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Horus

by Ali Kalamchi
published on 13 July 2012
Small statue of Horus. Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst (State Museum of Egyptian Art), Munich.
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Osiris

by Ali Kalamchi
published on 13 July 2012
Small statue of Osiris. Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst (State Museum of Egyptian Art), Munich.
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Senemut, kneeling fugure

by Ali Kalamchi
published on 09 July 2012
One of the finest known figures of Senemut, the architect and builder of the terrace temple of Hatshepsut (around 1470 BC). Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst (State Museum of Egyptian Art) in Munich.
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Queen's coffin mask

by Ali Kalamchi
published on 09 July 2012
Coffin mask of queen consort of king Djehuti (around 1650 BC). Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst (State Museum of Egyptian Art) in Munich.
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Remains of King Tabnit II

by Ali Kalamchi
published on 09 July 2012
The well preserved skeleton of king Tabnit II of Sidon. Istanbul Archaeology Museum.
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Alexander Sarcophagus, Sidon

by Ali Kalamchi
published on 09 July 2012
Detail from Alexander sarcophagus, showing a scene of wild boar hunting. Despite the name, the sarcophagus was not made for Alexander the Great. Sidon, 4th century BC. Istanbul Archaeology Museums.
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Lycian Sarcophagus, Sidon

by Ali Kalamchi
published on 09 July 2012
Detail of horses on a Lycian Sarcophagus, from Sidon, 5th Century BC. Istanbul Archaeology Museums.
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Puzur Ishtar

by Ali Kalamchi
published on 09 July 2012
Detail from a statue of Puzur Ishtar, governor of Mari, early 2nd millennium BC. Istanbul Archaeology Museums.
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High Priest of Amun

by Ali Kalamchi
published on 13 July 2012
Detail from a statue of the high priest of Amun, during the reign of Ramses II, ca. 1220 BC. Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst (State Museum of Egyptian Art), Munich.
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Shalmaneser III

by Ali Kalamchi
published on 07 July 2012
Detail from a statue of Shalmaneser III (859 BC – 824 BC) at Istanbul Archaeology Museums.
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door pivot stone from Girsu

by Ali Kalamchi
published on 07 July 2012
A door pivot stone from Telloh (ancient Girsu), third millennium BC, Istanbul Archaeology Museum.
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Aurochs from Ishtar gate

by Ali Kalamchi
published on 07 July 2012
Aurochs from Ishtar Gate at Babylon, constructed in about 575 BCE by order of King Nebuchadnezzar II. On display in Istanbul Archaeology Museum in Istanbul, Turkey.
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