Relief depicting the human-headed spirit Apkallu attending the Sacred Tree from the walls of King Ashurnasirpal II Northwest Palace in the Assyrian capital city of Nimrud. The relief dates back to 883-859 BCE. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT.
Photo by Babylon Chronicle

Relief depicting the human-headed spirit Apkallu attending the Sacred Tree from the walls of King Ashurnasirpal II Northwest Palace in the Assyrian capital city of Nimrud. The relief dates back to 883-859 BCE. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT.

Photo by Babylon Chronicle

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