3.3 Middle East Africa

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AFRICA:
Egypt, Museum of Egyptian Antiquities
Egypt, Miscellaneous

Africa/Middle East miscellaneous locations

MIDDLE EAST:
Turkey, Istanbul Archaeology Museums
Turkey, Topkapı Palace Museum
Turkey, Miscellaneous
Iran, Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art
Iraq, Baghdad Museum
Syria, Great Mosque
Afghanistan, Kabul Museum
Israel, Jerusalem Museum
Israel, Miscellaneous
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3.3.10 Museum of Egyptian Antiquities
Cairo, Egypt

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Sculpture of Khafre (Chephren)   2570 BCEEgypt Old Kingdom
Statue of King Menkaure with goddesses Hathor and Cynopolis  2551-2523 BCEEgypt Old Kingdom
Tutankhamun, Funerary Mask of  1323 BCEEgypt New Kingdom
A relief of Ramses II from Memphis showing him capturing enemies: a Nubian, a Libyan and a Syrian  1250 BCE
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Egypt New Kingdom
3.3.12 Egypt Miscellaneous

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Sphinx with the Great Pyramid and Albumen print  c2,558–2,532 BCE
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Egypt Old Kingdom
3.3.15 Istanbul Archaeology Museums
Cankurtaran, 34122 Fatih/İstanbul, Turkey

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Ur-Nammu Cylinder Code  2,100-2,050 BCE
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Sumerian
3.3.20 Topkapı Palace Museum
Sultanahmet, Fatih, Istanbul, Turkey

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Jami al-tawarikh (Compendium of Chronicles)Hamadani, Rashid al-Din 1305-6
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Mongol
3.3.22 Turkey Miscellaneous

Şanlıurfa Museum – Image source: alaturkaturkey.com
Urfa Man (the Balıklıgöl statue)  9,000 BCE
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Natufian
3.3.25 Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art
Laleh Park, Tehran, Iran

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Still Life with Head-shaped Vase and Japanese WoodcustGauguin, Paul1889
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Japonism
3.3.30 Iraq Museum
Allawi, Baghdad, Iraq

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Sumerian Female Head (Inanna) Mask of Warka  3,500-3,000 BCESumerian
Sumerian Statuettes, from the Temple of Abu, Tel Asmar  2,700-2,600 BCESumerian
Head of an Akkadian ruler, perhaps Sargon or his grandson Naram-Sin c2,300 BCE
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Akkadian
3.3.32 Syria

Great Mosque – Image source: architecturalmoleskine.blogspot.com
Mosaics, of the Great Mosque  715 CE
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Islamic Golden Age
3.3.35 Kabul Museum
Kabul, Afghanistan

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The Kandahar Edict of Ashoka, a bilingual edict (Greek and Aramaic) by king Ashoka, from Kandahar   269-233 BCE
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Ancient India
3.3.40 Israel Museum
10 HaRav Agan Street, Jerusalem Israel

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Mortar and pestle from Nahal Oren, Natufian  12,500–9500 BCENatufian
Natufian burial  el-Wad Cave, Mount Carmel, Israel  11,700-9,700 BCENatufian
Heimar (edition of six)Noguchi, Isamu 1968
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Sculpture Art
3.3.42 Israel Miscellaneous

Dagon Grain Museum, Haifa – Image source: tripadvisor.co.uk
Mortars from Natufian Culture   [3300-50]

  Natufian
3.3.50 Africa/Middle East miscellaneous locations:

Image: Ife Museum, Nigeria
Source: visitnigerianow.com
South African (Izico) National Museum, Cape TownBlombos cave drawings 71,000 BCE
Taq-i-Bustan, IranIran Golpayegan rock art 5,000 BCE
Ife Museum of Antiquities, Ife, NigeriaYoruba Copper mask for King Obalufon 1300
Sighnagi National Museum, 8 Rustaveli blind-Alley, Signaghi, GeorgiaFeast of the MalakansPirosmani, Niko1905
Royal Family of QatarWhite Center (Yellow, Pink and Lavender on Rose)Rothko, Mark1950

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