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Hittite, baby- sitter, Karkamış- Cerablus, 1180-700 BC, Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara

Hittite, baby- sitter, Karkamış- Cerablus, 1180-700 BC, Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara

Sennacherib, Nineveh, Iraq. Some say that Sennacherib, not Nebuchadnezzar, has been proven to be the king who built the Hanging Gardens at Nineveh, not Babylon.

Sennacherib, Nineveh, Iraq. Some say that Sennacherib, not Nebuchadnezzar, has been proven to be the king who built the Hanging Gardens at Nineveh, not Babylon.

Neo-Assyrian Relief of a Dignitary, Dur-Sharrukin, Late 8th Century BCDur-Sharrukin (“Fortress of Sargon"‎), present day Khorsabad, was the Assyrian capital in the time of Sargon II of Assyria. The great city was entirely built in the decade...

Neo-Assyrian Relief of a Dignitary, Dur-Sharrukin, Late 8th Century BCDur-Sharrukin (“Fortress of Sargon"‎), present day Khorsabad, was the Assyrian capital in the time of Sargon II of Assyria. The great city was entirely built in the decade...

Neo-Assyrian Relief, C. 721-705 BCFrom Dur-Sharrukin, the “Fortress of Sargon”, present day Khorsabad, showing a foreign groom in a tributary procession. Made of gypsum alabaster. Dur-Sharrukin was the Assyrian capital in the time of Sargon II of...

Neo-Assyrian Relief, C. 721-705 BCFrom Dur-Sharrukin, the “Fortress of Sargon”, present day Khorsabad, showing a foreign groom in a tributary procession. Made of gypsum alabaster. Dur-Sharrukin was the Assyrian capital in the time of Sargon II of...

Istanbul, The Museum of Archaeology 2015

Istanbul, The Museum of Archaeology 2015

Relief: Assyrian soldier conducting captives across the water  Period:     Neo-Assyrian Date:     ca. 668–627 B.C. Geography:     Mesopotamia,Niniveh Assyrian

Relief: Assyrian soldier conducting captives across the water Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca. 668–627 B.C. Geography: Mesopotamia,Niniveh Assyrian

ASSUR RELIEF 10TH-6TH BCE Assyrian officer presents a new king to the vanquished Elamites at Madaktu after the battle of Til Tuba. Stone bas-relief (7th BCE) from the palace of Ashurbanipal in Niniveh, Mesopotamia (Iraq). British Museum, London, Great Britain

ASSUR RELIEF 10TH-6TH BCE Assyrian officer presents a new king to the vanquished Elamites at Madaktu after the battle of Til Tuba. Stone bas-relief (7th BCE) from the palace of Ashurbanipal in Niniveh, Mesopotamia (Iraq). British Museum, London, Great Britain

ASSUR RELIEF 10TH-6TH BCE Servants carrying hunting gear. Stone bas-relief (7th BCE) from the palace of Ashurbanipal in Niniveh, Mesopotamia (Iraq). British Museum, London, Great Britain

ASSUR RELIEF 10TH-6TH BCE Servants carrying hunting gear. Stone bas-relief (7th BCE) from the palace of Ashurbanipal in Niniveh, Mesopotamia (Iraq). British Museum, London, Great Britain

Nineveh Neo-Assyrian: Relief showing king pouring libation over dead lions Assyria, ca 645–640 BC. British Mus, London Image: © The Trustees of the British Museum

Nineveh Neo-Assyrian: Relief showing king pouring libation over dead lions Assyria, ca 645–640 BC. British Mus, London Image: © The Trustees of the British Museum

5l - Ashur flys above, directing events on the ground, Ashur is known as the god whom kings swore "goes before me" clearing out any major threats from his enemy, deciding the difficulty of victory, length of time it takes, amount of casualties, what to do with captives, & just about everything else, just like the Hebrews when they entered into Canaan through war & total destruction

5l - Ashur flys above, directing events on the ground, Ashur is known as the god whom kings swore "goes before me" clearing out any major threats from his enemy, deciding the difficulty of victory, length of time it takes, amount of casualties, what to do with captives, & just about everything else, just like the Hebrews when they entered into Canaan through war & total destruction