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په‌یکه‌ری هونه‌رمه‌ندی كۆچكردوو كاروان عوسمان

St. Joseph Church, Ankawa~ Erbil south of Kurdistan

St. Joseph Church, Ankawa


KURDISH FORTS

The Kurdish Castle of Wan; Khoshab


The Kurdish Castle of Wan



Kurdish Nomad Girl On Carpet

Kurdish Nomad Girl
On Carpet 


Silk Tableau Pictorial Rug Kurdish Girl

Lion in Kurdish Culture and History


The lion in the picture is from historical ruins in the Botan province in northern Kurdistan
Kela Lelûnê in Afrin - Western Kurdistan

Kurdish Lion of Elamites

Kurdish Lion of Elamites
Lion of Elamits in Protoliterate period of Mesopotamia, 3000 AD
 The Guennol Lioness was found at a site in Kurdistan for about 80 years ago and seems to be brought by British archaeologist Sir Leonard Woolley and brought in 1931 by Joseph Brummer, a New York art dealer. In 1948, he sold it to New Yorker Alastair Bradley Martin and his wife Edith. The couple - who have Welsh origins, called their estate Guennol - which is Welsh for Martin. For most of the time since the Martins bought the lioness, it has been on permanent loan to New York's Brooklyn Museum.
It was carved by a craftsman from Elam, the ancient Kurdistan. At Sotheby’s New York, the Guennol Lioness, sold for a remarkable $57.161.000, a record for any sculpture at auction.
Source:Site saradistribution.com



The historical ruins in Kommagene (the thrones of the Gods and Godies), in the Kurdish city Semsour (Adiyaman)

 The historical ruins in Kommagene (the thrones of the Gods and Godies), in the Kurdish city Semsour (Adiyaman) ©-ROXANE PHOTOS


The historical ruins in Kommagene (the thrones of the Gods and Godies), in the Kurdish city Semsour (Adiyaman)