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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-headed Lyre, from the tomb of Queen Puabi, Ur [Iraq, important city of ancient southern Mesopotamia (Sumer)], ca.

Among the ancient musical instruments that were uncovered during processes of archaeological excavation in Mesopotamia was the sistrum, which was found in Sumerian levels at Ur and Kish. This instrument made its way from Palestine to Egypt, where it was frequently depicted in connection with the worship of Hathor. The oldest sistrums were discovered at Ur, Kish, and other Sumerian sites. They came from Mesopotamia, by way of Palestine, to Egypt

Among the ancient musical instruments that were uncovered during archaeological excavation in Mesopotamia was the sistrum

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.

The Royal lyre: Several lyres were found in the Royal Tombs of Ur, along with…

Henri Lebasque - Harpist in front of the Window, 1921

Henri Lebasque

Harpist in Front of the Window Henri Lebasque (French, Oil on canvas. Lebasque took on a similar flatness in his forms and colors as Les Fauves, though the effect was subtiler in.

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