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Judith standing to right and holding the head of Holofernes in her right hand and a Featured Print

Judith standing to right and holding the head of Holofernes in her right hand and a

Judith standing to right and holding the head of Holofernes in her right hand and a sword in her left hand, her servant standing to right holding an open bag, ca. 1520-30

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Assyrian decoration, (1898). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Assyrian decoration, (1898). Creator: Unknown

Assyrian decoration, (1898). Examples of ancient Assyrian painting, polychrome sculpture and pottery from what is now Iraq: Fig 1: Portion of a glazed brick from a palace at Khorsabad. Figs 2-4: Painted bas-reliefs from Koyunjik [Kuyunjik, Nineveh]. Fig 5: Painted ornament from Nimroud [Nimrud]. Fig 6: Glazed brick from Khorsabad. Figs 7-10: Painted ornaments from Nimroud. Figs 11-12: Sacred trees. Painted bas-reliefs from Nimroud. Fig 13: Painted ornament from Nimroud. Fig 14: Enamelled brick from Khorsabad...The excavations on the banks of the Tigris at Khorsabad, Nimroud and Koyunjik brought to light a great number of architectural remains, paintings and sculptures of Assyrian origin, which give us an idea of the magnificence and the exuberant luxury of the buildings of this nation. Assyrian ornament certainly betrays Egyptian influence, but there is no denying its originality...The winged male figure in the midst of our plate symbolizes the soul'. Plate 3 from "The Historic Styles of Ornament" translated from the German of H. Dolmetsch. [B.T. Batford, London, 1898]

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Ivory inlay from Nimrud Featured Print

Ivory inlay from Nimrud

Ivory inlay from Nimrud. One of the two identical pieces of which one is in the British Museum and the other was in Iraq, now missing. A lioness springs at a Nubian who falls back as the lioness closes its jaws on his throat. The background pattern incorporates Egyptian lotus. Culture: Phoenician. Date/Period: Last third of 8th century. Place of Origin: Nimrud, Assyria, Ancient Iraq. Material Size: Ivory. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Iraq Museum, Baghdad . Location: 16

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