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Urartian figurine, Hermitage Museum, part of a throne.

Mysterious Lost Kingdom Of Urartu And Its Enigmatic History - Winged sphinx without a face, bronze parts of one throne, Hermitage Museum, Russia

Figurine : taureau ailé | Urartu |  7e siècle av J.-C. / 8e siècle av J.-C.

Figurine : taureau ailé | Urartu | 7e siècle av J.-C. / 8e siècle av J.-C.

Achaemenid golden bowl with lion imagery. The Achaemenid Empire, also known as the First Persian Empire, was founded by Cyrus the Great in ...

Achaemenid golden bowl with lion imagery. The Achaemenid Empire, also known as the First Persian Empire, was founded by Cyrus the Great in century BC, who overthrew the Median confederation. Cyrus was greatly admired by Alexander

Urartian-Toprakkale'de Ele Geçirilen Urartu Fırtına ve Savaş Tanrısı Teişeba'nın Tahtadan Oyması, (Hermitage Müzesi, Sankt Petersburg).

Urartian-Toprakkale'de Ele Geçirilen Urartu Fırtına ve Savaş Tanrısı Teişeba'nın Tahtadan Oyması, (Hermitage Müzesi, Sankt Petersburg).

EvgenyGenkin's photograph of a part of a Urartian throne. @Jess Pearl Liu zheng.wikipedia.org

EvgenyGenkin's photograph of a part of a Urartian throne. @Jess Pearl Liu zheng.wikipedia.org

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Bronze parts of one throne (Hermitage, Russia). The sketch of an item from the British Museum on the right reveals that these two items are .

Ivory figure of a griffin-headed demon, Urartian (eastern Turkey), 8th- 7th century BCE (British Museum).

Ivory Sphinx from the Corinthian Sanctuary of Hera at Perachora, mid c. The sphinx appears in seventh century literature including Hesiod in the story of Oedipus solving the riddle of the Theban sphinx.

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