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The wooden gates of Shalmaneser III with bands of relief decoration in bronze.

The wooden gates of Shalmaneser III with bands of relief decoration in bronze. The detail depicts executed prisoners taken during the capture by the Assyrians of the stronghold of Dabigu near Til-Barsip, now Tall al-Ahmar, in 858 BC. Til-Barsip was the capital of the Bit-Adini Aramean kingdom in north-eastern Syria. Culture: Assyrian. Date/Period: Late Assyrian, c.853 BC. Place of Origin: Balawat, Assyria, Ancient Iraq. Material Size: Bronze and wood. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ British Museum, London .

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Heritage Images / Werner Forman Archive 2

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2888 x 3090 pixels

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10 x 10 inches / 24 x 26 cm

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