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Ishtar Gate

Ishtar Gate

1938 Rotogravure Ishtar Gate, Babylon

1938 Rotogravure Ishtar Gate, Babylon

Detail from the wall of the inner city of Babylon. It was constructed in about 575 BC by order of King Nebuchadnezzar II. In view at the Pergamom Museum in Berlin. Photo: Vidura Barrios

Detail from the wall of the inner city of Babylon. It was constructed in about 575 BC by order of King Nebuchadnezzar II. In view at the Pergamom Museum in Berlin. Photo: Vidura Barrios

Lion of Babylon, traces of the old Iraq, Iraqi civilization, Mesopotamia

Lion of Babylon, traces of the old Iraq, Iraqi civilization, Mesopotamia

Persian immortal. http://www.britishmuseum.org/

Persian immortal. http://www.britishmuseum.org/

One of two Babylonian lions from the walls of the Ishtar Gate in Chicago’s Oriental Institute.

One of two Babylonian lions from the walls of the Ishtar Gate in Chicago’s Oriental Institute.

Ancient Persian gryphon                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

Ancient Persian gryphon Plus

The Ishtar Gate, Ancient Babylon, Iran

The Ishtar Gate, Ancient Babylon, Iran

Mural the palace of King Darius the first found in Sousse, Iran and appears in this mural a winged bull and is a replica of the Babylonian bull, which represents the sacred animal of the Babylonian god Adad, god of thunder, but the Achaemenid version adds wings and Frilled with colors .. and the piece below of Ishtar gate (or perhaps from the walls of the procession street) we see the bull, symbol of the Babylonian god of thunder Adad

Mural the palace of King Darius the first found in Sousse, Iran and appears in this mural a winged bull and is a replica of the Babylonian bull, which represents the sacred animal of the Babylonian god Adad, god of thunder, but the Achaemenid version adds wings and Frilled with colors .. and the piece below of Ishtar gate (or perhaps from the walls of the procession street) we see the bull, symbol of the Babylonian god of thunder Adad

A modern recreation of the famous Ishtar Gates of Babylon

A modern recreation of the famous Ishtar Gates of Babylon

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