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This is a model of a lion relif at Nimrod Fortress in Israel. Note the engravings on the stones; translations (hopefully) to follow.
“The Nimrod Fortress or Nimrod Castle (original Arabic name:Qal’at al-Subeiba, “Castle of the Large Cliff”, later Qal’at Namrud, “Nimrod’s Castle”; Hebrew: מבצר נמרוד, Mivtzar Nimrod, “Nimrod’s Fortress”) is a medieval Muslim castle situated on the southern slopes of Mount Hermon, on a ridge rising about 800 m (2600 feet) above sea level. It overlooks the Golan Heights and was built with the purpose of guarding a major access route to Damascus against armies coming from the west.”