"The Ishtar Gate or Lions Gate of Ancient Babylon, one of the best preserved ancient artifact in the world." www.bradtguides.com

The Ishtar Gate or Lions Gate of Ancient Babylon, one of the best preserved ancient artifact in the world, at the Pergamon Museum, Berlin.

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Gate of Babylon by najtkriss on Deviantart. Such beautiful colours!

Ishtar Gate, the eighth gate to the inner city of Babylon. Shown is a reconstruction in the Pergamon Museum (Berlin).

Ishtar Gate, the eighth gate to the inner city of Babylon. Shown is a reconstruction in the Pergamon Museum (Berlin). Seen it in person!

Ishtar Gate The Ishtar Gate (Arabic: بوابة عشتار‎) was the eighth gate to the inner city of Babylon. It was constructed in about 575 BC by order of King Nebuchadnezzar II on the north side of the city. It was excavated in the early 20th century and a reconstruction using original bricks is now shown in the Pergamon Museum, Berlin

Ishtar Gate, which adorned Babylon in the century BC. This photo shows the gate as it appeared in It was originally built by King Nebuchadnezzar II.

The Magnificent Ishtar Gate of Babylon. This was one of the 7-Wonders of the Ancient World, with all of the various sections.

The Ishtar Gate was the eighth gate of the city of Babylon (in present day Iraq) and was the main entrance into the great city. It was a sight to behold; the gate was covered in lapis lazuli glazed br

Gate of Babylon: King's Treasure (王の財宝ゲート・オブ・バビロン, Ō no ZaihōGēto obu Babiron) is the golden key that connects to the "Golden Capital", the "King's Treasury" of Gilgamesh. It connects the space of reality to the vault, opening an "invisible door" that allows for the contents to pass through upon the user's command. Allowing for easy access to the items of the treasury, he is able to pick and utilize them as he pleases. The rank of the Noble Phantasm changes from "E~A++" due it reflecting...

Gate of Babylon

Gate of Babylon: King's Treasure (王の財宝ゲート・オブ・バビロン, Ō no ZaihōGēto obu Babiron) is the golden key that connects to the "Golden Capital", the "King's Treasury" of Gilgamesh. It connects the space of reality to the vault, opening an "invisible door" that allows for the contents to pass through upon the user's command. Allowing for easy access to the items of the treasury, he is able to pick and utilize them as he pleases. The rank of the Noble Phantasm changes from "E~A++" due it reflecting...

One of the Winged lions from the city gates. Babylon was an ancient city on the left bank of the Euphrates, about 70 m. S. of Bagdad. "Babylon" is the Greek form of Babel or Bab-ili, "the gate of the god" (sometimes incorrectly written "of the gods"), which again is the Semitic translation of the original Sumerian name Ka-dimirra.

Human-headed winged lion (lamassu), b. Neo-Assyrian period, reign of Ashurnasirpal II Excavated at Nimrud (ancient Kalhu), northern Mesopotamia Alabaster (gypsum). i belive this is the one i saw at the British museum in London.

Babylon,  (Irak) - Some 90 kilometres south of modern Bagdhad lies the ruins of ancient Babylon, the original name of which, bab-ili, may be translated as the Gate of the Gods. - http://www.oddee.com/item_96671.aspx

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Babylon, (Iraq) - Some 90 kilometres south of modern Bagdhad lies the ruins of ancient Babylon, the original name of which, bab-ili, may be translated as the Gate of the Gods.

alscientist: “lion-of-babylon: “ The Ishtar Gate, main gate of Babylon built during the reign of Nebuchadnezzar II (605-562 BCE). Enamelled tiles, mythical animals, lions, and gods embellish the gate which was dedicated to goddess Ishtar of Babylon,...

lion-of-babylon: “ The Ishtar Gate, main gate of Babylon built during the reign of Nebuchadnezzar II BCE). Enamelled tiles, mythical animals, lions, and gods embellish the gate which was.

The Ishtar Gate was the eighth gate to the inner city of Babylon. It was constructed in about 575 BC, and edicated to the Babylonian goddess Ishtar,

The Ishtar Gate was the eighth gate to the inner city of Babylon. It was constructed in about 575 BC, and edicated to the Babylonian goddess Ishtar. Reconstruction of the Ishtar Gate at the Berlin Museum.

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