The 'sacred' tree, NW Palace Nimrud panel 16Your model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Gypsum wall panel relief: showing the ‘sacred’ tree, or conventional representation of the date-palm. On each side of it stands a female protective spirit wearing a two-horned hat, and holding a chaplet in the left hand, performing an act of worship (?). The panel carries an inscription written in cuneiform script.
Dating 865BC-860BC, found in Ashurnasirpal II’s North West Palace, Room I
Height: 112 centimetresWidth: 174 centimetres
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