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On the Cult Scenes in the New Babylonian Glyptics, 7th–5th Century BC (Part 2)


Authors:
Kabalan Mukarzel

Pages: 197-221
DOI: https://doi.org/10.54664/HLBS2557

Abstract:

The present research is dedicated to the stamp-seals and their im-pressions with the Neo-Babylonian Cultic scene. The research is ba-sed mainly on published monuments in the collections of Le Louvre (Paris) and Vorderasiatischen Museum (Berlin), added with some artifacts from other museums. A classification of the motive on the monuments is proposed. It is based on the styles used in the art of Mesopotamian glyptics during the First Millennium BCE. Three types of scene’s depiction are de-fined, and the peculiarities of their figural elements are examined. Based on new publications, some additional observations on the chronology of the scene in the period under study are made.

Keywords:

stamp-seal; cultic scene; Neo-Babylonian; style; worshipper; symbol; type

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