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DER KÖNIG: Assyrichen König. Karneol Gold-Anhänger / Assyrian King Carnelian Gold Pendant.

DER KÖNIG: Assyrichen König. Karneol Gold-Anhänger / Assyrian King Carnelian Gold Pendant.

A typical Mesopotamian combination was of lapis lazuli, gold and carnelian

Dissecting Mesopotamian Jewelry

This picture of this man and woman fits this category of early Mesopotamia time because of the skirt the male is wearing and the wrapped dress the female is wearing

This picture of this man and woman fits this category of early Mesopotamia time because of the skirt the male is wearing and the wrapped dress the female is wearing

Art Nouveau Horse Bookend [AS-200] - $58.00 : Assyrian market place for museum quality Assyrian Artifacts, Music, Videos, Jewelry, Art, Bookends, T-Shirt and wearables., | Waw Allap

Art Nouveau Horse Bookend [AS-200] - $58.00 : Assyrian market place for museum quality Assyrian Artifacts, Music, Videos, Jewelry, Art, Bookends, T-Shirt and wearables., | Waw Allap

Sumerian harp of 11 strings, with inlaid gold bull's head, decorated with lapis lazuli and carnelian inlaid stones imported from the east. From the Royal Cemetery of Ur. Early Dynastic, ca. 2400 BC.

Sumerian harp of 11 strings, with inlaid gold bull's head, decorated with lapis lazuli and carnelian inlaid stones imported from the east. From the Royal Cemetery of Ur. Early Dynastic, ca. 2400 BC.

Wreath of poplar leaves (Length: 40 cm) made of gold, lapis lazuli and carnelian, found with the body of a female attendant crouched at the foot of Queen Puabi's bier, Royal Cemetery of Ur, ca 2550 BCE.

Artifacts of the Royal Cemetery of Ur

Wreath of poplar leaves (Length: 40 cm) made of gold, lapis lazuli and carnelian, found with the body of a female attendant crouched at the foot of Queen Puabi's bier, Royal Cemetery of Ur, ca 2550 BCE.

The Great Lyre: Found in the King's Grave. The head, face and horns are gold foil wrapped over a wooden form. The hair and beard are lapis lazuli, as are the eyes, inlaid into shell. The front panel is shell inlaid in bitumen. This image has been photographically enhanced to improve the color quality and to give an idea of how the lyre looked when it was new, Click on the picture to see the original photograph.

The Great Lyre: Found in the King's Grave. The head, face and horns are gold foil wrapped over a wooden form. The hair and beard are lapis lazuli, as are the eyes, inlaid into shell. The front panel is shell inlaid in bitumen. This image has been photographically enhanced to improve the color quality and to give an idea of how the lyre looked when it was new, Click on the picture to see the original photograph.

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