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Assyrian Collection

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Winged Assyrian Bull

Winged Assyrian Bull
Winged, human-headed bull, from the facade of the Palace of King Sargon II, Khorsabad, Late Assyrian Period, c.725 BC (gypsum)

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Assyrian Lion Hunt

Assyrian Lion Hunt
Ancient Assyrian wall panel of alabaster, probably painted originally in colour. Symbolical design expressing the conquest of the lion

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Ancient Assyrian Costume

Ancient Assyrian Costume
ANCIENT ASSYRIA Weaponry and armour of Warriors, the King in his court regalia and ready for battle and the costume of his body guard. Date: B.C

Background imageAssyrian Collection: The Fall of Babylon by John Martin (1789-1854). 1831. Nation

The Fall of Babylon by John Martin (1789-1854). 1831. National Library. Paris. France. Exposition Babylon. Louvre

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Owen Jones Assyrian 13

Owen Jones Assyrian 13
Designs taken from enamelled bricks, ornaments from a kings clothing, bronze shields and vessels, and a battering ram, from Khorsabad and Nimroud

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Owen Jones Assyrian 14

Owen Jones Assyrian 14
Designs taken from columns and capitals, pilasters and mouldings, at Persepolis, Istakhr, Bi Sutoun and Ispahan

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Henry Rawlinson / Anon

Henry Rawlinson / Anon
sir HENRY CRESWICKE RAWLINSON archeologist, specialist in Assyrian archeology

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Lamassu or Bull-man. Gate from Sargon IIs Palace. Dur-Sharr

Lamassu or Bull-man. Gate from Sargon IIs Palace. Dur-Sharr
Assyrian Art. Lamassu or Bull-man. Gate from Sargon IIs Palace. Dur-Sharrukin (Khorsabad). Assyria, 721-705 BC. Alabaster. Louvre Museum. Paris. France

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Ancient Assyria

Ancient Assyrian clothing worn by a chief minister and King. Date: B.C

Background imageAssyrian Collection: An Assyrian Humiliating His Captive

An Assyrian Humiliating His Captive

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Colossal male head. 560-540 BC. From Kition, Cyprus

Colossal male head. 560-540 BC. From Kition, Cyprus
Colossal male head with square beard in Assyrian fashion, wearing pointed helmet. Limestone. 560-540 BC. From Kition, Cyprus. Museum of the Mediterranean and Near Eastern Antiquities

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Project of the Death of Sardanapalus by Eugene Delacroix. 18

Project of the Death of Sardanapalus by Eugene Delacroix. 18
Project of the Death of Sardanapalus by Eugene Delacroix (1798-1863). 1826. Louvre Museum. Paris. France. Exposition Babylon

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Defeat of Sennacherib, 1616-1618, by Rubens (1577-1640)

Defeat of Sennacherib, 1616-1618, by Rubens (1577-1640)
Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640). Flemish painter. Defeat of Sennacherib, 1616-1618. Detail. Alte Pinakothek. Munich. Germany

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Sennacherib Plague Religion Bible Events Old

Sennacherib Plague Religion Bible Events Old
sennacherib, plague, religion, bible, events, old, testament, circa, 701, bc, assyrian, king, invades, israel, like, wolf, fold, angel, lord, destroys, army, bubonic, 185, 000, die, saved, history

Background imageAssyrian Collection: The Nineveh Room at the British Museum. Date: 1853

The Nineveh Room at the British Museum. Date: 1853

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Map of the Roman, Macedonian, Persian and Assyrian Empires

Map of the Roman, Macedonian, Persian and Assyrian Empires
Map of the world showing the boundaries of the Roman, Macedonian, Persian and Assyrian Empires. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Andrea Bernieri from Giulio Ferrarios Ancient

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Additions to the Assyrian sculptures at the British Museum

Additions to the Assyrian sculptures at the British Museum: part of the garden, with lions, taken from the North Palace of Kouyunjik, discovered in 1854 by Mr Hormuzd Rassam, oriental, art, artwork

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Many Folk Misfitz - Assyria - Arab Girl

Many Folk Misfitz - Assyria - Arab Girl. early 20th century

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Great Queens of the Past No 2 - Semiramis of Nineveh

Great Queens of the Past No 2 - Semiramis of Nineveh
Semiramis of Nineveh pictured arriving at the military camp before the city of Bactra which had been defying the Assyrian forces for some time

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Mesopotamia. Kudurru (stele) of Shitti-Marduk. Nebuchadnezza

Mesopotamia. Kudurru (stele) of Shitti-Marduk. Nebuchadnezza
Mesopotamia. Kudurru (stele) of Shitti-Marduk. Limestone. Inscription. Cuneiform. Nebuchadnezzar I (1124-1105 BC) reign. Elamite campaign. From Sippar (Abu Habba). Babylonian

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Obelisk of king of Assirya Adad-Nirari III (810-783 BC) insc

Obelisk of king of Assirya Adad-Nirari III (810-783 BC) insc
Obelisk of king of Assirya Adad-Nirari III (810-783 BC) worshipping divine emblems and inscribed with cuneiform characters. Erected for the Assyrian king Adad, from Sabaa, Yemen

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Statue of a Assyrian King Shalmaneser III (858-824 BC)

Statue of a Assyrian King Shalmaneser III (858-824 BC)
Shalmaneser III (858-824 BC). Assyrian king. Statue. Basalt. Neo-Assyrian Period. Assur (Qalat Sharqat). Archaeological Museum. Istanbul. Turkey

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Assyrian King Ashurnasirpal II. Statue

Assyrian King Ashurnasirpal II. Statue
Ashurnasirpal II. King of Assyria (883-859 BC). Statue. 865 BC. From the Temple of Ishtar Sharrat-niphi, Nimrud. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Mesopotamian art. Assyrian Empire. Funerary objects: Necklac

Mesopotamian art. Assyrian Empire. Funerary objects: Necklaces and earrings. Dated in the Old and Middle Assyrian Empire (14th and 12th centuries B.C)

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Statue of a winged lion with human head. Nimrud

Statue of a winged lion with human head. Nimrud
Colossal statue of a winged lion with a human face. 865-860 BC. From Northwest Palace of Ashurnasirpal II. Nimrud. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Mesopotamian art. Neo-Assyrian. Relief panels depicting two

Mesopotamian art. Neo-Assyrian. Relief panels depicting two protective winged genius. Detail. Hand. Dated between 883-859 BC. They come from the Palace of Ashurnasirpal II at Nimrud

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Lamasu or Bull-man. Reliefs from Sargon IIs Palace. Dur-Sha

Lamasu or Bull-man. Reliefs from Sargon IIs Palace. Dur-Sha
Assyrian Art. Lamasu or Bull-man. Reliefs from Sargon IIs Palace. Dur-Sharrukin (Khorsabad). Assyria, 721-705 BC. Alabaster. 8th century BC. Louvre Museum. Paris. France

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Costume / Ancient Assyria

Costume / Ancient Assyria
ANCIENT ASSYRIA The clothing worn by a Priest and an Ancient Assyrian King. Date: B.C

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Mesopotamian Art. Assyrian. Relief. Head of a eunuch. Dated

Mesopotamian Art. Assyrian. Relief. Head of a eunuch. Dated
Mesopotamian Art. Assyrian. Relief depicting the head of a eunuch. Dated around 710 B.C. It comes from the Palace of Sargon. Korsabad. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Stele with relief depicting Assyrian official Bel-Harran-bel

Stele with relief depicting Assyrian official Bel-Harran-beli-usur praying in front of divine symbols. 8th century BC. Marble. From Tel-Abda. Archaeological Museum. Museum of Ancient Orient

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Balawat gates

Balawat gates. Reconstruction of the palace gates of Shalmaneser III (858-854 BC). Cedar wood and covered with bronze bands. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imageAssyrian Collection: King Shamshi-Adad V

King Shamshi-Adad V
Stela of Shamshi-Adad V (824-811 BC). King of Assyria. From the Temple of Nabu, from Nimrud (Iraq). Detail. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Idrimi of Alalakh

Idrimi of Alalakh
Stone statue of King Idrimi of Alalakh seated in his throne. 1570-1500 BC. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Assyrian came down like a wolf on the fold

Assyrian came down like a wolf on the fold
The Assyrian came down like a wolf on the fold - humorous illustrative interpretation of a quote from Lord Byron by Victorian illustrator and postcard publisher Martin Anderson ( Cynicus )

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Stone confirming early Christian missionaries in China

Stone confirming early Christian missionaries in China
Stone found at Si-gan-fou (Chang-an, or Hsian-Fu) in 1625, which seemed to confirm that Christian missionaries had been in China in 635, during the Tang Dynasty, when O-lo-pen (Olopun, Alopen)

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Assyria / Warrior Costume

Assyria / Warrior Costume
ANCIENT ASSYRIA Protective clothing and weaponry of Ancient Assyrian Warriors

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Assyrian Dragon

Assyrian Dragon
In ancient Assyria, Merodach does battle with a dragon

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Daniels visions

Daniels visions - Daniel 7. circa 1690

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Neo-Assyrian Art. Gypsum tile from a domestic shrine

Neo-Assyrian Art. Gypsum tile from a domestic shrine depicting a man in Assyrian court dress that is worshipping a god, perhaps Ninurta

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Octagonal clay prism (ca. 1100 BC) - annals of the Assyrian

Octagonal clay prism (ca. 1100 BC) - annals of the Assyrian
The Octagonal clay prism (ca. 1100 BC) with the annals of the Assyrian king Tiglath-Pileser I (1114-1076 B.C.). This text spoke of a campaign of king Tiglath-pileser against the land of ?atti

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Assyrian. Assur temple restoration by Assyrian King Adad-nir

Assyrian. Assur temple restoration by Assyrian King Adad-nir
Mesopotamian Art. Assyrian. Memorial slab about the Assur temple restoration by the Assyrian king Adad-nirari I (1305-1274 BC). it also describes his military exploits. Cast

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Assyrian commemorative tablet about the construction of a pr

Assyrian commemorative tablet about the construction of a pr
Mesopotamian Art. Assyrian. 14th century B.C. Commemorative tablet about the construction of a private home. Dated between 1360-1330 B.C. Reign of Ashur-uballit I. It comes from Assur (Ashur)

Background imageAssyrian Collection: ILN cover 1957, Assyrian ivory carving at Nimrud

ILN cover 1957, Assyrian ivory carving at Nimrud
Front cover of the Illustrated London News, 23rd November 1957. A god or prince plucking the flowering lotus: one of a series of superb ivories found in a hitherto untouched Assyrian palace at

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Neo-Asirian period. Stele with cuneiform inscription. 8th ce

Neo-Asirian period. Stele with cuneiform inscription. 8th century. Archeological Museum Istambul. Turkey

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Bas relief Assyrian Genie. 9th century BC. Archeological Mus

Bas relief Assyrian Genie. 9th century BC. Archeological Mus
Chaldean Assyrian relief sculpture slab from the northwest palace of King Ashurnasirpal II of a Genie standing. 881-859 BC. from Nimrud. Istanbul Archaeological Museum. Turkey

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Stone panel. Palace of Tiglath-pileser III. Nimrud. Iraq. Ne

Stone panel. Palace of Tiglath-pileser III. Nimrud. Iraq. Ne
Stone panel from the Central Palace of Tiglath-pileser III. Nimrud (ancient Kalhu). Northern Iraq. Neo-Assyrian. 730-727 BC. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Kings stele with inscription and a relief depicting King Se

Kings stele with inscription and a relief depicting King Sennacherib praying in front of the divine symbols. 705-681 BC. Detail. Limestone. From Nineveh. Archaeological Museum

Background imageAssyrian Collection: Ancient Art. Anatolia Peninsula. Turkey. Ritual vessel shape

Ancient Art. Anatolia Peninsula. Turkey. Ritual vessel shape
Ancient Art. Anatolia Peninsula. Turkey. Between 2000-1750 BC Mesopotamian Assyrian merchants established trading colonies in Anatolia. The center was Kanesh Kharum. Ritual vessel shape of a lion



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