NATURE AND ITS REPRESENTATIONS IN THE SCULPTURES OF WAR SCENES OF MESOPOTAMIA
The concept of nature and its representations in the sculptures of the war scenes of Mesopotamia are a phenomenon that has a distinguished presence in transcending the traditional borders in drawing ideas in the plastic text. The research was concerned with studying the concept of nature and its representations in the sculptures of war scenes in Mesopotamia, and the research contained the methodological framework for the research starting with the problem that raises many questions about the transformations in the method of implementing sculptures of war scenes, which ended with the following question: What is nature and its representations in the sculptures of war scenes in Mesopotamia? The importance of the research lies in the fact that it sheds light on natural topics as conceptual structures in the sculptures of war scenes, which constitutes a new reading of the sculptural texts of that time period with its historical sequences. The war scenes of Mesopotamia, as well as the limits of the research that are determined objectively by the sculptural product, and spatially: Mesopotamia and temporally: the paving ages of history (6750 BC) - the end of the Neo-Babylonian era (539 BC), and then the researcher limited the research community and the adult (10) And then the research sample was selected from this community, which amounted to (4) models and then the researcher analyzed the sample in the light of those results. The sculptural text serves and intensifies its artistic and aesthetic connotations, followed by the recommendations and proposals that led to the current study.
Keywords: Nature, War Scenes, Mesopotamia, Sculptures.