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KA_CAOMF53
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Jordanie 004-05-1647
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Tarek Charara
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© Tarek Charara/Kaleidos images
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29/12/2017
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06/12/2017
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Petra, Jordan. The Lion Biclinium is located on the way up to the "monastery" in a small canyon on the left side. Two lions, symbolically associated with the nabatean goddess Al-Uzza, are carved on either side of the entrance. A frieze with a head of medusa at each end decorates the facade.
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Le biclinium aux lions se trouve sur le chemin qui mène au «monastère», dans un petit canyon sur le côté gauche. Deux lions, symboliquement associés à la déesse nabatéenne Al-Uzza, sont sculptés de part et d'autre de l'entrée. Une tête de méduse est sculptées de chaque côté de la friese. The Lion Biclinium is located on the way up to the "monastery" in a small canyon on the left side. Two lions, symbolically associated with the nabatean goddess Al-Uzza, are carved on either side of the entrance. A frieze with a head of medusa at each end decorates the facade. Das Löwen Biclinium befindet sich auf dem Weg zum "Kloster" in einem, links gelegenen, kleinen Canyon. Zwei Löwen, symbolisch mit der nabatäischen Göttin Al-Uzza verbunden, sind auf beiden Seiten des Eingangs in den Stein gemeißelt. An jedem Ende des Fries befindet sich ein Medusakopf.
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