20 nov 08

Tell Halaf(Guzana)

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Es un importante  yacimiento arqueológico en la provincia siria de  Al Hasakah , cerca de la frontera turca, donde se hallaron  los primeros restos de una cultura neolítica que se llamó Cultura de   Halafiujos , caracterizada por la cerámica vidriada con dibujos geométricos y animales.

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Vaso de Cerámica, Tell Halaf ( Tell Hassan, V. M. a.C.)

 

Bowl, 7th–6th millennium B.C., Halaf period
Syria, Tell Halaf
Ceramic; 3.23 in. (8.2 cm)
Purchase, Colt Archaeological Institute Inc. Gift, 1983 (1983.407),Metroplitan Museum of Art,N.Y.

                      Estatuilla femenina sujetándose los senos, Tell Halaf

 

El yacimientos data del VI milenio a C. y más tarde se localiza alli la Ciudad-Estado aramea de Guzana o Gozan.

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Orthostat relief: seated figure holding a lotus flower
Limestone
North Syria, excavated at Tell Halaf, south wall of the Temple Palace
Neo-Hittite period, 850-830 BC,Metropolitan Museum, N.Y

                                                          

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  •                                 Späthethitisches Orthostaten- relief von Tell Halaf, Genien mit Flügelsonne
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    Hunting scene relief in basalt  found at Tell Halaf, dated 850–830 BC

    © oronoz (www.oronoz.com)
    Museo de Alepo(Siria) ,entrada, con las estatuas del palacio real de Tell Halaf

    Pergamomuseum,Berlin

    Facade of Tell Halaf

    The Late Hittite Prince’s Palace of Tell Halaf (9th century BC) in northeastern Syria was adorned with a unique decor. A portion of the sculptures which the excavator Max von Oppenheim recovered came to Berlin as its share of the division of the finds and was exhibited in a museum of its own. Columns in the form of colossal Hittite deities rose from the backs of two lions and a bull in the passage through the gate to attain a height of six metres. The Tell Halaf Museum was destroyed during World War II. It was possible to salvage numerous statue fragments from the ruins. Upon being restored, the stone monuments will be part of the reconstructed palace facade in the Pergamonmuseum and form the transition from ancient Egypt to the Late Hittite-Aramaic exhibition area of the Museum of the Ancient Near East.

    Limestone “Camel Rider” carving from Tell Halaf, Syria, 1000-900 BC
    Walters Art Musuem, Baltimore 2006

    © oronoz (www.oronoz.com)

     
    182788 SIRIA ALEPO MUSEO ESCULTURA PROCEDENTE DE TELL HALAF S IX AC- PAREJA DE DIOSES Y A SUS PIES RECIPIENTE PARA SACRIFICIo.Foto Oronoz
    © oronoz (www.oronoz.com)

     

     
    182789 SIRIA ALEPO MUSEO DIOSA HEPET- DE LA TIERRA- PROCEDENTE DE TELL HALAF-CON VASO DE LICOR FERMENTADO-DE ORIGEN HITITA-Foto Oronoz

    Hijara, Ismail, The Halaf Period in Northern Mesopotamia London: Nabu, 1997.

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  • G. Teichmann und G. Völger (ed.), Faszination Orient. Max Freiherr von Oppenheim. Forscherm Sammler, Diplomat (Cologne, Max Freiherr von Oppenheim-Stiftung 2003).
  • Winfried Orthmann: Die aramäisch-assyrische Stadt Guzana. Ein Rückblick auf die Ausgrabungen Max von Oppenheims in Tell Halaf. Schriften der Max Freiherr von Oppenheim-Stiftung. H. 15. Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden 2005
  • http://www.tell-halaf-projekt.de/
  • http://www.uni-tuebingen.de/uni/qvo/highlights/h44-tell-halaf.html
  • Filed under: H. Próximo Oriente,HISTORIA ANTIGUA

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