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Français : Tête en bronze d'un dirigeant acadien
English: Bronze head of a king, most likely Sargon of Akkad but possibly Naram-Sin. Unearthed in Nineveh (now in Iraq). In the Iraqi Museum, Baghdad. Height 30.5 cm.
Magyar: Sarrukint vagy Naram-Színt ábrázoló bronzfej
Italiano: Testa in bronzo di dignitario accadico (forse Sargon di Akkad o Naram-Sin), conservata al Museo nazionale di Baghdad
Date Sculpture: Akkadian period, c. 2300 BC. Photograph: c. 1960s
Source Encyclopedia Britannica Online.
Author Photograph: Iraqi Directorate General of Antiquities

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