Part of Panel 12, room G, Nimrud

Alabaster wall panel relief: showing a formal scene. Ashurnasirpal II appears as conquerer with bow and arrows flanked by protective spirits. He also appears holding a bow and bowl flanked by human attendants. The sandals are coloured black with red soles. The royal garments have decorative borders consisting of a winged protective spirit wearing a two-horned cap, and a man-headed winged lion. There is an inscription written in cuneiform script. This panel forms part of group showing the king as conqueror with bow and arrow, and also holding bow and bowl, flanked by attendants. A panel from Ashurnasirpal II's Neo-Assyrian NW palace of Nimrud, dating to 865 - 860 BC Height: 236.22 centimetres Width: 213.36 centimetres Model created from 144 photographs taken with a Sony A6000, processed in Agisoft Photoscan. Some tidying needed.

Thanks for the original asset creator : danielpett
Date published:
Feb 2nd, 2019
Category:
Heritage
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Scan - Object
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Location:
Iraq
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