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Assyrian sculpture is the sculpture of the ancient Assyrian states, especially the Neo-Assyrian Empire of 911 to 612 BC, which ruled modern Iraq, Syria, and much of Iran.It forms a phase of the art of Mesopotamia, differing in particular because of its much greater use of stone and gypsum alabaster for large sculpture.. Much the best-known works are the huge lamassu guarding entrance ways, and
24 Jan 2019 ... From his capital at Nineveh on the edge of present-day city of Mosul in ... in a massive glass wall divided into grids, each containing a cuneiform text, ... Apparently it was Asurbanipal's grandfather, Sennacherib (mentioned in the Bible) ... the dense concentration of information and huge reliefs depicting his ...
Nineveh and Nimrud Palaces received an award from the initiative for protective efforts carried out at the sites. These included the reinstallation of the protective cover over Sennacherib’s palace at Nineveh and the stationing of guards at both palaces, which had protected the ruins from vandals and allowed them to function as site museums. Sennacherib’s construction of a new capital at Nineveh was a massive endeavor, and the city and its garden were supplied with a water management project unparalleled at the time. Sennacherib’s canal system, which was some 50 miles long and as wide as the Panama Canal in some sections, featured advanced sluice gates, aqueducts, millions of dressed stones and waterproof cement.
What we know from 170 years of research is that the most important rooms of the palace were carved with inscriptions describing his military campaigns and narrative wall reliefs depicting the king’s victories, including his destruction of the citadel at Lachish, given a entire room in …
Sennacherib brought together Nurrugum and Nineveh to form a vast urban metropolis. 7.5 miles (12 km) of wall surrounded a 1800 acres (750 ha) city that was accessed through 15 gigantic gates. Each gate was a two storey fortress with an inner and outer gate and its own garrison.