Dr. Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin FRCP(Edinburgh), FRCP(Glasgow), FRCP(Ireland), FRCP(London), FACP, FAHA. I'm very interested in photography; I take photos of archaeological and ancient sites as well as artifacts housed in museums. But, I'm an associate professor of neurology and consultant neurologist!
My article and photos about the newly discovered tablet V of the Epic of Gilgamesh on the Ancient History Encyclopedia, in September 2015, drew the attention of the World to this hidden gem.
My main focus is Mesopotamian history; I contributed quite a few high-quality images of Mesopotamian artifacts, ancient Mesopotamian cities, Paleolithic caves in Iraq, and rock reliefs. I've published many articles in several websites about Mesopotamia. I'm also interested in ancient Egypt! But, I have contributed to almost all World's civilizations.
I use Nikon D90, Nikon D610, and Nikon D750 cameras, with several lenses.
Naram-Sin Rock Relief at Darband-i-Gawr, Qaradagh Mountain, Sulaymaniyah. Iraq
Tablet V of the Epic of Gligamesh
Cuneiform inscriptions, Stela of Iddi-Sin, king of Simurrum.
An Inscribed stand's head, early dynastic period.
Room 17, the Nereid Monument at the British Museum, London. An actress performs a play in front of the monument
An actress performing a play. She wears a laurel wreath and stands in front of a statue of a woman from the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus. Room 21, The British Museum, London
Earrings from Shulgi
Tablet of Shulgi
Bust of Michael Collins at Merrion Square Park, Dublin, Ireland.]]
The Assyrian king Shalmaneser III receives tribute from Sua, king of Gilzanu, The Black Obelisk.
Cylinder of Nabonidus from the temple of God Sin at UR, Mesopotamia. .]]
One of the rooms at the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, London. The so-called "mummy portraits" are seen on the left, within their displaying case
The facade of Sir John Soane's Museum, note the queue. You should switch off your mobile phone. No photography is allowed. You should put your hand bag, camera, etc within a plastic bag at the entry of the building
Statue of The Thinker, 1880 CE.
General view of one of the halls. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow, Scotland
Marble busts of Hadrian (left, 117-138 CE, probably from Rome) and Antinous (right, 130-138 CE, from Rome). Antinous was Hadrian's lover. He met Hadrian in 120s CE and died in the Nile, Egypt, in 130 CE. The British Museum, London
Henri IV on Horseback Trampling his Enemy. Bronze, circa 1615-1620 CE. From France, probably Paris. The Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Bust of Josephine Bonaparte, c. 1808 CE. Marble, from Paris, France. By Joseph Chinard. Bequeathed by Miss F.H. Spiers. The Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Limestone trial piece of a private person. Head of a princess on the reverse. Reign of Akhenaten. From Amarna, Egypt. Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, UCL, London
Upper part of a statuette of an Egyptian man and his wife. 18th Dynasty. From Egypt. From the Amelia Edwards Collection. Now housed in the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, London
Carved wooden figure of Job. Probably from Germany, 1750-1850 CE. The Wellcome Collection, London
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