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A war horse being ridden by a cavalry archer, most likely to be an Assyrian warrior king

Saka Tigra-khauda (Old Persian: pointed-hat Saka/Scythians) as depicted in the ancient Achaemenid city-palace of Persepolis. It was northern Iranian peoples such as the Sakas (Scythians) and their successors, the Sarmatians and Alans, who were to be the cultural link between Iran and ancient Europe. (Click)

Saka Tigra-khauda (Old Persian: pointed-hat Saka/Scythians) as depicted in the ancient Achaemenid city-palace of Persepolis.

Detail of Relief Depicting Figure of Guardian Lion, from Ancient Nineveh, Iraq

Detail of Relief Depicting Figure of Guardian Lion, from Ancient Nineveh, Iraq

Nineveh / Detail of relief depicting figure of guardian lion, from ancient Nineveh, Iraq

Relief panel  Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca. 883–859 B.C. Geography: Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu) Culture: Assyrian Medium: Gypsum alabaster

Relief panel Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca. I love the watch on his arm.

Gardes d'Assurbanipal précédant les porteurs du trône roulant - Palais de Ninive   vers 645 avant JC

Ashurbanipal’s guards preceding the wheeled throne bearers. Gypseum alabaster relief from Ashurpanipal’s palace at Niniveh, ca. Courtesy & currently located at the Louvre, France.

The Assyrian king Assurbanipal dedicated to the hunting of the lion, who built a magnificent palace and library at Nineveh (668-627 BC)

The Assyrian king Assurbanipal dedicated to the hunting of the lion, who built a magnificent palace and library at Nineveh BC)

The fleur-de-lis has origins that go back much further than even the Khazarian empire - all the way to ancient Egypt and Babylon: The ancient Egyptians revered the iris for its exotic beauty. When 15th century BCE paraoh Thutmose III of Egypt conquered Syria, where irises grew profusely, he vowed to bring back the iris to Egypt. Depictions of the flower have been found in many Egyptian palaces, including on the Sphinx, at the Temple of Amon in Karnak, The anci...

ancientart: “Genie with a poppy flower. Relief from the Palace of king Sargon II at Dur Sharrukin in Assyria (now Khorsabad in Iraq), BC.

Sumerian depiction of an Annunaki Warrior.

Sumerian depiction of an Annunaki, Sumerian mangel from the other planet, Nebiru. About 4000 years later the Bible editors copied them with their version of the angels and fallen angels.

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