Assyrian Frescoes From Til Bartip - Louvre { 5 images } Created 8 Feb 2016

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Pictures images & photos of the Louvre Museum Paris collection of ancient Assyrian wall art painting fragments depicting Assyrian Charits from Til Barsip, called 'Kar Salmansar' by King Shalmaneser III in the 9th century BC, now Tell Ahmar, located on the Euphrates in north Syria. From the rule of Telgat-pileser III (774-727 BC) and Ashurbanipal . The Assyrian fresco wall art depict scene of the king and a Genie from Til Barsip, as well Assyrian fresco wall art of the king on a chariot. Download Paul Williams photos Assyrian pictures of Assyrian wall art painting from Til Barsip as high resolution royalty free stock photos to download on line or buy as photo art prints. Non editorial right must be obtained from the Louvre Paris.

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