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Arte en Mesopotamia

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Antonio Canela

on 28 September 2016

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Transcript of Arte en Mesopotamia

Puertas de Ishtar de Babilonia
Estela de Naram-Sim
Zigurat de Ur
Arte en Mesopotamia
Leona herida de Assurbanipal
IV milenio al 538 a.C.
Siglo VI a.C. Nabucodonosor II
Zigurat de Ur. 2112-2047 a.C.
(Arenisca rosada) 2270-2230 a.C.
(Alabastro) 650 a.C.
Cerámica vidriada

Código de Hammurabi
Basalto, 1728 a. C.
El dios Shamash, el dios de la Justicia, entrega las leyes al rey Hammurabi.
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