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Nineveh N Possibly showing Nineveh and soldiers of an Iranian army

Stone panel from the North Palace of Ashurbanipal (Room H, no. Nineveh, northern Iraq Neo-Assyrian, around 645 BC. At the Trustees of the British Museum.

Relief: Assyrian soldier conducting captives across the water  Period:     Neo-Assyrian Date:     ca. 668–627 B.C. Geography:     Mesopotamia,Niniveh Assyrian

Relief: Assyrian soldier conducting captives across the water on a reed boat. Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca. Geography: Mesopotamia, Niniveh Assyrian Ashurmasirpal mentions that the Assyrians were not defeated by large bodies of water.

from the Book of the Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices by al-Jazari DateA.H. 715/A.D. 1315 (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

The Reckoner's Blood-letting Basin Kitab fi marifat al-hiyal al-handasiyya, after al-Jazari, c.

Ancient History - Antiquity - Archeaology Archer Relief, Khorsabad

Sargon II

Ancient History et cetera displays examples of Ancient Mesopotamian Reliefs of rulers, gods and warfare.

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...

Relief of a Kneeling Soldier from King Ashurbanipal's palace at Nineveh Assyrian BCE calcite-alabaster

The Sack of the City of Hamanu; from the Palace of Ashurbanipal at Nineveh (Kuyunjikl, Iraq); c. 650 B.C. Limestone; 36 x 24 1/2 (92,7x62,2 cm); Assyrian; Sacking the Elamite city with pickaxes & crowbars to pull apart fortifications; the city is on fire; soldiers who looted the city are carrying it away; Soldiers at bottom are drinking & celebrating in camp while one stands guard. Ancient Mesopotamian

The Sack of the City of Hamanu; from the Palace of Ashurbanipal at Nineveh (Kuyunjikl, Iraq); 650 B.

Plaque METROPOLITAN  MUSEUM  Period:     Neo-Assyrian Date:     ca. 9th–8th century B.C. Geography:     Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu) Culture:     Assyrian Medium:     Ivory

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AN ILLUSTRATED AND ILLUMINATED LEAF FROM A MANUSCRIPT OF FIRDAUSI'S SHAHNAMEH:  ZAL AND THE KING MANOUCHEHR, SAFAVID PERSIA, ISFAHAN, 17TH CENTURY

AN ILLUSTRATED AND ILLUMINATED LEAF FROM A MANUSCRIPT OF FIRDAUSI'S SHAHNAMEH: ZAL AND THE KING MANOUCHEHR, SAFAVID PERSIA, ISFAHAN, 17TH CENTURY

Limestone kudurru from the reign of Nebuchadnezzar I; inscribed; gods represented by astral and other symbols, witnessing decree. Authority: Ruler: Nebuchadnezzar I biography Culture/period: Middle Babylonian From: South Iraq, Abu Habba (Sippar) Materials: limestone Technique: high relief, carved British Museum number: 90858

Limestone kudurru from the reign of Nebuchadnezzar I; inscribed; gods represented by astral and other symbols, witnessing decree. Authority: Ruler: Nebuchadnezzar I biography Culture/period: Middle Babylonian From: South Iraq, Abu Habba (Sippar) Materials: limestone Technique: high relief, carved British Museum number: 90858

Garden Detail Palace of Assurbanipal BC) Lion hunt relief Nineveh

Assyrian Troops of King Ashurbanipal take Asian Territories Photographic Print

Assyrian Troops of King Ashurbanipal take Asian Territories Photographic Print

National Library of Serbia Manuscripts Cetvorojevandelje manastira Slepce 1548 (RS Sluzabnik - odlomak 1453 (RS .

A Neo-Assyrian Alabaster (Gypsum) Relief Fragment: Cavalrymen Along a Stream in Mountainous Terrain, From the Palace of Sennacherib (Room XXXVIII)

Mirror with handle in the form of a palm tree. Bronze, ivory, carnelian, agate and gold. Tomb II, Northwest Palace, Nirud. Baghdad, Iraq Museum.

Mirror w/a handle shaped like a palm tree, belonging to Queen Atalia. Neo-Assyrian empire, excavated in 1989

Ahiram_Sarcophagus_  Bas-relief du sarcophage d'Ahiram de Byblos : le roi défunt, sur son trône (à gauche) reçoit des offrandes disposées sur une table. Vers 1000 av. J.-C., Musée National de Beyrouth.

Ahiram Sarcophagus King Ahiram of Byblos on a sphinx throne--"enthroned upon a sphinx"?

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