Gypsum relief, Ashurbanipal's palace NinevehYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Gypsum wall panel relief: depicting a harpist and lyre player, one a woman wearing a fillet of great beads, the other a youth, wearing feather headdress, with a tame lion beneath palms and cypresses.
This neo-Assyrian relief dates to 645BC - 635BC and was excavated in room E of the North Palace of Ashurbanipal. This is panel 5.
Height: 168 centimetres