This Assyrian amphora is a vase made out of clay with a rope handle.
"Assyrian War Chariot" — Morey, 1903
"Assyrian Bas-relief" — Morey, 1903
An ancient caricature of dragons fighting.
An ancient Assyrian wall relief, depicting two hunters on a chariot.
An ancient Assyrian divider with an ornamental horse design.
A decorative divider dating back from ancient Assyria.
The costume of an Assyrian King.
An ancient palace located in Assyria.
In ancient Assyria, princes, princesses, and priests vied with each other in luxury.
A depiction of two soldiers fighting for Assyria, using bow and arrows against their enemies.
"The king, a rude heroic figure, stands upright before the god. He holds a club in the left hand, in…
An ancient Assyrian wall relief, showing four hunters.
A native to the ancient kingdom of Assyria.
Assyrians flaying prisoners alive.
"Assyrian bas-relief. Part of a Lion-hunt, from Nimrud." —D'Anvers, 1895
This Assyrian bucket is designed with a cord handle and terminates at the bottom with a lion mask. It…
Also known as a Lamassu. An ancient tutelary deity, often considered to be female.
An ancient Assyrian wall relief, depicting the symbol of a winged bull with the head of a human male.
"The stalwart character and aggressive bearing of the Assyrians were particularly shown in war. The…
The Assyrian circular panel is a pavement design.
This Assyrian shield circular panel is found in Khorsabad, Iraq.
An illustration of a earring from an Assyrian bas relief.
An Assyrian Harp.
This Horse Head is an Assyrian bas-relief.
"The royal seal or signet used by the Chaldean and Assyrian kings was in the form of a small cylinder,…
An Assyrian King and his chief Minister.
"The Assyrian physiognomy, as determined by the sculptures exhumed from the ruins of Nimrud and Khorsabad,…
The Assyrian link border is a painted bas-relief found in Khorsabad, Iraq. It is a scroll design of…
A wall relief of the ancient Assyrian lion. These sculptures were placed in doorways as protective entities.
"Wounded Lioness. Assyrian." —D'Anvers, 1895
The Heads of Slaughtered Lions is an Assyrian bas-relief.
The animal life of Assyria was extremely varied. This image depicts a mule from this area.
"The most illustrious of Babylonian kings, was the son of Nabopolassar, the general of the Babylonian…
An Assyrian pendant.
"Statue of an Assyrian Priest." —D'Anvers, 1895
Assyrian sculpture of displaying horses, carriage, Assyrians and a lion.
The Assyrian pavement square panel is a divided into eight equal spaces that are decorated with a repeated…
The Assyrian stool.
An illustration of an Assyrian tablet depicting part of the Deluge legend. A deluge myth or flood myth…
The Assyrian Throne had a relief design.