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Lion of Babylon From Ishtar Gate

Lion of Babylon From Ishtar Gate

This image depicts a closeup of the "Lion of Babylon" on glazed brick tiles, specifically from the Nebuchadnezzar II period, dating back to 562 B.C. These tiles were part of the Ishtar Gate, an impressive structure in ancient Babylon. The "Lion of Babylon" is a renowned symbol of power and royalty in Mesopotamian culture. In this closeup, the viewer is presented with a detailed view of a single lion depicted on a glazed brick tile. The lion's majestic and powerful presence is captured through the skilled craftsmanship of the era.

Image ID#: 32667 / Category: Arts / Price: 499$
Lion of Babylon From Ishtar Gate
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