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Nineveh, South-West Palace. Captive Babylonian women walk past palm trees.
8th-7th c BCE Mesopotamian Assyrian (Neo) Architectural Sculpture

NEO-ASSYRIAN Anonymous (c. 1000 BCE - 609 BC)
c. 705 BCE-681 BCE
8th-7th c BCE
W:66 cm. L:85 cm.
Limestone
Relief
Assyrian (Neo)
Relief
Iraq.
Boston. Museum of Fine Arts.
bost2081
"From Nineveh, South-West Palace, Room XIX, slab 3. Shows the deportation of defeated Babylonians to Assyria after one of Sennacherib's early campaigns against the Babylonian king Marduk-apla-iddina II (Merodach-Baladan). At center, a woman stops to give water to a small child from a water skin."

Caption: NEO-ASSYRIAN Anonymous |Nineveh, South-West Palace. Captive Babylonian women walk past palm trees. | c. 705 BCE-681 BCE | Mesopotamian | Assyrian (Neo) | ┬ęKathleen Cohen |

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