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From the wall of the palace of King Ashurbanipal (reigned 669-630 BC) at Nineveh, northern Iraq. Neo-Assyrian, about 645 BC.

From the wall of the palace of King Ashurbanipal (reigned 669-630 BC) at Nineveh, northern Iraq. Neo-Assyrian, about 645 BC.

Near-Eastern Bronze Sword Hilt                                                                                                                                                                         Culture :                 Near Eastern, Assyrian                                           Period : 8th 7th Century B.C.

Near-Eastern Bronze Sword Hilt Culture : Near Eastern, Assyrian Period : 8th 7th Century B.C.

Ancient Mesopotamian Religious Iconography from different kudurru´s. Babylonian God/ Goddess Pantheon.  Detail, and names of each god and ...

Ancient Mesopotamian Religious Iconography from different kudurru´s. Babylonian God/ Goddess Pantheon. Detail, and names of each god and ...

ASSUR RELIEF 10TH-6TH BCE Assyrian soldiers cut the rope to a pail for a well in the besieged city. Detail from Ashurnazirpals siege of a city. Stone bas-relief (9th BCE) from the palace of Ashurnazirpal II in Nimrud, Mesopotamia. WA 124530 British Museum, London, Great Britain

ASSUR RELIEF 10TH-6TH BCE Assyrian soldiers cut the rope to a pail for a well in the besieged city. Detail from Ashurnazirpals siege of a city. Stone bas-relief (9th BCE) from the palace of Ashurnazirpal II in Nimrud, Mesopotamia. WA 124530 British Museum, London, Great Britain

Stone relief sculptured panel of Saron II. Facade L. Inv AO 19873-4 from Dur Sharrukin the palace of Assyrian king Sargon II at Khorsabad, 713-706 BC. Louvre Museum Room 4 , Paris | Photos Gallery

Stone relief sculptured panel of Saron II. Facade L. Inv AO 19873-4 from Dur Sharrukin the palace of Assyrian king Sargon II at Khorsabad, 713-706 BC. Louvre Museum Room 4 , Paris | Photos Gallery

This relief from King Ashurbanipal's palace at Nineveh shows an Assyrian soldier kneeling next to a besieged Elamite city wall.Holding his round shield over him protection,he scrapes at the mud-brick fortication with his dagger in order to weaken the structure.During Ashurbanipal's reing in the final years of Assyria's military glory,large-scales siege scenes covered the palace walls...

This relief from King Ashurbanipal's palace at Nineveh shows an Assyrian soldier kneeling next to a besieged Elamite city wall.Holding his round shield over him protection,he scrapes at the mud-brick fortication with his dagger in order to weaken the structure.During Ashurbanipal's reing in the final years of Assyria's military glory,large-scales siege scenes covered the palace walls...

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