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  Name Artist/Origin Date Material
Female FigureFemale FigureUnknown artist (probably Syrian), Nimrud, IraqNeo-Assyrian, ca. 8th century BCEIvory
Basin (known as the Baptistère of Saint Louis)Basin (known as the Baptistère of Saint Louis)Mohammed ibn al-Zain (Egyptian or Syrian)Mamluk Period, ca. 1320–1340Brass inlaid with silver and gold
Procession of Tribute BearersProcession of Tribute BearersUnknown artist(s), PersepolisAchaemenid Period, 559–330 BCEStone relief
Portrait of Fath ‘Ali ShahPortrait of Fath ‘Ali ShahMirza Baba (Persian, active 1789–1810)1798–99Oil on canvas
Royal Portrait Head (“Head of Sargon the Great”)Royal Portrait Head (“Head of Sargon the Great”)Unknown artist, NinevehAkkadian Period, ca. 2300–2200 BCEBronze
Ruins of the White Temple and ZigguratRuins of the White Temple and ZigguratUnknown artist(s). Uruk, Mesopotamiaca. 3200–3000 BCEBrick
“Alexander Fights the Monster of Habash” from the Shahnama“Alexander Fights the Monster of Habash” from the ShahnamaUnknown artist, Tabriz, IranBefore 1335Opaque watercolor, gold, and ink on paper
Dish with Grape DesignDish with Grape DesignUnknown artist, Iznik, TurkeyOttoman period, late 16th centuryStone-paste painted under colorless glaze
Hagia Sophia (exterior)Hagia Sophia (exterior)Anthemius of Tralles (Greek, active 6th c.) and Isidorus of Miletus (Greek, active 6th c.) (architects)Begun 532–537Brick, stone, stucco, and other materials
Battle of Til-Tuba (Battle of the River Ulai) (detail)Battle of Til-Tuba (Battle of the River Ulai) (detail)Unknown artist(s), Nineveh, IraqNeo-Assyrian, ca. 660–650 BCELimestone relief
Ka’baKa’baUnknown architect(s), MeccaRebuilt multiple times; latest 17th centuryGranite and marble, covered with silk

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