Collection

Ancient Near Eastern

Nimrud Ivory Plaque with Bearded Warrior Holding Bucket and Pine Cone

Ivory , H 10

Nimrud Ivory Plaque with Bearded Warrior Holding Bucket and Pine Cone

North Syrian, Nimrud, 8th century B.C.

The Museums' selection of Nimrud ivories represents a cross-section of international motifs common to the early 1st millennium B.C. and reflects the cultures of the Near East and Mediterranean world.

Museum purchase, Friends of Ian McKibbin White Fund and the Art Trust Fund

1991.20

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Foundation Nail from the Temple of Nin-Girsu Built by Ur-Baba, Governor of Lagash

Lion-Shaped Rhyton (Libation Vessel)

Nimrud Ivory Plaque with Bearded Warrior Holding Bucket and Pine Cone

Nimrud Ivory Plaque with Falcon-Headed Figure Wearing Egyptian Double Crown

Relief of a Gift Bearer

Winged Genius

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