Nimrud or Kalhu Assyrian Relief Sculpture - Northwest Palace - British Museum - Pictures { 68 images } Created 10 Feb 2016

Pictures images photos of the British Museum collection of antiquaries artefact relief sculpture prthostats from Nimrud ancient Assyrian city originally known as Kalhu, located 30 kilometres (20 mi) south of the city of Mosul, present day Iraq. This Assyrian relief sculpture collection contains Assyrian artefacts depicting ancient Assyrian gods and deities from the North West Palace of Nimrut dating from 850BC. The British Museum London is one of the foremost historical museums in the world. The British Museum houses important unique collections from all around the world as well as major collections of antiquaries and artefacts from antiquity. The Assyrian Nimrud collection at the British museum is an important source of learning for academics and enthusiasts of ancient world.

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