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Assyrian palace in Nineveh in country now known as Iraq

The Assyrian Court was also called the Nineveh Court.

Detail of a glazed terracotta tile from Nimrud, Iraq. The Assyrian king, below a parasol, is surrounded by guards and attendants. 875-850 BC.

Human headed lions, Nineveh, near present day Mosul, Iraq. Nineveh was one of the oldest and greatest cities in antiquity. The area was settled as early as ...

Under threat: Ruins at the ancient Assyrian city of Nineveh, which Islamic State militants

Sargon II (ruled 722 BC - 705 BC) and dignitary. Low-relief from the wall of the palace of Sargon II at Dur Sharrukin in Assyria (now Khorsabad in Iraq), c.

Relief from the Palace of king Sargon II at Dur Sharrukin in Assyria (now Khorsabad in Iraq), BC. Courtesy & currently located at the Louvre, France.

Assyrian palace. Nineveh Court. Crystal Palace.

Lion _ The Royal Lion Hunt _ Assyrian about BC, From Nineveh, North Palace

One of the fifteen gateways of ancient Nineveh. A reconstruction was begun in the 1960s

Pompeii - modern reconstruction of how it would have looked when the paintwork was fresh.

Tragedy as militants bomb 2,700-year-old Nineveh Wall in Iraq | Ancient Origins

Imaginative reconstruction of the interior of an Assyrian palace. A H Layard, The Monuments of Nineveh, London, 1849, plate 2.

Assyrian Sculpture

Walls and door of Nergal, Nineveh, surroundings of Mosul (Al-Mawsil), Iraq, Assyrian civilization, 8th-7th century BC

Huntsmen with hounds in a garden North Palace of Nineveh 645-635 BC Mesopotamia Iraq

Nineveh, Assyria was an ancient Assyrian city on the eastern bank of the Tigris River

An Assyrian army and its musicians, detail from a relief from Ashurbanipal's Palace in Nineveh, Iraq. Assyrian civilization, 7th Century BC.

Ashurbanipal: The Oldest Surviving Royal Library in the World with Over 30,000 Clay Tablets

Assyrian Relief by Jade Koekoe -- This relief was found in Kuoyunjik ( Nineveh ), Iraq (700-695 BCE) decorating a royal building of King Sennacherib .

Stone panel from the North Palace of Ashurbanipal (Room E, no. Nineveh, northern Iraq - Neo-Assyrian, about 645 BC

Genie of Nimrud, carved in stone

People inspect the destroyed Mosque of the Prophet Younis, or Jonah, in Mosul,

Royal palace in Nineveh, ancient city of the Assyrian empire : Stock Illustration

Ashurbanipal on his horse thrusting a spear at a lion's head

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Human figures, bas-relief in Sennacherib palace, Nineveh, near Mosul, Iraq

Assyrian palace door

Archaeologists find Biblical evidence under Jonah's tomb

Restoration of the Palaces on the Western Side of the Platform of Nineveh at the River Tigris.

An Iraqi army officer sits on damaged carved stone slabs, which were destroyed by Islamic

King Ummanigash the Elamite King being saluted on arriving in Madaktu, detail from a relief from Ashurbanipal's Palace in Nineveh, Iraq. Assyrian ...

Palace of Ashurbanipal, Nineveh, Iraq. Ashurbanipal with his subjects in his chariot.

The texts appear similar to the inscription pictured, found in an ancient palace in Nineveh

... Nineveh (now in northern Iraq). It was decorated with amazing reliefs and carvings – built to be 'an object of wonder for all the people' #Ashurbanipal ...

Assurbanipal rescues foreign princes from a Lion North Palace of Nineveh 645-635 BC Mesopotamia

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Statue of Ashurnasirpal II, Neo-Assyrian, 883-859 B.C.E., from Nimrud (ancient Kalhu), northern Iraq, magnesite, 113 x 32 x 15 cm © Trustees of the British ...

Assyria. Deity by the sacred tree. Relief from the Palace of Ashurnasirpal II at

Palace of Ashurbanipal, Nineveh, Iraq. Ashurbanipal with his subjects in his chariot.

Paul 🌹📚 Cooper on Twitter: "With its capital at Nineveh (now in Mosul, modern-day Iraq), the Assyrian Empire once covered a vast area that stretched from ...

Palace of Ashurbanipal, Nineveh, Iraq. Relief, detail. Music scene. Upper

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Bas-relief from royal palace of Sennacherib, Nineveh, surroundings of Mosul (Al-Mawsil), Iraq, Assyrian civilization, 8th-7th century BC, Detail

... Limestone alabaster slab, Dating from reign of Ashurbanipal, From North Palace at Nineveh, Iraq, Assyrian civilization, 7th century BC

A bas relief from ancient Nineveh ...

Palace of Ashurbanipal, Nineveh. Iraq. Relief, return of the hunters. Upper

Nineveh

Ashur, IraqU.S. soldiers at the ruins of Ashur, Iraq, in November 2008. U.S. Army

This file photo from 2003 shows the ancient ruins of Hatra in Iraq. It is

This detail of a large wall relief from Nimrud shows the lower part of the fringed

... the deportation of the inhabitants of the city of Lachish by the Assyrian army. Reign of Sennacherib, 700-692 BC, from Nineveh, Iraq, currently housed ...

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Iraqis mourn destruction of ancient Assyrian statues

Nineveh – Mashki Gate

Nineveh ancient city of Assyria, near modern-day Mosul, in the Ninawa Governorate

Assyrians conquering Lachish in 701 BC, relief from Sennacherib's Palace in Nineveh, Iraq. Assyrian civilization, 8th Century BC.

Reconstruction of Menagerie of Palace of Sargon II at Dur-Sharrukin or Khorana, Iraq, illustration from Nineveh and Assyria, by Victor Place and Felix ...

File photo of an Iraqi standing next to an ancient statue of a winged bull with

Reconstructions of the Throne Room Northwest Palace. Nimrud / Kalhu Assyrian city, 1350-610 BC Nineveh plains Mosul, Iraq #iraqesquepic.twitter.com/ ...

Members of the Iraqi special forces Counter Terrorism Service stand guard in front of Jonah's Tomb

Relief of the king hunting a Mesopotamian lion, from the Northern Palace in Nineveh, as seen at the British Museum.

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ISIS 'plan to destroy the walls of Nineveh, the capital of the Assyrian Empire and one of the most important archaeological sites in Iraq' | Daily Mail ...

Priest or a worshiper, relief from Sargon Palace in Khorsabad, Iraq. Assyrian civilization

This Assyrian relief from Nineveh (now housed at the British Museum) shows trees hanging

Detail of relief with battle of Til-Tuba, from Palace of Ashurbanipal, ancient Nineveh, Iraq. Assyrian civilization ...

Huaida on Twitter: "Hunting scenes relief from Ashurbanipal palace. Kalhu, Nineveh #Assyria https://t.co/z0ymfmoUoC"

Iraqi security forces advance during fighting against Islamic State militants, in western Mosul, Iraq

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A member of Iraqi army walks at the remains of wall panels and colossal statues of

Marble Head, Iraq (by Mary Harrsch (Photographed at the the Univ. of

Nineveh ancient Assyrian city, of Upper Mesopotamia, (Mosul Iraq) capital Neo Assyrian

Eastern city wall and Shamash Gate.

Nineveh

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As its height, the Assyrian Empire (red) stretched from Egypt up through what

Layard's vision of restored palaces A reconstruction of the palaces built by the Assyrian King Ashurbanipal by Austen Henry Layard

A set of 2,700-year-old inscriptions have been found in an ancient palace

The Royal Lion hunt of King Assurbanipal from the North Palace of Nineveh 645-635

8 th C. BC Assyrian panel, Central Palace, Nimrud, Iraq. Civilians

Reconstruction of Palace of Sargon II at Dur-Sharrukin or Khorana, Iraq, illustration from Nineveh and Assyria, by Victor Place and Felix Thomas, 1867

A stone tablet with cuneiform writing is seen in the foreground as UNESCO's Iraq representative Louise

Assyrian relief sculpture. From Nineveh North Palace, Iraq, 668-627 B.C.

A statue of the goddess Shamiya, or Shahiro, at Hatra in 2009