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Çatalhöyük Culture 7500 BC - 5700 BC Neolithic Near-East
Bull heads from ?atalh?y?k in Angora Museum (wiki) Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Dimensions: Location: ?atalh?y?k Author: Reference: Collection: N/A
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Çatalhöyük Culture 7500 BC - 5700 BC Neolithic Near-East
Wild bull horns on pillars in Building 77 at Çatalhöyük site. Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Dimensions: Location: Çatalhöyük Author: Jason Quinlan Reference: Http://www.catalhoyuk.com Collection: N/A
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Naqada culture 4400 BC - 3000 BC Neolithic Egypt
3500- 3100BC, Naqada II-Naqada III Period. Although described as a bull, it is also possible it is an elephant. Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Ivory Dimensions: 4.9 x 4.7 cm Location: Naqada Author: Reference: 35.1270 Collection: Brooklyn Museum, New York, USA
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Uruk period 4000 BC - 2900 BC Neolithic Near-East Ancient Mesopotamia
Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Dimensions: Location: Author: Reference: Collection: The Louvre
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Uruk period 4000 BC - 2900 BC Neolithic Near-East Ancient Mesopotamia
Limestone cult vessel; miniature vase, supported by the figures of two lions cut in high relief which are attacking a bull.(BM) Warka, Late Uruk Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Limestone Dimensions: H 14.2cm Location: Author: Reference: 118361 Collection: The British Museum
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Uruk period 4000 BC - 2900 BC Neolithic Near-East Ancient Mesopotamia
Egg shaped stone jar with flat base; carved with two lions attacking bulls, with a scale pattern in 3 rows indicating the ground below; the neck is lost; two holes drilled opposite one another in the shoulder suggest that the jar may have been suspended.Rim and neck broken off.(BM)Late Uruk Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Granite Dimensions: H 13.3cm Dia 8.25cm Location: Author: Reference: 128886 Collection: The British Museum
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Proto Elamite 3200 BC - 2700 BC Ancient Persia Neolithic Near-East
more Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Silver Dimensions: Location: Susa Author: Reference: 66.173 Collection: New York Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient Mesopotamia
Copper alloy head of a young bull, broken from a relief; head complete, partly filled with bitumen, copper alloy fastening nail through the back of the neck; ears complete, eyes and muzzle clearly modelled; crescent in low relief on the forehead. Excavated/Findspot: Tell Al-\\'Ubaid, Temple of Ninhursag.(BM) Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Copper alloy, bitumen Dimensions: L 11.43 cm W 13.97cm WT 1278 gm Location: Author: Reference: 118015 Collection: N/A
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Neo-Palatial Minoan 1700 BC - 1425 BC Ancient Greece
Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Bronze Dimensions: Location: Crete Author: Reference: 1966,0328.1 Collection: The British Museum
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Neo-Palatial Minoan 1700 BC - 1425 BC Ancient Greece
This vase is a type of rhyton, or libation vase. The offering was poured through the hole in the animals muzzle. The vase was filled either by immersion in a large container or through the hole on the head. Using the principle of the siphon, liquid would not flow out as long as the opening at the top was closed with the thumb. Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Terracotta Dimensions: Location: Crete Author: Reference: 1973.35 Collection: New York Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Mycenaean Greece 1550 BC - 1060 BC Ancient Greece
Silver mycaenean vase (rhtyon) shaped as a bull head.(wiki) Category: Sculpture Year: 1500 BC Material: Silver Dimensions: Location: Mycenae Author: Reference: Collection: National Archaeological Museum Athens
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Post-Palatial Minoan 1425 BC - 1170 BC Ancient Greece
Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Bronze Dimensions: Location: Crete Author: Reference: 1966,0328.7 Collection: The British Museum
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Neo-Assyrian Empire 911 BC - 609 BC Ancient Mesopotamia Ancient Asia-Minor and Levant
Lamassu. Relief from the m wall, k door, of king Sargon IIs palace at Dur Sharrukin in Assyria (now Khorsabad in Iraq)(wikipedia) Category: Sculpture Year: 716 BC Material: Dimensions: Location: Author: Reference: Collection: The Louvre
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