- Seated Gudea as Ensi (governor) of Lagash; cuneiform inscriptions on his garment identify him as builder (or refurbisher) of temples, ca. 2150-2100 B.C.E.
- Main Entry
- Mesopotamia (Neo-Sumerian)
- h. 17”
- Location 1
- Metropolitan Museum of Art [#59.2],
- Location 2
- New York
- Textbook Concordance
- Adams 2: 4.13 [cf.]; Adams AAT: 3.19 [cf.]; Gardner 10: 2-14 [cf.]; Gardner 11: 2-15 [cf.]; Hartt 4: 4-12 [cf.]; Trachtenberg: 44 [cf.]
- Photo Date
2296 images/descriptions are openly available.
AICT certifies that the image copies provided hereunder, the originals being the copyrighted intellectual property of art historian and photographer Allan T. Kohl (unless otherwise credited), are licensed for non-profit use as set forth below, and that the art and architectural works documented are, to the best of its knowledge, within the public domain.
[more about AICT licensing...]
- Add to Portfolio