1. List Modern And Ancient Examples Of Urban Cultural Symbols.
How things changed since the Assyrians built their Lamassu to adorn city gates?
2. The wall relief of Assurnasirpal killing lions, and the cave paintings of Lascaux both show animals and their relationship to people.
What has changed and why?
Who was the audience for these pieces.
3. The Sumerians developed the earliest known writing system.
What is it called and on what kind of surface was it first written?
4. How is the statue of Gudea of lagash like/unlike the earlier statues from the Square Temple Eshnunna?
5. How is the great lyre with bull's head from Ur like a Disney movie?
What does it show?
6. What is distinctive about register on the stele of Naramsian?
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1. List Modern and Ancient Examples of Urban Cultural Symbols. How have things changed since the Assyrians built their Lamassu to adorn city gates?
The following is a list of modern and ancient examples of Urban Cultural Symbols: Tahir Square, in Cairo, Egypt (circa 19th Century C.E.) has recently been a space of social and political unrest, communicating in a large public place, public dissent, while the the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, Turkey (537 C.E.) is a major urban symbolism of Islam (although it originally served as a Christian Church), and The Statue of Liberty in New York City, United States (1886 C.E.) is an urban symbolism for American Democracy, and the Obelisco de Buenos Aires, Argentina (1936 C.E) serves like the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France an orientation, while the Pantheon in Athens, Greece (432 B.C.E) represents a place where great number of people came to make offerings, a practice that has continued in various forms of pantheons since that time. The Pantheon in Athens and the Lamassu the Assyrians built to adorn their city gates were meant to be protective structures....
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