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A Neo-Assyrian relief, a detail of a throne and the hand of the carrying attendant, from Dur Sharrukin (Khorsabad), 721-705 B.C.

Dur-Sharrukin: Neo-Assyrian relief: detail of a throne & the hand of the carrying attendant, ca BC

Relief panel  Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca. 883–859 B.C. Geography: Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu) Culture: Assyrian Medium: Gypsum alabaster

Curious about their legs. armour perhaps?Relief panel Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca.

Relief panel    Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca. 883–859 B.C. Geography: Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu) Culture: Assyrian Medium: Gypsum alabaster  [The Metropolitan Museum of Art]

Relief panel Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca. Geography: Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu) Culture: Assyrian Medium: Gypsum alabaster [The Metropolitan Museum of Art]

Relief Assyrian, 883-859 The Brooklyn Museum

~Relief of Winged Man-Headed Figure Facing Right. Culture: Assyrian Medium: Alabaster Place Made: Nimrud, Assyria (Iraq) Dates: ca. Period: Neo-Assyrian Period The figures in the reliefs from King Ashur-nair-pal II’s palace, including.

Neo-Assyrian ca. 883–859 BCE Mesopotamia, Nimrud: Assyrian  Gypsum alabaster RELIEF: 64 5/8 x 50 1/2 x 3 in.

i think this relief is depicting the babylonian fish god/priest Dagon --- Neo-Assyrian ca. BCE Mesopotamia, Nimrud: Assyrian Gypsum alabaster RELIEF: 64 x 50 x 3 in.

. Judean exiles carrying provisions. Detail of the Assyrian conquest of the Jewish fortified town of Lachish (battle 701 BCE). Part of a relief from the palace of Sennacherib at Niniveh, Mesopotamia (Iraq)

Detail of the Assyrian conquest of the Jewish fortified town of Lachish (battle 701 BCE). Part of a relief from the palace of Sennacherib at Niniveh, Mesopotamia (Iraq).

Alabaster bas-relief (8th BCE) from the palace of Sargon II in Khorsabad

A servant leading the royal horses. Alabaster bas-relief BCE) from the palace of Sargon II in Khorsabad, Mesopotamia (Iraq).

Panel with a male figure grasping a tree; winged sun disc above Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca. 8th century B.C. Geography: Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu) Culture: Assyrian Medium: Ivory.~ This ivory carving would have been one of a group of similar panels used in the back of a chair. It depicts a bearded man, perhaps a warrior, holding the stem of a lotus plant. Above him, a winged disc provides protection.

Furniture plaque carved in relief with a male figure grasping a tree; winged sun disc above

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