Ancient Near East Art (Part 3)

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Ancient Near Eastern Art
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Map with modern country names in red
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Sumerian Art
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Cuneiform tablet c. 2900 BCE, Jemdet Nasr, Iraq.
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An early example of cuneiform and a tablet demonstrating the evolution of the symbols
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White Temple and ziggurat, Uruk (modern Warka) Iraq , c. 3,200-3,000 B.C.E., mud brick
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White Temple and ziggurat Uruk (modern Warka) Iraq ca. 3,200-3,000 B.C.E. mud brick
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Ruins of the White Temple, Uruk (Warka, Iraq), c. 3300-3000 BCE
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Ziggurat at Ur (Tell Muqayyar, Iraq) c. 2,100 BCE mud brick
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Ziggurat (restored) at Ur (Tell Muqayyar, Iraq) c. 2,100 BCE mud brick
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Ziggurat (Restored) of Ur, c. 2100 BCE, built by UrNammu
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Drawing of a ziggurat during a ritual (speculation)
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Female head (possibly Inanna), Uruk (Warka, Iraq) , c. 3,200-3,000 BCE, marble, 8 in. high
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Warka Vase , Uruk (Warka, Iraq) , c. 3,200-3,000 BCE, alabaster, approximately 3 ft. high
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Design of Warka Vase
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Iraq), c. 2,700 BCE, gypsum, shell, black limestone, tallest 30 in. high
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