Babylonian clay plaque depicting a man with a ram, 1800 B.C.

Representation of a man with a ram. These types of terracotta objects were produced from molds and represent an art form available to a wide audience. They have been excavated in temples and sanctuaries of private homes. Their subjects vary widely, including religious images, mythological and erotic scenes as well as representations of rulers and gods.


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