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Bull Lyre , ancient near east, wood sculpture decorated with metals shell and lapis lazuli, from the tomb of Queen Puabi, Ur.  And is currently in the Penn. Museum in Philadelphia, it's fits because it exemplifies the skills of the artist of Ur

Bull Lyre , ancient near east, wood sculpture decorated with metals shell and lapis lazuli, from the tomb of Queen Puabi, Ur. And is currently in the Penn. Museum in Philadelphia, it's fits because it exemplifies the skills of the artist of Ur

greek pottery patterns - referencing for pysanky ideas - we can see the color palet that they used black with an orange and orange with black.

greek pottery patterns - referencing for pysanky ideas - we can see the color palet that they used black with an orange and orange with black.

“The Warka Vase or the Uruk Vase is a carved alabaster stone vessel found in the temple complex of the Sumerian goddess Inanna in the ruins of the ancient city of Uruk, located in the modern Al Muthanna Governorate, in southern Iraq. Like the Narmer Palette from Egypt, it is one of the earliest surviving works of narrative relief sculpture, dated to c. 3,200–3000 BC. The vase was discovered as a collection of fragments by German Assyriologists in their sixth excavation season at Uruk in…

“The Warka Vase or the Uruk Vase is a carved alabaster stone vessel found in the temple complex of the Sumerian goddess Inanna in the ruins of the ancient city of Uruk, located in the modern Al Muthanna Governorate, in southern Iraq. Like the Narmer Palette from Egypt, it is one of the earliest surviving works of narrative relief sculpture, dated to c. 3,200–3000 BC. The vase was discovered as a collection of fragments by German Assyriologists in their sixth excavation season at Uruk in…

Chapter 2 pg 42 Fig 2-13, Assurbanipal and his Queen in the Garden, The Palace at Nineveh (present-day Kuyunjik, Iraq), 647 BCE, Relief sculpture carved out of rock.  The piece was made because most of the artwork was of the king and his soldiers in battle or hunting. This piece is unique because it shows the king and queen relaxing in the garden. The scene is meant to represent a victory since the king has set aside all his weapons. J.S.

Chapter 2 pg 42 Fig 2-13, Assurbanipal and his Queen in the Garden, The Palace at Nineveh (present-day Kuyunjik, Iraq), 647 BCE, Relief sculpture carved out of rock. The piece was made because most of the artwork was of the king and his soldiers in battle or hunting. This piece is unique because it shows the king and queen relaxing in the garden. The scene is meant to represent a victory since the king has set aside all his weapons. J.S.

Ancient Syriac Harp: The most popular title for St. Ephrem is Harp of the Holy Spirit. He is also referred to as the Deacon of Edessa, the Sun of the Syrians and a Pillar of the Church.

Ancient Syriac Harp: The most popular title for St. Ephrem is Harp of the Holy Spirit. He is also referred to as the Deacon of Edessa, the Sun of the Syrians and a Pillar of the Church.

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