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    Cylinder seal and imprint from Mari, Archaic Dynasties. Top register: agricultural scene, milking cows, goats. Bottom register: Human-headed bull between two heroes with maces;eagle with lion-head. H: 4,3 cm AO 10920


    Bulls with wings and human heads, benign genii and gate-keepers in the palace of king Sargon II of Assur (722-705), Khorsabad. H: 400 cm AO 19858


    The treasure of Nagyszentmiklos.The gold treasure found in 1799 in Nagyszentmiklos (now Sinicolaul in Romania)consists of 23 pure gold vessels weighing a total of 10 kg.Two vessels with bulls' heads, detail.


    Cylinder seal and imrpint, Syro-Hittite, 12th BCE. Deity standing on a bull facing another deity on a horse-like animal. From Northern Syria. Haematite, AO 558


    Bull-Jumping, 2nd Mill.BCE

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    The Uruk Vase - detail. See also 08-02-05/56,57. Men bearing gifts to the goddess Inanna (Innin), a bull and agricultural products. Limestone, around 2.900 BCE

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    The rape of Europe, 1774 Canvas, 160,5 x 193,5 cm INV. 2714


    Bison with human face. Carved wooden core with gold foil, hair made of steatite. Around 2.250 BCE From Ebla, Tel Madrich, Palace G 4,2 x 5 x 1,8 cm Inv. Aleppo TM 76 G 850


    The treasure of Nagyszentmiklos.The gold treasure found in 1799 in Nagyszentmiklos (now Sinicolaul in Romania)consists of 23 pure gold vessels weighing a total of 10 kg.Two vessels with bulls' heads.


    The signs of the Zodiac from the mosaic floor of the cathedral of Otranto, southern Italy. November: preparing for winter by chopping fore wood, storing bread, ham and wine. December: killing a bull, fattening a pig. The mosaic was completed in 1166. See also 40-11-24/36-46


    Vessel in the form of a winged man-bull. Terracotta with red and white paint. Karanovo Culture, Neolithic (5th mill. BCE). From Goljam Izvor, Bulgaria. Height 16 cm Inv. 223


    The Ishtar Gate, the main gate of Babylon built during the reign of Nebuchadnezzar II (605-562 BCE). Glazed tiles with mythical animals, bulls and griffins. The gate was dedicated to the goddess Ishtar, a mother- and love goddess related to Astarte and Tanit.


    Cylinder seal and imprint, Neo-Babylonian (612-539 BCE) Gilgamesh fighting a bull; shepherd and mountain goats. Cornelian, H: 3,4 cm AO 4770


    Bull with wings, human face and tiara; a benevolent genius and guardian of the palace doors, called shedu or lamassu.From the palace of Sargon, Khorsabad. H: 410 cm AO 19860

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    A procession leading a sacrificial bull to the altar, a man playing the aulos. Black-figured hydria (around 540 BCE) Inv. F 10


    A sacrifice. A bull, a garland hanging from his horns, is led to the altar. Red-figured pelike. Same pelike as 10-03-03/7 and 8 Inv. 1144

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    Top of a Roman standard with Jupiter Dolichenus motif. Top: Roman eagle. Centre: Jupiter Dolichenus standing on a bull, Juno on a hind. From Koemloed, Hungary Bronze, 36 cm


    A bull. Bronze figurine with iron inlays from the cave at Byci Skala, Czechoslovakia. Length: 10.5 cm


    The storm-god Adad standing on a bull, brandishing a flash of lightning. Reign of Tiglath-Pileser. The god wears the kaunakes,a garment draped over one shoulder. From Arslan-Tash, North Syria. Basalt, H:136 cm AO 13 092


    Mountain-god and two bulls with human heads and arms. Basalt bas-relief on a socle (13th BCE) from Ain Dara, north of Aleppo, Syria


    Bull. Enameled tile and ceramic brick. Detail from the Ishtar Gate, Babylon, Mesopotamia Period of Nebuchadnezzar II (605-562 BCE)


    Leg of a throne, on a crouching animal, half lion half bull. From the temple of Khaldi in Toprakkale, Turkey. Bronze AO 1500


    Cylinder seal and imprint, Assyrian. Two figures around an altar; above the altar a solar disk with wings; a god on a bull. Agate, H: 3 cm AO 22347


    Murals in the Hall of the Zodiac,Palazzo d'Arco in Mantova.In the early 16th century the palace belonged to Luigi Gonzaga (1500-1532).Toro,the bull:a bucolic scene;Pan playing the flute,little Jupiter nursed by the goat Amalthea;far background:the rape of Europa.


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