Sculpture panel: horse's head with elaborate harness facing right; this derives from a set of gypsum wall-panel reliefs; the traces of colour indicate that these sculptures were once extensively painted.

An00949486 001 l

Thing

Exhibition
G55 Later Mesopotamia, 1990-2008
Made Of
gypsum
Type of Thing
wall panel, relief
Subject
mammal
Techniques
painted

Place

Found In
Palace of Sargon II

Time

Acquired In
1847
Made
710BC-705BC
Period/Culture
Neo-Assyrian

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