Details
Image number
DTR114496
Title
Carved relief of Tiglath-Pileser III receiving homage from a vanquished warrior, south-west palace, Nimrud (Kalah) Mesopotamian, Neo-Assyrian period, 745-727 BC (limestone)
Location
Detroit Institute of Arts, USA
Medium
limestone
Dimensions
122x238.7 cms
Description
Tiglath-Pileser III was a prominent king of Assyria in the eighth century BCE (ruled 745–727 BCE) who introduced advanced civil, military, and political systems into the Neo-Assyrian Empire.
Photo credit
© Detroit Institute of Arts / Founders Society purchase, Ralph Harman Booth Bequest fund / Bridgeman Images
Keywords
carving / figure / respect / defeat / relief / empire / homage / profile / surrender / antiquity / official / figures / opponent / defeated / reverence / middle / vanquished / antiquities / receiving / low / neo-assyrian / warrior / east / king / eastern / attendant / stylised / assyria / iii / assyrian / bc / tiglath-pileser
Availability
Dimension [pixels] Dimension in 300dpi [mm] File size [MB]
Large 5518 × 2834 px 467 × 240 mm 5 MB
Medium 1024 × 526 px 87 × 45 mm 1 MB
Small 600 × 308 px 51 × 26 mm 0 MB
Permissions
PERMISSION REQUIRED FOR NON EDITORIAL USAGE

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