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English: Jasper cylinder seal: monstrous lions and lion-headed eagles, Mesopotamia, Uruk Period (4100 BC–3000 BC).
Français : Sceau-cylindre en jaspe : lions monstrueux et aigles à tête de lion, période d'Uruk (4100–3000 av. J.-C.).
Department of Oriental Antiquities, Richelieu wing, ground floor, room 1a, case 2
Accession number MNB 1167
Credit line Purchase, 1877
Source/Photographer Marie-Lan Nguyen (2010)


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