The Art of the Middle East Including Persia, Mesopotamia and Palestine

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Bronze heads of bulls from Toprak-kale5
Skull modelled in plaster from Jericho19
Painted pottery from Arpachiyah23
Fired clay beaker from Susa28
Painted al 'Ubaid ware from Eridu32
Painted pottery from Tepe Siyalk39
Columns with a mosaic facing of pencil-like
cones
42
'Cult vase of Uruk'44
Marble head of a woman, from Uruk49
Steatite ritual vessel from Ur51
Limestone offering pitcher from Uruk54
Copper relief and columns decorated with
mosaic, from a temple at al 'Ubaid
57
Group of praying figures, from the temple
of Abu at Tell Asmar
59
Sandstone head of a woman, from Khafaje62
Marble votive statuette from Ur(?)65
Alabaster statue of Ebih-il, from Mari68
Gypsum statue of Urnanshe, from Mari71
Gold bull's head from the Royal Cemetery
at Ur
73
Silver vase of the priest-king Entemena
of Lagash
76
Gold dagger with lapis lazuli haft, from
the Royal Cemetery at Ur
78
Gold vessels and ornaments from the
Royal Cemetery at Ur
79
Ram, of gold and small pieces of shell and
lapis lazuli, from the Royal Cemetery
at Ur
81
Gaming-board from the Royal Cemetery
at Ur
82
Engraved shell plaques used for inlay84
Bronze head of Sargon of Akkad (?), from Nineveh87
Fragment of a stela set up by Ur-Nammu
of Ur
90
Statue of Gudea of Lagash92
Statue of Gudea of Lagash95
Portrait head of Hammurabi of Babylon (?),
from Susa
97
Obelisk Temple at Byblos100
Bronze statuettes of gods, from Megiddo
and Byblos
103
Phoenician dagger, lavishly decorated106
Phoenician ceremonial axe from Byblos109
Silver figurine from Ugarit112
Bowl and dish, the work of Phoenician
goldsmiths, from Ugarit
115
Ivory plaque, plated with gold and inlaid
with lapis lazuli and carnelian, from
Nimrud
118
Bronze figure of stag inlaid with electrum,
from Alaca Höyük
120
Painted pottery from Kanesh123
Mural from the palace at Mari126
Sphinx from Alaca Höyük129
Bronze figure from Bogazköy132
Funerary figures from Carchemish135
Lion's head from base of statue of Atarluhas
at Carchemish
138
Syro-Hittite rhyton, of gold and silver,
from Marash
143
Phrygian painted tile from Pazarli149
Urartian bronze cauldron from Palestrina159
Kudurru of black limestone, from Susa171
Lion hunt: relief from Nineveh186
Bull in relief from the Ishtar Gate at Babylon193
Mural from the governor's palace at
Tell Barsip
196
Terrace of sculptures from the sepulchral
sanctuary at Nimrud-Dagh
200
Guardian lion from the sepulchral
sanctuary at Nimrud-Dagh
205
Phoenician sepulchral monuments at Amrit208
Temple of Bacchus at Ba'albek213
Colonnade of the great temple of Bel at
Palmyra
216
Parade helmet of various metals, from Homs218
Funerary bust from Palmyra220
Mural from a synagogue at Dura-Europos222
'Urn tomb' from Petra225
Sabaean female head in bronze228

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