Assyrian relief sculpture panel of King Ashurnasirpal II dressed in Ritual robes, he is depicted twice on either side of the central sacred tree of

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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of King Ashurnasirpal II dressed in Ritual robes, he is depicted twice on either side of the central sacred tree of
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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of King Ashurnasirpal II dressed in Ritual robes, he is depicted twice on either side of the central sacred tree of life, flanked by winged protective spirits holding a bucket with holy water which they are sprinking with a symbolic pine cone. Above the tree of life is a winged disc with possible the sun god Shamash in it. From Nimrud, Iraq, 865-860 B.C North West Palace. Room B, panel 23. British Museum Assyrian Archaeological exhibit no WA 124531.
Location: British Museum, London, England

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