Ancient Mari Artefacts - Louvre Museum - Pictures & Images { 20 images } Created 31 Jan 2015

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Pictures images & photos of Mari Sculpture exhibited at the Louvre Museum Paris. Photos against a warm art background. This picture gallery shows the gypsum, schist, shells and lapis lazuli statue of Ebih-Il, early Dynastic; Shakkanakku (military governor) of the ancient city-state of Mari in present day eastern Syria, dating from circa 2340 BC or from the Akkadian period of rule Circa 2250 BC.. The statue carries a cuneiform inscription in Akkadian. Excavated from; the temple of Ishtar at Mari by André Parrot in 1934-1935 the statue measures; 52.5 cm (20.7 in) high; 20.6 cm (8.1 in) wide and 30 cm (11.8 in) deep. Pictures and images of Mari Sculpture from the Louvre can be bought on line asBuy as high resolution royalty free stock photos to download on line or as photo art prints. Non editorial right must be obtained from the Louvre Paris.

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