Relief depicting the human-headed Assyrian Lamassu above the main entrance to the Sterling Library at Yale University. The famous library hosts Yale’s Babylonian Collection, the largest assemblage of cuneiform inscriptions in the United States and one of the world’s five largest collections. Sterling Library at Yale University, New Haven, CT. 
Photo by Babylon Chronicle

Relief depicting the human-headed Assyrian Lamassu above the main entrance to the Sterling Library at Yale University. The famous library hosts Yale’s Babylonian Collection, the largest assemblage of cuneiform inscriptions in the United States and one of the world’s five largest collections. Sterling Library at Yale University, New Haven, CT.

Photo by Babylon Chronicle

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