Frise des lions Epoque achéménide Règne de Darius Ier, vers 510 avant J.-C. Suse, cour orientale du Palais de Darius Ier Briques siliceuses à glaçure
Lyre of Queen Puabi of Ur, c2700 BCE 15" tall, wood, gold, lapis lazuli, and shell Mesopotamian (Sumerian) The title of this work is open to a bit of debate. Gardner's Art Through the Ages refers to this work as the "Bull headed lyre from the tomb of Puabi, Royal cemetery." Stokstad refers to it as "Bull Lyre from the tomb of King Abargi."
Nabonidus: Last King of Babylon , Roger Payne
Chariot model, Tell Agrab (near Eshnunna), Early Dynastic period, c.