Template:Processional Way, Babylon - Google Art Project

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Artist unknown artist
Details of artist on Google Art Project
Title Processional Way, Babylon
Object type Moulded relief in parts
Description
Image of a lion made of clay bricks.
Date (604 BCE - 562 BCE)
Medium Fired clay bricks with polychrome glaze, moulded relief in parts
English: Fired clay bricks with polychrome glaze, moulded relief in parts
Dimensions Height: 12,500 mm (492.13 in). Width: 20,000 mm (787.4 in).
(Inventory)Pergamon Museum Link back to Institution infobox template wikidata:Q157298
Pergamonmuseum Front.jpg
Native name Pergamonmuseum
Location Berlin
Coordinates 52° 31′ 15″ N, 13° 23′ 47″ E Link to OpenStreetMap  Link to Google Maps
Established
Website www.pergamon.de
Authority control
Level Principal Floor (Details of level on Google Art Project) room Processional Way of Babylon / Ishtar Gate of Babylon / Stelae from Assur (Details of room on Google Art Project)
Accession number VA Bab 1379-1402
Source/Photographer QAFcGuAYEoi2sA at Google Cultural Institute zoom level scaled down from maximum
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