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Humans Showing Tenderness to Others in Violent Times An East German soldier ignores orders to let no one pass and helps a boy, who was found on the opposite side from his family, cross the newly formed 'Berlin Wall'. [Cold War, 1961] Read more at http://izismile.com/2014/08/19/humans_showing_tenderness_to_others_in_violent_times_40_pics.html#QCpoDEgiuURuo1c7.99

Humans Showing Tenderness to Others in Violent Times An East German soldier ignores orders to let no one pass and helps a boy, who was found on the opposite side from his family, cross the newly formed 'Berlin Wall'. [Cold War, 1961] Read more at http://izismile.com/2014/08/19/humans_showing_tenderness_to_others_in_violent_times_40_pics.html#QCpoDEgiuURuo1c7.99

Victory stele of Naram-Sin, King of Akkad, over the mountain-dwelling Lullubi, Akkadian Period, c.2230 BC (pink sandstone)

Victory stele of Naram-Sin, King of Akkad, over the mountain-dwelling Lullubi, Akkadian Period, c.2230 BC (pink sandstone)

Molded plaque: couple, Isin-Larsa-early Old Babylonian, ca. 2000-1700 B.C. Southern Mesopotamia. Ceramic.

Molded plaque: couple, Isin-Larsa-early Old Babylonian, ca. 2000-1700 B.C. Southern Mesopotamia. Ceramic.

Stele of Hammurabi, c. 1,780 BCE. Note: Early example of foreshortenning technique in the Shamash (sun god) figure to the right

Stele of Hammurabi, c. 1,780 BCE. Note: Early example of foreshortenning technique in the Shamash (sun god) figure to the right

Cuniform - Sumerian tablet - Early Dynastic period 2500 - 700 BC

Cuniform - Sumerian tablet - Early Dynastic period 2500 - 700 BC

Akkadian sculpture -  Mesopotamia, 2350 to 2000 BCE

Akkadian sculpture - Mesopotamia, 2350 to 2000 BCE

Ancient Mesopotamian Art | in ancient mesopotamian art the two regions were connected by trade

Ancient Mesopotamian Art | in ancient mesopotamian art the two regions were connected by trade

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