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Plate II.
BABYLONIA AND ASSYRIA
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SCULPTURED RELIEF OF THE REIGN OF ASSUR-NAZIR-PAL; FOREIGNERS BRINGING TRIBUTE.

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IVORY PANELS WITH LINE ENGRAVING; FROM NIMRUD.

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ARCHITECTURAL ORNAMENTS OF PAINTED TERRA-COTTA; FROM NIMRUD.

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SECTION OF BRONZE SHEATHING FROM GATES OF SHALMANESER II.

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BRONZE LION-WEIGHT.

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SCULPTURED RELIEF OF THE REIGN OF ASSUR-BANI-PAL; MYTHOLOGICAL BEINGS IN CONFLICT.

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PORTION OF SCULPTURED PAVING SLAB FROM A DOORWAY IN ASSUR-BANI-PAL'S PALACE AT KUYUNJIK (NINEVEH).

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STAMPED BRICK-INSCRIPTION OF BŪR-SIN, KING OF UR.

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LETTER FROM TUSHRATTA, KING OF MITANI, TO AMENOPHIS III.

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PRISM OF SENNACHERIB, INSCRIBED WITH HISTORICAL ANNALS OF HIS REIGN.

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TABLET FROM ASSUR-BANI-PAL'S LIBRARY, INSCRIBED WITH MYTHOLOGICAL TEXT.

SPECIMENS OF BABYLONIAN AND ASSYRIAN WRITING.

Photos, Mansell & Co.
The objects, with the exception of those represented in the first three figures, are in the British Museum.