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The original is in Ankara Anatolian Civilizations Museum. It is a Hittite work. The hieroglyphic Luwian inscription depicts a lion hunt scene. Photographed for the first time by D.HOGARTA in 1894. David Hawkins reads the inscription
These shots belong to WASU (?) -Run Tiyas (?), the lord of Malizi (Malatya) City, Halpa Sulupis, the grandson of Taras, Son of the King. It was found in Malatya Arslantepe. B.C. It is dated to the 11th century. It is carved into limestone. The lion hunting scene you will buy is height: 11cm, width: 22.5cm. Made of concrete for a natural look. Hand painted by artists. Our products are carefully packed against breakage. By purchasing this product, you will feel the breeze of Antiquity in your home and office.

Hittite Lion Hunt Relief - Orthostat - Home / Office Decor

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