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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of King Ashurnaspiral II enthroned between two attendants. The group is flanked by winged protective spirits
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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of a protective spirit holdingpomegrantes from Nimrud, Iraq. 865-860 B. C North West Palace, Room Z
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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of King Ashurnasirpal flanked by eagle headed protective spirits who are sprinkling him with holy water from the buckets they...
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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of a female protective spirits from Nimrud, Iraq. 865-860 B. C North West Palace, Room I
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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of a female protective spirits from Nimrud, Iraq. 865-860 B. C North West Palace, Room I
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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of a protective spirit from Nimrud, Iraq. 865-860 B. C North West Palace, Room Z. ref: British Museum Assyrian Archaeological...
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Sculpture of winged human headed lion. Assyrian (circa 865-860 BC) from Nimrud. A protective spirit which guarded a door in the North-West Palace
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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of a protective spirit with an eagles Head from Nimrud, Iraq. The spirit is holding a symbolic fir cone and is sprinkling holy...
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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of King Ashurnaspiral II, right, and a winged protective spirit holding a bucket of holy water in one hand and a cone in the...
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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of a female protective spirits from Nimrud, Iraq. 865-860 B. C North West Palace. British Museum Assyrian Archaeological exhibit
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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of a protective spirit with an eagles Head from Nimrud, Iraq. The spirit is holding a symbolic fir cone and is sprinkling holy...
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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of a protective spirits holding a bucket of holy water wearing a rosette bracelet which symbolises divine power
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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of King Ashurnaspiral II, right, and a winged protective spirit holding a bucket of holy water in one hand and a cone in the...
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Saluting Protective Spirit, 883-859 BC. Creator: Unknown
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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of a female protective spirit from Nimrud, Iraq. 865-860 B. C North West Palace, Room I. British Museum Assyrian Archaeological...
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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of an eagle headed protective spirit holding a symbolic cone and a bucket of holy water. From Nimrud, Iraq, 865-860 B
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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of an eagle headed protective spirit holding a symbolic cone. From Nimrud, Iraq, 865-860 B
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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of a female protective spirit from Nimrud, Iraq. 865-860 B. C North West Palace, Room I. British Museum Assyrian Archaeological...
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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of an eagle headed protective spirit from Nimrud, Iraq. The spirit is holding a symbolic fir cone and is sprinkling holy water
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Two winged protective spirits before the sacred tree of life. Culture: Assyrian. Date/Period: c. 865 BC. Place of Origin: Nimrud, NW Palace, ancient Iraq
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