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124562

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  • Alabaster wall panel relief: showing tribute bearers. One has a North West Syrian type turban and raises clenched hands in token of submission; the second may be Phoenician and brings a pair of apes. This panel was part of the facade of the throne room. There in an inscription written in cuneiform script.

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  • COMPASS Title: Stone panel from the North-West Palace of Ashurnasirpal II (Court D, no. 7)

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  • Alabaster wall panel relief: showing tribute bearers. One has a North West Syrian type turban and raises clenched hands in token of submission; the second may be Phoenician and brings a pair of apes. This panel was part of the facade of the throne room. There in an inscription written in cuneiform script.

    Full: Front

  • Alabaster wall panel relief: showing tribute bearers. One has a North West Syrian type turban and raises clenched hands in token of submission; the second may be Phoenician and brings a pair of apes. This panel was part of the facade of the throne room. There in an inscription written in cuneiform script.

    Full: Front

  • Alabaster wall panel relief: showing tribute bearers. One has a North West Syrian type turban and raises clenched hands in token of submission; the second may be Phoenician and brings a pair of apes. This panel was part of the facade of the throne room. There in an inscription written in cuneiform script.

    Full: Front

  • Gypsum wall panel relief: showing tribute bearers. One has a North West Syrian type turban and raises clenched hands in token of submission; the second may be Phoenician and brings a pair of apes. This panel was part of the facade of the throne room. There in an inscription written in cuneiform script.

    Full: Front

  • Gypsum wall panel relief: showing tribute bearers. One has a North West Syrian type turban and raises clenched hands in token of submission; the second may be Phoenician and brings a pair of apes. This panel was part of the façade of the throne room. There in an inscription written in cuneiform script.

    Full: Front