wall panel / relief
Gypsum wall panel relief: showing prisoners from Lachish. A procession of prisoners moves through rocky landscape with vines, fig trees and olives in background. The relief also shows booty from Lachish, from the governor's palace incense burners.
- Excavated/Findspot: South West Palace, Room XXXVI (OO) Panel 9
- (Asia,Iraq,North Iraq,Kouyunjik (Nineveh),South West Palace)
- Height: 269.24 centimetres
- Width: 180.34 centimetres
- Thickness: 15 centimetres
In set with BM.124904-124915 (all 1856,0909.14). In set with BM.124850-124857 (all 1856,0909.15).The cast is listed as available in the British Museum Facsimile Service 'Catalogue of Replicas from British Museum collections' (n.d.), in the series "Assyrian Bas-Reliefs".
- MacGregor 2010 21 (part)
- Barnett, Bleibtreu & Turner 1998a 432c
- Barnett & Foreman 1959 p. 28, pls. 45-6 (details)
- Reade 1983b p. 50, fig. 72 (detail)
- Wäfler 1975 pl. 2:2 (detail)
- Barnett 1958a pl. 31B (detail)
- Paterson A 1915a pl. 72
- Paterson 1901-11 pl. LVI (detail)
- Hall H R 1928a pl. XXXV (detail)
- Ussishkin 1982 pp. 77, 85, 87
- Barnett & Davies 1975a pp. 81 (left), 82
2010-2011, London, BM/BBC, 'A History of the World in 100 Objects'
17 June 2001
Clean off gallery paintBF
There is gallery paint over the lower edge of the object
Nitromors water soluble (methylene chloride,sodium hydroxide,cellulose) was stippled over the affected area and cleaned off with Acetone (propan-1-one/dimethyl ketone) on cotton wool swabs.
- Associated with: Lachish
- (Asia,Middle East,Levant,Lachish)
- Associated Event: Siege of Lachish
- AS.25 (ex)
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Object reference number: WCO26735
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