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The animals appear in alternating rows with lions, fierce bulls (rimi or reems in Chaldean), and curious long-necked dragons (sirrush).

The lions and bulls would have been present at that time in the Middle East.

Another fascinating Chinese artifact is the Late Eastern Zhou Sauropod (Fang Jian) ornamental box to the right.

Displaying a long neck and, this depiction is compelling likeness to a Brachiosaurus.

Although the Ottoman Empire ruled for over six centuries, there are not many depictions of dinosaurian creatures in their artwork (as compared to Medieval European art).

Perhaps dragons were not as common in the eastern European/Middle East theater at that time.

Mammoth drawings are not unusual in such cave art, but the depiction of an apparent theropod dinosaur is remarkable.

It was taken by the author in Bernifal Cave, one of the caverns in France that is renowned for Neanderthal art.

The Turkish painting to the left, entitled “Procession of the Trade Corporation during the Festival of 1720 in Constantinople” is in a surname (or historical album) called The Surname-I Hümayun archived at Topkapi Museum of Istanbul.

It was written and illustrated under the direction of Abdulcelil Levni (aka Abdulcelil Çelebi) who was the official Ottoman court painter till he died in 1732.

Several malevolent dragon-like creatures are mentioned at various points in the Zoroastrian scriptures.

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