Topkapi Museum of Istanbul



Portal lion Hittite 8th c BC

Inscription. Yemen 6th AD

Nabatean sundial Maidan Saleh 1th BC Aramaic (12 part division

Ishtar Gate of Babylon


Ishtar Gate of Babylon

Ishtar Gate of Babylon

Storm god Hadad of Aleppo Hittite 9th c BC (taken to Babylon by Nab II)

Warrior Hittite 9th c BC


Banquet Hittite 9th c BC

Banquet Hittite 9th c BC

Inscription hieroglyphic Hittite 9th c BC

Colossal statue Hittite 9th c BC


Procession

Base of colossal statue

Base of pillar from palace

Portal lion


Musicians

Chariot

Asssyrian Hdatu 8th c BC: Soldiers

Chariot


Soldiers

Funerary stele of Palace official founder of city, Assyria 8th c BC

Funerary stele

Funerary stele


Persian Anatolian 5th c BC

Pergamum 3th BC

Marsyas 3rd BC

Hermaphroditus 3rd BC


Colossal head of Sappho

Apollo of Miletus 2nd AD

Oceanus of Ephesus 2nd AD

Athena of Aphrodisias 2nd AD


Royal necropolis of Sidon: Alexander Sarcophagus 4th BC (made for Sidon's king Abdalonymos), originally polychromatic (left knight is Alexander)

Alexander Sarcophagus

Alexander Sarcophagus (Persian soldier-Macedonian soldier-King-M-M-Persoan)

Alexander Sarcophagus


Troy: I 3000-2500

Troy: II 2500-2300

Troy: III 2300-2100

Troy: IV 2100-1900


Troy: VI 1700-1250

Troy: VII 1230-1000 or Troy: VIII 900-400

Phrygians (IndoEuropeans) of Anatolia 750-546 BC: Cybele, the mother goddess

Phrygians of Anatolia 750-546 BC: Rock-cut tomb


Phrygians of Anatolia 750-546 BC: Cybele

Phrygians of Anatolia 750-546 BC: Cybele

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