Eagle-headed protective spirit, NimrudYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Gypsum wall panel relief: showing an eagle-headed protective spirit in the character of fertilizer of the date-palm. The decoartive designs on the borders of the royal garments include date-palms and clusters of fruit, an eagle-headed winged protective spirit, and a man-headed winged lion. The panel carries an inscription written in cuneiform script.
Ashurnasirpal II’s North West Palace, Room G Panel D1 at Nimrud. Height: 240.7 centimetres Width: 169.1 centimetres
90 photographs in variable light, Sony A6000