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Monument of Nineveh, discovered and described by M.P.E. Botta, measured and drawn by M. E. Flandin.Created by: PICRYLDated: 2016
Façade m. Taureau (porte k, 1), de profil.
Art, Antiquities and Archaeological Sites including Monument of Nineveh, discovered and described by M.P.E. Botta, measured and drawn by M. E. Flandin. Book published by order of the government under the auspices of the Minister of the Interior of France and more.
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Embarcation of chariot and warriors preparing to cross a river.
The king performing a religious ceremony.
A lion hunt.
Ornaments on the robes of figures. (Nimroud) [Calah]
Winged figure holding a branch;  A king in his robes.
Winged figure carrying a wild goat ; Winged figure carrying a stag.
Embroidery on the upper part of the robe of a king.
The fore-parts of two human-headed lions with human arms.
A winged human-headed lion. (Nimroud) [Calah].
Hall in Assyrian palace, restored.
Warriors fighting in chariots.
King  crossing a river.
Embroidery on the upper part of the robe of a king.
The seige of a castle.
Ornaments [on the robes of a eunuch].
The king standing over the prostrate bull.
Warriors in armour fighting in chariots.
Fugitives crossing a river to a castle.
Assyria - Head of Portal Guardian from Nimroud. British Museum

Assyria - Head of Portal Guardian from Nimroud. British Museum

Bust sculpture of a bearded man. Title from item. On mount verso: 41.

6e. et 7e. détails du mur émaillé. (Harem porte Z.)
Palais. Vue cavalière prise du S.E. avec des amorces du mur d'enceinte.
Dépendances. Coupe sur la porte M. et une partie de la cour XV, ...
3e. détail du mur émaillé. (Harem porte Z.)
Assyrie. Archéologique et moderne.
Palais. Façade sud-est, ensemble de l'entrée M.M'.M" (voir Pl. 5).
Détails de construction.
Harem. Coupe générale suivant a,b. (Voir Pl. 6)
Détails de construction.
Dresses
The history of the feminine costume of the world. The luxurious Assyrian costumes.
Fashionable ladies
Plans of buildings excavated at Nimroud [Calah] and Kouyunjik [Quyunjik].
The king in his chariot and horsemen ascending mountains (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik].
Head of a winged figure wearing a diadem.
Assyrian horsemen pursuing an enemy.
Female captives brought to the conquerrors. (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik].
Ivories. [Ivory objects found at Nimroud [Calah]]
Small objects in copper.  [Chiefly from Nimroud [Calah]].
Two archers and a shield bearer.
Head of a eunuch.
Obelisk - third side.
Glazed pottery from the tombs above the central Edifice, Nimroud [Calah].
Human figure with head of a lion [Quyunjik];  King placing his foot of the neck of a captive [Calah]; Two women riding on a mule [Quyunjik].
Ivories. [Ivory objects found at Nimroud [Calah]].
A female prisoner and camels - part of the spoil. [Continuation of the preceding subject]
Attendants bringing vases &c. to a banquet ; A castle taken by assault. (From the centre ruins, Nimroud [Calah])
Koyoundjick. (M.B.)
Château de Khan Abdallah (Kurdistan).
Mossoul (Mésopotamie), portion du mur d'enceinte.
Bronzes. Grandeur d'exécution.
Koyoundjick. (M.B.)
Hassan-Kiff (Kurdistan).
Inscriptions sur terre cuite.
Outils en fer. Moitié d'exécution.
Inscriptions sur métaux.
Koyoundjick. (M.L.)
Coiffures, hats
Shoes
Skirts
Bronze gates of Temple of Balawat. Restoration by Theo. G. Pinches. (Scale 1 inch to 1 foot)
Human-headed bull and winged figure from a gateway in the wall surrounding Kouyunjik [Quyunjik].
Élévations du monticule de Khorsabad [sur ses quatre faces].
The campaign in Nairi and capture of Suguni in Ararat (upper row); The siege of Suguni in Ararat (lower row).
Led horses, from a passage in the palace of Kouyunjik [Quyunjik].
Fish-god.  (Nimroud.) [Nimrud];  Figure near an entrance. (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik].
The campaign in Nairi and capture of Suguni in Ararat (upper row); The siege of Suguni in Ararat (lower row).
Men carrying fruit, &c.  (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik].
Men carrying fruit, &c.&c.  (Kouyunjik)[Quyunjik].
Capture of cities in the land of Ararat.
Workman towing a boat containing an obelisk or a block of stone. (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik].
Drawing bull and forest with stags and pigs. (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik].
Capture of cities in the land of Ararat.
Assyrians moving a winged bull on a sledge. (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik].
Athanasius Kircher - Erat autem Ninive Civitas.
Façade L. Bas-relief 25.
The tribute of the ships of Tyre and Sidon, and the capture of Khazazu.
Façade L. Bas-relief 30.
The tribute of the ships of Tyre and Sidon, and the capture of Khazazu.
Façade L. Bas-relief 35.
Conquest of a tribe inhabiting marshes. (Kouyunjik.)[Quyunjik].
Conquest of a tribe inhabiting marshes. (Kouyunjik.) [Quyunjik].
The conquest of a marshy country. (Kouyunjik.) [Quyunjik].
The conquest of a tribe inhabiting a marsh. (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik].
The capture of Dabigu and other cities of the district of Til-Barsip.
The capture of Dabigu and other cities of the district of Til-Barsip.
Façade N. Bas-relief 24.
Triumph of the Assyrian king. (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik].
Captives and idols carried away by the Assyrians. (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik].
The tribute of Unqu (Patinu).
The capture of Dabigu and other cities of the district of Til-Barsip.
The tribute of Unqu (Patinu).
The tribute of Unqu (Patinu).
Façade n. Bas-relief 4.
Captives and spoil brought to Assyria.  (Kouyunjik)[Quyunjik].
The tribute of Unqu (Patinu).
The tribute of Unqu (Patinu).
Façade n. Bas-relief 24.
Façade n. Bas-relief 34.
The tribute of Sangara of Carchemish.
The tribute of Sangara of Carchemish.
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