Assyrian relief sculpture panel of Tribute bearers, the first one has a turban from north-west Syria and raises his clenched hands as a token of subm

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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of Tribute bearers, the first one has a turban from north-west Syria and raises his clenched hands as a token of subm
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Assyrian relief sculpture panel of Tribute bearers, the first one has a turban from north-west Syria and raises his clenched hands as a token of submission. The second person may be Phoenician and has a pair of monkeys to add the Assyrian kings exotic animal collection . From Nimrud, Iraq, 865-860 B.C North West Palace. Court D, panel 7. British Museum Assyrian Archaeological exhibit no WA 124502.
Location: British Museum, London, England

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