You are here

Ancient Near Eastern Seals & Tablets

Pattern of Two Running Goats

Pattern of Two Running Goats, One Above the Other

(ca. 2900–2750 B.C.)
Seal no. 48

Hero Grasping Bull and Mouflon

Hero Grasping Bull and Mouflon Menaced by a Lion Attacked by a Second Hero

(ca. 2750–2600 B.C.)
Seal no. 52

Three Demons Whose Legs Are Foreparts

Three Demons Whose Legs Are Foreparts of Merged Lions Whose Tails End In Serpent Heads

(ca. 2750–2600 B.C.)
Seal no. 59

Lion-Armed Demon with Human Torso and Legs

Lion-Armed Demon with Human Torso and Legs; Two Scorpions; Small Seated Figure, and Crossed Lions

(ca. 2750–2600 B.C.)
Seal no. 61

Horned Deity (?) Seated Before a Shrine

Horned Deity (?) Seated Before a Shrine, with a Nude Hero Attacking a Lion; Entwined Lion-Headed Snakes

(ca. 2750–2600 B.C.)
Seal no. 62

Seated Figures Drinking Through Tubes

Seated Figures Drinking Through Tubes; Eagle Between Small Animals, with a Boar and Scorpion

(ca. 2600–2334 B.C.)
Seal no. 112

Bull Man Protecting Horned Animals Attacked Felines

Bull Man Protecting Horned Animals Attacked Felines; Scorpion Above Crossed Felines

(ca. 2600–2334 B.C.)
Seal no. 75

Heroes Protecting Animals From Felines

Heroes Protecting Animals From Felines

(ca.2600–2334 B.C.)
Seal no. 80

Kilted Hero Attacking Felines Menacing Horned Animals

Kilted Hero Attacking Felines Menacing Horned Animals; Human-Headed Bull Below Empty Space

(ca. 2600–2334 B.C.)
Seal no. 85

Crowned Hero Grasping Bull

Crowned Hero Grasping Bull; Nude Bearded Hero Holding Human-Headed Bulls

(ca. 2334–2154 B.C.)
Seal no. 149

Pages

Subscribe to Ancient Near Eastern Seals & Tablets