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Zigurat de Ur, en Mesopotamia (Irak, 2006); tiene aprox. 30 mts de altura

Zigurat de Ur, en Mesopotamia (Irak, 2006); tiene aprox. 30 mts de altura

Zigurat Creación :: Complementos / Esculturas. Caras esféricas. Fibra de vidrio y resinas. Diversos acabados. Medidas de 30 a 100cm.

Zigurat Creación :: Complementos / Esculturas. Caras esféricas. Fibra de vidrio y resinas. Diversos acabados. Medidas de 30 a 100cm.

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ur_zigurat2.jpg (3758×2600)

Zigurat Creación :: Hostelería / Iluminación. Lámpara Óvalo en pie curvo.

Zigurat Creación :: Hostelería / Iluminación. Lámpara Óvalo en pie curvo.

Borsippa: antiguo zigurat.

Borsippa was an important ancient city of Sumer, built on both sides of a lake about km mi) southwest of Babylon on the east bank of the Euphrates.

Buddha. Kamakura, Japan.

“One of the beautiful things about Buddhism is that it does not worship Buddha as a god or deity, but instead celebrates the Buddha as an example of a normal person like you and me who applied a good.

Isis Holding a Cobra late 1st century BC-AD 2nd century (Roman)

Isis Holding a Cobra, late century BC-AD century (Roman), bronze. Courtesy & currently located at the Walters Art Museum, USA: “ This attire of the Egyptian goddess Isis features the.

Ancient Ireland: Viking Dublin

The Viking Age in Ireland began in 795 when the Viking sea kings pillaged the Christian monasteries on the island’s west coast. By the Viking raids in Ireland began to change.

LARP costumeLARP costume Page 2 of 126 A place to rate and find ideas about LARP costumes. Anything that enhances the look of the character including clothing, armour, makeup and weapons if it encourages immersion for everyone.

The Corleck head. This carved stone head probably dates from the Early Iron Age. Containing three faces, it was discovered in the townland of Drumeague, Co. Cavan and probably represents a Celtic deity.

'The Corleck Head' -- This carved stone head probably dates from the Early Iron Age. Containing three faces, it was discovered in the townland of Drumeague, Co. Cavan & likely represents a Celtic deity -- Belonging to The National Museum of Ireland.