Head of a ruler, ca. 2300–2000 B.C. Iran or Mesopotamia. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1947 (47.100.80) | This magnificent head portrays a king of the late third millennium B.C. #mustache #movember
De pie adorador masculino, 2900-2600 aC Sumeria. El Museo Metropolitano de Arte, Nueva York.
Head of a female wearing a necklace originally filled with colored paste and gold. Neo-Assyrian,ca 9th-8th cent. BC Mesopotamia,Nimrud ivory Metropolitan Museum NY
Head and foreleg of a snarling lion Neo-Assyrian ca. 9th–8th century B.C. Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu)
Figurine from Ur III, ca. 2100-2000 BCE, Mesopotamia, Nippur, Neo-Sumerican, ceramic.
Head of King Gudea, Lagash ruler. Neo-Sumerian ca. 2090 B.C. Mesopotamia, probably from Girsu (modern Tello)
Stele of the protective goddess Lama, Lassite, ca. 1307-1282 BCE. The Kassites were an ancient Near Eastern people who controlled Babylonia after the fall of the Old Babylonian Empire ca. 1531 BC and until ca. 1155 BC
Vessel Period: Old Assyrian Trading Colony–early Old Hittite Date: ca. 1900–1600 B.C.