North Palace, Room M Panel 17Your model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Gypsum wall panel relief: Assyrian capture of fortress in Egypt. At the top Assyrians storm the fortress; one tries to set fire to the gate while others undermine walls. Prisoners marched out are recognisable as Nubian soldier of Taharka, wear a single upright feather on their heads; native Egyptians are represented by a group of civilian prisoners with two children on a donkey. Below is a river containing many fish and some crabs.
Created from 27 photographs (Honor 10 mobile) in the I am Ashurbanipal exhibition.
Length: 114.3 centimetresWidth: 187.96 centimetresDepth: 15.24 centimetres