Museum number

124939,b

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  • Gypsum wall panel relief: scene in four registers; above middle horizontal band, a wooded hill, possibly parkland in Nineveh, with irrigation canals fed from an aqueduct. One crosses a path, leading to a stela of a king, before which stands an altar. Beyond it in the woods is a pavilion with 'bit hilani' columns having Corinthian capitals and cushion bases. Below the horizontal line are three rows of Elamite soldiers hastening to right.

    Full: Front

  • COMPASS Title: Stone panel from the North Palace of Ashurbanipal (Room H, nos. 7-9)

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  • Alabaster wall panel relief fragment; above, park (possibly with aquaduct?); below, Elamite soldiers.

    Full: Front

  • Alabaster wall panel relief fragment: above middle horizontal band, a wooded hill, possibly parkland in Nineveh, with irrigation canals fed from an aqueduct. Below the horizontal line are three rows of Elamites hastening to right.

    Detail: Other