A replica of the Victory Stele of Esarhaddon (side view), the Assyrian king who defeated Pharaoh Taharqa of Ancient Egypt in 671 BC. The Semitic Museum of Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.  
Photo by Babylon Chronicle

A replica of the Victory Stele of Esarhaddon (side view), the Assyrian king who defeated Pharaoh Taharqa of Ancient Egypt in 671 BC. The Semitic Museum of Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.  

Photo by Babylon Chronicle

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