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Enannatum, Ruler of Lagash Fragment  of  a stone depicting Enannatun,a sumerian king of Kingdom of Lagash.Found at the religious center of the Lagash state,ancient city of Girsu,known today as Tello,southerm Iraq. About 2450-2300 BC

Enannatum, Ruler of Lagash Fragment of a stone plaque depicting Enannatum, a Sumerian king of the Kingdom of Lagash. Found at the religious center of the Lagash state, ancient city of Girsu, known.

The Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III was made in the 9th century BC in ancient Assyria. It is about 6+ feet in height & is made of fine grained black limestone. The cuneiform text reads "Tribute of Jehu, son of Omri.." Jehu and Omri were Israelite kings who are referred to in the Bible (1&2 Kings). A close-up photo showing an Israelite, possibly Jehu, bowing to the king of Assyria can be seen by clicking "Read more" below. The obelisk was found in 1846 in Nimrud and is now in the British…

The Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III was made in the century BC in ancient…

Ivory Chairback Panel with a Warrior Holding Lotuses in the Metropolitan Museum of

Mesopotamia: Ivory Chairback Panel with a Warrior Holding Lotuses in the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Black Obelisk,of Shalmaneser III at the Assyrian capital Kalhu,Ninrud, Iraq ca 827 BC                             Más nuevos Más antiguos  Detail of the Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III at the Assyrian capital Kalhu. Nimrud northern Iraq, about 827 BC.

Black Obelisk,of Shalmaneser III at the Assyrian capital Kalhu,Ninrud, Iraq ca 827 BC Más nuevos Más antiguos Detail of the Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III at the Assyrian capital Kalhu. Nimrud northern Iraq, about 827 BC.

Sumerian stele of Ur Nammu. Ur

Sumerian stele of Ur Nammu, Ur is the oldest known existant law code surviving…

The Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III. - Shalmaneser ruled ancient Assyria around 850 BC. One of the carved images reveals Jehu, the king of Israel bowing before the powerful monarch with his face to the ground. It is the same Jehu that is mentioned in the Bible.

The Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III B.) Shalmaneser ruled ancient Assyria around 850 B. One of the carved images reveals Jehu, King of Israel, bowing with his face to the ground before the powerful monarch.

ASSYRIAN: Relief sculpture of a dying lion from the Palace of Ashurbanipal,  NInevah, 650 BCE. British Museum, London. In around 627 BC after the death of its last great king Ashurbanipal, the Neo-Assyrian empire began to unravel due to a series of bitter civil wars, and Assyria was attacked by its former vassals, the Babylonians and Medes.

ASSYRIA - Relief sculpture of a dying lion from the Palace of Ashurbanipal…

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The Black Obelisk (at the British Museum) The Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III, showing Jehu (king of Israel) paying tribute to the Assyrian king.

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

Stone bas-relief BCE) from the palace of Ashurbanipal in Niniveh, Mesopotamia (Iraq). British Museum, London, Great Britain (asiria i vavilon )

Black obelisk of Shalmaneser III At British Museum depicts King Jehu the King of Israel bowing before the Assyrian king in tribute, read 2Kings 9-10

Black obelisk of Shalmaneser III At British Museum depicts King Jehu the King of Israel bowing before the Assyrian king in tribute, read

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