Stock Photo - Assyrian relief sculpture panel of King Ashurnaspiral II enthroned between two attendants. The group is flanked by winged protective spirits. The panel is possibly from a banquet hall. . From Nimrud, Iraq, 865-860 B. C North West Palace. Room G, panels 2-4. British Museum Assyrian Archaeological exhibit no WA 124564-6.

Stock Photo: Assyrian relief sculpture panel of King Ashurnaspiral II enthroned between two attendants. The group is flanked by winged protective spirits.

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