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Mesopotamia

Silver Vase with Cuneiform

Silver Vase with Cuneiform, Mesopotamia
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Silver Vase with Cuneiform (Vase dédié par Entemena, roi de Lagash) is a Mesopotamian Silver and Copper Decorative Artwork created in 2400 BCE. It lives at the Musée du Louvre in Paris. The image is in the Public Domain, and tagged Cuneiform and Vessels. SourceDownload

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Vase dedicated by Entemena, king of Lagash, to Ningirsu. Found in Telloh, ancient city of Girsu.

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