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Vessels from The Royal Tombs of Ur. Marble vase (jar), belonging to Queen Pu-abi. Height: 15.000 cm (5.9 inches).

Vessels from The Royal Tombs of Ur. Marble vase (jar), belonging to Queen Pu-abi.

JOJO POST STAR GATES: 3500 BC. MESOPOTAMIAN LAPIS AMULET IN THE SHAPE OF A FROG? WHAT IS THE SECRET HIDDEN POWER ON THIS STONE?? AMULETS DIMENSION: L: 2.4 cm. PROVENANCE: Ex- US Private collection, acquired in 1990- New York. This amulet was carved from a small piece of lapis lazuli of bright and intense color in stylized forms. The arched body has no indication of forelegs while the hind legs are folded along the body similar to letter «W» as if the animal was ready to spring. A long…

Mesopotamian Lapis Amulet in the shape of a Frog New York Amulets Date: > 3500 BC, 3500 BC - 2500 BC Culture: Mesopotamian Category: Amulets, Animals Medium: Stone .

Katerine Woolleys original construction of Pu-abis headdress.  Note how it differs in some details to the Penn Museums version

Katerine Woolleys original construction of Pu-abis headdress. Note how it differs in some details to the Penn Museums version

The flattened skull and jewelry of Queen Puabi just as it was found in her tomb at Ur in Sumeria

A female attendant found in the Great Death Pit at the Royal Tombs at Ur. Often mistaken for Queen Pu-abi because of all the jewelry, this attendant is one of 26 others found wearing such adornments.

Questo imponente lira d'argento è stata realizzata in Mesopotamia (odierno Iraq meridionale) più di 4.000 anni fa. La musica era un aspetto importante di ogni celebrazione e occasioni rituali nell'antica Mesopotamia.

Lyres from The Royal Tombs of Ur (ca 2550 BCE) (not RCCF calibrated) - Ur (Sumerian: Urim) was an important Sumerian city-state in ancient Mesopotamia located at the site of modern Tell el-Muqayyar in Iraq's Dhi Qar Governorate.

Weapons from The Royal Tombs of Ur

(Not from Israel, but from Ur, the birthplace of Abraham Avinu. From the Royal Tombs of Ur

Lid of a small cosmetic box: belonging to Queen Pu-abi. It depicts a lion attacking a ram.  From Royal Tombs of Ur

Vessels from The Royal Tombs of Ur. Lid of a small cosmetic box: belonging to Queen Pu-abi. It depicts a lion attacking a ram.

Mesopotamian, Early Dynastic IIIA (ca. 2550-2400 B.C.). Silver Head of a Lion. Silver, lapis lazuli and shell. H. 11 cm (4.3 in.); W. 12 cm (4.75 in.). Mesopotamia, Ur.

Head of lion made of silver, lapis lazuli and shell; from the Royal Cemetery of Ur, ca 2550 BCE.

Early Twentieth Century Excavations at the Royal Cemetery at Ur: The King's Grave at Ur

Early Twentieth Century Excavations at the Royal Cemetery at Ur

Plan of the "King's Grave" where the hatched rectangle at the top shows the location of Queen Pu-abi's tomb. Reprinted from Woolley's The Royal Cemetery, Ur Excavations, Vol. published in C. Leonard Woolley, and the Iraq's Ancient Past, Penn Museum

Jewelry from The Royal Tombs of Ur.  Gold and lapis lazuli pendant of Imdugud, the lion-headed eagle.

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Carved stone pouring vessel featuring a recumbent man-headed bull. Several examples of this type of vessel were found in the Royal Tombs.OF UR

Carved stone pouring vessel featuring a recumbent man-headed bull. Several examples of this type of vessel were found in the Royal Tombs.OF UR

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