This ClipArt gallery offers 103 illustrations of the historic Assyrian Empire. Images include people, ornament, buildings, architectural details, religion, and the arts.
The animal life of Assyria was extremely varied. This image depicts a mule from this area.
"The Name Nebuchadnezzar in Cuneiform" — Morey, 1903
"The most illustrious of Babylonian kings, was the son of Nabopolassar, the general of the Babylonian…
The name Nebuchadnezzar in cuneiform.
The God Nergal
Nergal, an Assyrian god.
"Winged Eagle-headed figure from Nimrud." —D'Anvers, 1895
Assyrian Palace at Nineveh
Ancient wall paintings of Niniveh.
A wall painting of Niniveh.
Nisroch, the Assyrian god of agriculture.
Facade of Assyrian Royal Palace.
One peculiarity is visible in all Assyrian buildings, namely, that all the chambers are very narrow…
"All the Assyrian buildings were erected on terraces, to which flights of steps gave access, and it…
An Assyrian pendant.
Representing the pillar of a table, bears a strong resemblance to an Ionic capital as displayed in Asia…
In the fragment of a relief from Kuyunjik columns occur which rest on a cushion-shaped base on a lion's…
This is a diagram of the Palace of Khorsabad, 10 miles north–east of Nineveh, near Mosul, Iraq.…
"Statue of an Assyrian Priest." —D'Anvers, 1895
Relief sculpture from Assyria.
First row of hieroglyphics worshiping Shalmaneser, king of Assyria.
Row of hieroglyphics honoring Shalmaneser, king of Assyria.
A row of hieroglyphics showing men working. These are to honor Shalmaneser, king of Assyria.
Hieroglyphics of men carrying food in honor of Shalmaneser, king of Assyria.
The ancient King of Akkad, reigning from 2270 BC to 2215 BC.
Winged bull from Assyria.
Winged bull from Assyria (detail).
Assyrian sculpture of displaying horses, carriage, Assyrians and a lion.
A representation of an Assyrian griffin that adorned their buildings prior to the Persian conquest.
Over the Winged Bulls were painted other acts of the king surrounded by his eunuchs and warriors, and…
Semiramis, the Assyrian Venus, standing on a ship; inscription: Askalo.
Figures from the palace of Sennacherib, located in Kouyunjik, Nineveh (ancient Assyria).
"A six-sided cylinder of terra-cotta found at Ninevah. It contains a record of eight years of Sennacherib's…
"Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser." — Quackenbos, 1882
"Pavement slab from the palace of Koyunjik." —D'Anvers, 1895
An Assyrian spearman with shield and spear.
An image depicting an ancient city of the Persian, Parthian, and Elamite empires of Iran.
An image depicting the ruins of the ancient city of Susa, in modern-day Iran.
An illustration of an Assyrian tablet depicting part of the Deluge legend. A deluge myth or flood myth…
This Assyrian Temple is located in present day Khorsabad, Northern Iraq. Khorsobad was the Assyrian…
The Chaldaean Temple viewed from the sky.
An engraving of a warrior and horses from the mound of Khorsabad, Nineveh. (Capital of ancient Assyria).
The Sumerian word lama, which is rendered in Akkadian as lamassu, refers to a beneficient protective…