wall-plaque(Restored and object number 131664 is part of the same object)
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Square glazed fired clay wall-plaque: with concave sides. It was fixed to a separate shank by a pin. It bears a text of Ashurnasirpal II; restored.
- Production date
Width: 28.00 - 28.50 centimetres
Height: 15 centimetres
- Inscription subject
- Curator's comments
- The shape of this object may be a reflection of the curved lines taken by textiles hanging in Assyrian building Restored to include Rm.1102 and 1953-10-10,12 (131664) but no direct join.
Attached to 1953,1010.12 (BM.131664).
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
2018-2019 8 Nov - 24 Feb, London, BM, I am Ashurbanipal, king of the world, king of Assyria
2018 May-Sep, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Museum of History, An Age of Luxury
2013-2014 22 Jun-6 Jan, Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum, 'Mesopotamia, Inventing Our World'
2013 30 Jan-13 May, Museum of History, Hong Kong, 'The Wonders of Ancient Mesopotamia'
2012 4 May-7 Oct, Melbourne Museum, 'The Wonders of Ancient Mesopotamia'
2011 28 Mar-26 Jun, Abu Dhabi, Manarat Al Saadiyat, 'Splendours of Mesopotamia'
2008-2009 21 Sept-4 Jan, Boston, MFA, 'Art and Empire'
2007 2 Apr-30 Sept, Alicante, MARQ Museum, 'Art and Empire'
2006 1 Jul-7 Oct, Shanghai Museum, 'Art and Empire'
- Acquisition date
- Middle East
- BM/Big number
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