Stone lion’s head Neo-Assyrian, about 680-670 BC From Sippar, southern Iraq Part of the decoration of a temple This lion’s head of white limestone comes from the Temple of Shamash. Known as the Ebabbar (‘Shining Temple’), it was one of the most important traditional and prestigious religious centres in Mesopotamia. Rulers sent offerings to Shamash […]
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