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ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE: EBLA, SYRIA SCULPTURE 2ND-1ST MILL.BCE Two warriors embrace before a deity with horned crown and a stern face. Relief (17th BCE) from the long side of a basalt sacrificial basin. See also 08-02-02/27 From Temple N, Ebla, Syria (Middle Bronze Age) National Museum, Aleppo, Syria

Two warriors embrace before a deity with horned crown. Relief century BCE) from the long side of a basalt sacrificial basin, Temple N, Ebla.

Hittite, lion-headed man hunting, Sam-al Zincirli, 850-800 BC, Museum of Oriental Antiquities, İstanbul

Hittite, lion-headed man hunting, Sam-al Zincirli, BC, Museum of…

Hittite, victims ceremony, Karkamış, 900 BC, Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara

Hittite buck bearers frieze BC Museum of Anatolian civilizations, Ankara

Hittite, silver Rhyton, Private collections, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Ekrem Akurgal)   (Erdinç Bakla archive) Detail

Hittite, silver Rhyton, Private collections, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Ekrem Akurgal) (Erdinç Bakla archive) Detail

Aleppo (Halab, Halep) came under Hittite rule in 15th century BCE. In 14th century BCE, after his Syrian campaing, Suppiluliuma I installed his son Telipinu as king of Aleppo. He was succeeded by his son Talmi-Sarruma. However during the empire period Aleppo was overshadowed by Karkamis whose leaders were the Hittite viceroys of Syria. Aleppo was a main center of Storm-God worship.

Aleppo (Halab, Halep) came under Hittite rule in 15th century BCE. In 14th century BCE, after his Syrian campaing, Suppiluliuma I installed his son Telipinu as king of Aleppo. He was succeeded by his son Talmi-Sarruma. However during the empire period Aleppo was overshadowed by Karkamis whose leaders were the Hittite viceroys of Syria. Aleppo was a main center of Storm-God worship.

Hittite, Great King Varpalavas ivriz (Kurt Bittel) (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Hittite, Great King Varpalavas ivriz (Kurt Bittel) (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Ancient Sumerian song recreated from 3,400-year-old cuneiform tablets | RiseEarth

Details of a relief from SW Palace of Sennacherib at Nineveh, ca. 701 BC), instead of a plectrum to pluck the strings, the lyre players use a wooden baton to hit the strings

Middle Babylonian Limestone boundary-stone (kudurru) from 954 B.C. | Andrew's Social Media

Middle Babylonian Limestone boundary-stone (kudurru) from 954 B.C. | Andrew's Social Media

Civilization Ancient Egypt Prehistoric physicians in Egypt had impressive knowledge of the human body and its inner workings treatment of illness disease.

Niuserre Sun Temple - Ni-user-Rê fine raised relief scenes depict representations of the seasons from his Memorial Temple.

Picture & image of a Neo-Hittite orthostat with a chariot Releif sculpture from Karkamis - Turkey.  The Cahiot is pulled by horses with plumed headresses. One man os about to shoot an arrow from his bow, the other man is driving the cahriot. Below the horse is a animal cowering.  | © Paul E Williams 2013

Picture & image of a Neo-Hittite orthostat with a chariot Releif sculpture…

Sumeria Bust of a goddess, perhaps Bau, wearing horned cap. Limestone, Neo-Sumerian period (2150-2100 BC). From Telloh, ancient Girsu. Louvre

Sumeria Bust of a goddess, perhaps Bau, wearing horned cap. From Telloh, ancient Girsu.

Hettite, moulds for metal, Kültepe Kaniş (Tahsin Özgüç) (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Hettite, moulds for metal, Kültepe Kaniş (Tahsin Özgüç) (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Nevali Çori, es un asentamiento neolítico cerca del río Eufrates, 500 años posterior a Göbekli Tepe.

Anatolia: Catal huyuk and Gobekli Tepe - The ancient Black people of Turkey

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