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The sculptures of Aššur-Nasir-Apli II (883-859 B.C.)
British Museum. Department of Western Asiatic Antiquities.
At head of title: R. D. Barnett and M. Falkner.
|Contributions||Barnett, Richard David, 1909-, Falkner, Margaret.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 183 p. (chiefly illus.)|
|Number of Pages||183|
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Get this from a library. The sculptures of Aššur-Nasir-Apli II ( B.C.): Tiglath-Pileser III ( B.C.) Esarhaddon ( B.C.) from the central and south-west palaces at Nimrud. [Richard David Barnett; Margarete Falkner; British Museum.].
Get this from a library. The Sculptures of Aššur-Nasir-Apli II ( B.C.), Tiglath Pileser III ( B.C.), Esarhaddon ( B.C.) from the central and south-west palaces at Nimrud.
[R D Barnett; M Falkner]. For photographs of this artifact see Orthmann Der Alte Orient pl. ; Dominique Collon Ancient Near Eastern Art (Berkeley: University of California Press ) p.
fig. ; Richard David Barnett The Sculptures of Aššur-Nasir-Apli II BC Tiglath-Pileser III BC [and] Esarhaddon BC from the Central and South-West Author: Brian Charles DiPalma. From the ninth to the seventh century B.C., the kings of Assyria ruled over a vast empire centered in northern Iraq.
The great Assyrian king Ashurnasirpal II (r. – B.C.), undertook a vast building program at Nimrud, ancient Kalhu. Until it became the capital city under Ashurnasirpal, Nimrud had been no more than a provincial town. The Sculptures of Aššur-nasir-apli ii (– b.
c.), Tiglath-Pileser iii (– b. c.), Esarhaddon (– b. c.) from the Central and South-West Palaces at Nimrud. London: The Trustees of the British Museum, His publications include: Carchemish: Report on the Excavations at Djerabis (vol.
3 (with Sir L. Woolley, )); Catalogue of the Nimrod Ivories in the British Museum (); Assyrian Palace Reliefs and Their Influence on the Sculptures of Babylonia and Persia (); The Sculptures of Aššur-nasir apli II.
His publications include: Carchemish: Report on the Excavations at Djerabis (vol. 3 (with Sir L. Woolley, )) ; Catalogue of the Nimrod Ivories in the British Museum () ; Assyrian Palace Reliefs and Their Influence on the Sculptures of Babylonia and Persia () ; The Sculptures of Aššur-nasir apli II () ; and Illustrations of.
The Sculptures of Aššur-nasir-apli II (– B.C.), T iglath-Pil e ser III (– B.C.), Esarhaddon (– B.C.) from the Central and South-W est Palaces at Nimrud, London. 46 Richard David Barnett and Margarete Falkner, The Sculptures of Aššur-nasir-apli II, – B.C., Tiglath-pileser III, – B.C.
and Esarhaddon, – B.C., from the Central and South-West Palaces at Nimrud (London, ), pls. 58– 47 Barnett, Bleibtreu, and Turner, Sculptures from the Southwest Palace, pl.
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