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Celebrant (soldier?) cloaked in lion skin and carrying a whip in victory celebration relief. Relief in Central Palace of Tiglath-pileser III at Nimrud. (British Museum, WA 136773)
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Culture
Neo-Assyrian
Title
Celebrant (soldier?) cloaked in lion skin and carrying a whip in victory celebration relief. Relief in Central Palace of Tiglath-pileser III at Nimrud. (British Museum, WA 136773)
Date
ca. 730-727 BCE
Image: August, 1995
Location
Nimrud (Calah), Iraq
Period
Neo-Assyrian
ID Number
RSE-01094
Source
Kodachrome slide taken by Richard S. Ellis
Photographer: Richard S. Ellis
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