domingo, 31 de enero de 2010

[AE-ES] Video Asuán

Icono de Hans Ollermann

Galería de Hans Ollermann

Oriental Institute, Chicago

2008_0923_180529AB The Oriental Institute, Chicago


2008_0923_180529AB The Oriental Institute, Chicago por Hans  Ollermann.

Striding lion scene from Babylon (Tell Amran).in Iraq.
Reign of King Nebuchadnezzar II (605-562 B.C.),the kingdom of Neo-Babylonia's last important ruler. The city of his time became famous for the "hanging gardens".
The main road which followed the Euphrates, entered the city by the Ishtar Gate. The wall surface near the gate was decorated with the figures of bulls and dragons, representations of Adad and Marduk. The lions decorated the surface around the gate of his palace.
Oriental Institute, Chicago.

2008_0923_180540AB The Oriental Institute, Chicago


2008_0923_180540AB The Oriental Institute, Chicago por Hans  Ollermann.
Striding lion scene from Babylon (Tell Amran).in Iraq.
Reign of King Nebuchadnezzar II (605-562 B.C.),the kingdom of Neo-Babylonia's last important ruler. The city of his time became famous for the "hanging gardens".
The main road which followed the Euphrates, entered the city by the Ishtar Gate. The wall surface near the gate was decorated with the figures of bulls and dragons, representations of Adad and Marduk. The lions decorated the surface around the gate of his palace.
Oriental Institute, Chicago.

2008_0923_180548AB The Oriental Institute, Chicago


2008_0923_180548AB The Oriental Institute, Chicago por Hans  Ollermann.
Striding lion scene from Babylon (Tell Amran).in Iraq.
Reign of King Nebuchadnezzar II (605-562 B.C.),the kingdom of Neo-Babylonia's last important ruler. The city of his time became famous for the "hanging gardens".
The main road which followed the Euphrates, entered the city by the Ishtar Gate. The wall surface near the gate was decorated with the figures of bulls and dragons, representations of Adad and Marduk. The lions decorated the surface around the gate of his palace.
Oriental Institute, Chicago.

2008_0923_180553AB The Oriental Institute, Chicago


2008_0923_180553AB The Oriental Institute, Chicago por Hans  Ollermann.
Striding lion scene from Babylon (Tell Amran).in Iraq.
Reign of King Nebuchadnezzar II (605-562 B.C.),the kingdom of Neo-Babylonia's last important ruler. The city of his time became famous for the "hanging gardens".
The main road which followed the Euphrates, entered the city by the Ishtar Gate. The wall surface near the gate was decorated with the figures of bulls and dragons, representations of Adad and Marduk. The lions decorated the surface around the gate of his palace.
Oriental Institute, Chicago.

2008_0923_180601AB The Oriental Institute, Chicago


2008_0923_180601AB The Oriental Institute, Chicago por Hans  Ollermann.
Striding lion scene from Babylon (Tell Amran).in Iraq.
Reign of King Nebuchadnezzar II (605-562 B.C.),the kingdom of Neo-Babylonia's last important ruler. The city of his time became famous for the "hanging gardens".
The main road which followed the Euphrates, entered the city by the Ishtar Gate. The wall surface near the gate was decorated with the figures of bulls and dragons, representations of Adad and Marduk. The lions decorated the surface around the gate of his palace.
Oriental Institute, Chicago.


Comparto un video más de los trabajos de los arqueólogos españoles de la Universidad de Jaen está en español, Asuán es donde se desarrolla la novela que he escrito.


> http://video.google.es/videoplay?docid=1957756528017541106&ei=6ybYSvDxH5XS-AaB07yxCg&q=qubbet%20el-hawa&hl=es#

Saludos cordiales,

Mariela Taibo

Montevideo-Uruguay



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