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Art History Slide Response Guide Examine the Seated Gudea and
Examine the Seated Gudea and Khafre slides closely. Make note of the following details: I. Representations of the body.
The statues of Gudea in the Louvre
The Berlin Reconstruction of Gudea Stela Top ST.1-2. Image source: Suter Gudea, Prince de Lagash, Pays de Sumer, 2350 à 2000 av.
GUDEA'S INSCRIBED STATUES: Performativity • Liminal Surface
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New Mithraic Monuments from Poje]ena, Romania
Nicolaie Gudea and Ovidiu Bozu. During the first half of April 1976 a tower which see Gudea, I975: 333-343) (see fig. 1).

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Gudea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gudea was a ruler (ensi) of the state of Lagash in Southern Mesopotamia who ruled ca. 2144 - 2124 BC.
Statues of Gudea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Statue P at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Seated statue of Gudea [Probably Tello (ancient Girsu), southern
The city-state of Lagash produced a remarkable number of statues of its kings as well as Sumerian literary hymns and prayers under the rule of Gudea (ca.
Gudea, prince of Lagash, seated statue dedicated to the god
Gudea, prince of the independent kingdom of Lagash in the late 3rd millennium, is known for his piety and prolific building of temples.
The Tower of Babel and Babylon, Gilgamesh, Ningizzida, Gudea
Seen below is the Libation Cup of King Gudea of Lagash (an ornamental Sumerian ritual cup) ca. 2000 B.C.

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