Deities, humans, animals, plants, and religious iconography all appear on these artifacts. Other designs found on Sumerian cylinder seals may include geometric designs and inscriptions in cuneiform script.
Ancient Babylonian Hematite Cylinder Seal - animal offering to Shamash (native Mesopotamian deity and the sun god in the Akkadian, Assyrian and Babylonian pantheons) - circa 1800 BC during the First Dynasty of Babylon (?
archaicwonder: “ Mysterious Akkadian Cylinder Seal with Enki and a Judgement Scene, Mesopotamia, c. BC The judgement scene mythology presented on this seal is unknown as it has not been found in any ancient texts.
ELAMITE GREEN STONE CYLINDER SEAL CIRCA 3000 B. With the figure of a striding bull, head raised, with large curling horns and dotted eyes, a stylized flowering tree in front, two conjoined scrolling lines in the field 1 in.