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Description Ceremonial vessels in the shape of a team of sacred bulls made of baked clay, called Hurri (= Day) and Seri (= Night); height : 90 cm; found in the citadel Büyükkale in Boğazköy (Hattusha); Hittite Old Kingdom; 16th century BC; Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Ankara, Turkey
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