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Tablet Gallery

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Choose from 63 pictures in our Tablet collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Ur III clay administrative tablet, impressed with the scribes seal, which depicts Featured Print

Ur III clay administrative tablet, impressed with the scribes seal, which depicts

Ur III clay administrative tablet, impressed with the scribe's seal, which depicts a goddess leading a worshipper and the text Ur-Gigir, scribe, son of Barran. The main text, on the reverse, lists ploughmen employed by the state with the quantities of land assigned to them as wages. Reverse view. Culture: Sumerian. Date/Period: Ur III c. 2044 BC. Place of Origin: Sumeria, Ancient Iraq. Material Size: clay l = 14.9 cms. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Sold at Christie's London (1996) . Location: 08

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The Adoration of the Trinity (The Landauer Altarpiece), 1511. Artist: Albrecht Durer Featured Print

The Adoration of the Trinity (The Landauer Altarpiece), 1511. Artist: Albrecht Durer

The Adoration of the Trinity (The Landauer Altarpiece), 1511. This picture shows the Holy Trinity in glory, worshipped by all the saints. In the upper zone the Trinity of God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are flanked by Angels carrying the instruments of Christ's passion. Below them on the left are the female saints led by the Virgin Mary. On the right are the male saints led by John the Baptist, and Old Testament figures including Moses holding the Tablets of the Law and King David playing the harp. In the bottom zone are Popes and Cardinals, Kings, Princes and commoners floating on clouds. Durer has painted a self portrait pointing to a tablet with date and signature (bottom right). From the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

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Cuneiform tablet barley rations, 1st Dynasty of Lagash, about 2350-2200 BC Featured Print

Cuneiform tablet barley rations, 1st Dynasty of Lagash, about 2350-2200 BC

Cuneiform tablet recording barley rations, 1st Dynasty of Lagash, about 2350-2200 BC, from Tello (ancient Girsu), southern Iraq. This cuneiform tablet records in Sumerian the distribution of barley as rations to about two hundred workmen and their children by the Temple of Bau. The goddess Bau (or Baba) was the wife of Ningirsu, the supreme god of the city Lagash. The temple referred to here was at Girsu, a town within the city-state of Lagash. From the British Museum's collection, 23rd century BC

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