Bronze Age cultures focused their symbolic displays on the remaining powerful and dangerous animals of the region this included big cats such as lions and leopards. By comparing themselves to the most powerful and ferocious carnivores of the land, leaders placed themselves symbolically at the top of the natural hierarchy, serving to legitimize their leadership role and their military prowess. Lions were used by the elites as an almost universal symbol for kingly strength and political power.
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