Enmetena, king of Lagash “The text recounts the history of the borders drawn between the Sumerian states of Lagash and Umma (Lower Mesopot…

Photo from the Uruk excavation in 1929/30 - Discovery of the statuette of a 'high priest' in a vessel. 3000-2000 BC [1200x850]

This beautiful tablet is from Gudea (his name is on the 5th line down). It is dedicated to Ningirsu. It is not clay, but carved stone. The trans…

It was not the creation of any one people. However, the Sumerians of ancient Mesopotamia are ...

"Writing invented by The Sumerians" The Sumerians at 4000 BC. And at the first time in history, they made an urban area, developed sophisticated irrigation ...

Old Babylonian Cylinder Seal, hematite, The king makes an animal offering to Shamash. This seal was probably made in a workshop at Sippar.

Still waiting for all the papers, pens, handles, nibs and ink to arrive. In the mean time, we had our Daily Sketch today which was a prom.

Head of Gudea. Sumerian, 2144-2124 B.C.