Jiroft culture, Shahr-e Soukhteh, Sistan and Baluchistan Province, Iran, 3rd millennium BC

Jiroft culture, Shahr-e Soukhteh, Sistan and Baluchistan Province, Iran, millennium BC.

Elamite Dog Amulet of the goddess Gula, Circa 3rd Millennium BC In ancient Elam, the significance of the dog was related to the goddess Gula, since they were her sacred animals. As the goddess of healing and patroness of doctors, these gold amuletic dogs may have been thought to have healing powers.

Elamite Dog Amulet of the goddess Gula. In ancient Elam, the the dog was related to the goddess Gula, as sacred animals. As the goddess of healing and patroness of doctors, these gold amulet dogs had healing powers.

Ancient & Medieval History - Аssyrian Jewelry Chain (Grave Goods), from Ashur, Middle Assyrian Period, c. 14th-13th Century BC Currently located in the Vorderasiatisches Museum, Berlin.

archaicwonder: “ Assyrian Jewelry Chain (Grave Goods), from Ashur, Middle Assyrian Period, c. Century BC Currently located in the Vorderasiatisches Museum, Berlin. The ancient site of.

Old Elamite Period (2700-1600 BC) - Silver cup from Marvdasht, Fars, with linear-Elamite inscription on it. Late 3rd Millennium BC. National Museum of Iran.

Old Elamite Period BC) - Silver cup from Marvdasht, Fars, with linear-Elamite inscription on it. National Museum of Iran.

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"The Goddess Bastet" of the Ancient Egyptians, from the millennium BC. She is depicted as either a fierce lioness or a woman with the head of a lioness.

Stone Idol, female, Ancient Near East,  3rd millennium B.C.E.

Female Stone Idol Figurine -- Circa 3000 BCE -- Ancient Near East -- No further reference provided.

A WESTERN ASIATIC COPPER HAND WITH DAGGER CIRCA MID-LATE 3RD MILLENNIUM B.C. The right hand clenching the hilt of a short bronze dagger with a triangular blade, with stylized veining on the back of the hand and wrist and remains of silver fingernails

A WESTERN ASIATIC COPPER HAND WITH DAGGER CIRCA MID-LATE 3RD MILLENNIUM B.C. The right hand clenching the hilt of a short bronze dagger with a triangular blade, with stylized veining on the back of the hand and wrist and remains of silver fingernails

Necklace Gold, length 40 cm., diameter of the pendant 5.8 sm. Kakheti, Ananauri Museum	Museum of Georgia Collection	Archaeology Period	Second half of the 3rd millennium B.C

(Millennium Oldest Gold) Oldest Colchis Gold Necklace Pendant. ca half of the millennium BCE.

Standing warrior Period: Early Bronze Age Date: ca. mid-3rd millennium B.C. Geography: Syria-Levant

Standing warrior Period: Early Bronze Age Date: ca. late millennium B. Geography: Syria-Levant Medium: Copper Dimensions: H.

(Millennium Oldest Gold) Oldest Gold Lion figurines. ca 2nd half of the 3rd millennium BCE. Georgian National Museum. Georgia.

Lion figurine Gold, height sm Kakheti, Tsnori Museum Museum of Georgia Collection Archaeology Period Second half of the millennium B.

Mesopotamian Stone Votive Figure, 3rd millennium BCE. "Votive statues in an attitude of prayer originated in Mesopotamia at the beginning of the third millenium BC. They were placed in temples to represent the donor in perpetual prayer before the gods. As this small figure is pierced, it may have been worn as an amulet."

"Votive statues in an attitude of prayer originated in Mesopotamia at the beginning of the third millenium BC. They were placed in temples to represent the donor in perpetual prayer before the gods.

Sumerian or Elamite Lapis Lazuli Eye Inlay, c. 2nd Half of the 3rd Millennium BC(Map of ancient Sumer and Elam )

archaicwonder: “Sumerian or Elamite Lapis Lazuli Eye Inlay, c. Half of the Millennium BC(Map of ancient Sumer and Elam ) ”

Necklace of gold leaf from Ur, Iraq. Sumerian civilization, Early Dynastic period III, 3rd Millennium BC. Artwork-location: Bagdad, National Iraq Museum (Archaeological Museum)

(Millennium Oldest Gold) Sumerian Necklace of Gold leaf from Ur, Iraq. ca Millennium BCE.

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