Pu'abi or Shab'ad "The Sumerian princess" : Jewelry and headdress of gold and imported precious stones such as carnelian and lapis lazuli from India and Afghanistan. Royal Cemetery of Ur. The National Museum of Iraq - Baghdad
Gold and lapis lazuli fish. They were found on Queen Pu-abi, Sumerian city of Ur, First Dynasty of Ur (ca.
Votive Statue, Khafajah Mesopotamian Art on Loan to the Beijing World Art Museum. Mesopotamian depictions of people both in sculpture and in painting featured very large eyes. This was also the case for Egyptian art.
Pendant of a lion-headed eagle, thought to represent the Anzud bird from the Sumerian myth of Lugalbanda. Gold and lapis lazuli. Originally found at Mari, Syria. Date: BC. Location: National Museum of Syria, Damascus