Statue of Gilgamesh with a possible representation of Enkidu, from the palace of Sargon II at Dur Sharrukin (now Khorsabad, near Mossul), 713-706 BC. [Look into the rest of this site on Ancient Origins, too.]
very very ancient...how could they know about airplanes?
Statue of the Parthian King Sarratrug II
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Stone relief sculptured panel of a man holding an Ibex and a poppy flower ,#Assyrian King Sargon II. 706 B.C #Louvre Musée du Louvre (@MuseeLouvre) | Twitter
Gilgamesh Kills The Bull of Heaven This is a Neo-Sumerian terracotta votive relief (c. 2250-1900 BC) showing Gilgamesh, the legendary King of the city of Uruk (map) fighting against Gugalanna, the Bull of Heaven.