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

  1. buffleheadcabin reblogged this from proteus7
  2. 517567a reblogged this from heathen-211
  3. stephxyz reblogged this from proteus7
  4. oxygen8 reblogged this from proteus7
  5. montecristo12 reblogged this from proteus7
  6. chaosexmachina reblogged this from proteus7
  7. heathen-211 reblogged this from proteus7
  8. proteus7 reblogged this from gargamel01
  9. gargamel01 reblogged this from goddessoftheblackcoast
  10. hungry-skin-vacant-meat reblogged this from goddessoftheblackcoast
  11. goddessoftheblackcoast reblogged this from tammuz
  12. gnostix1 reblogged this from 1-plus-1-equals-one
  13. sothenicouldreallybefly reblogged this from barbarianconspiracy
  14. tonybearluvscomics reblogged this from 1-plus-1-equals-one
  15. 1-plus-1-equals-one reblogged this from formulas-fatal-to-the-flesh
  16. satanikhrist reblogged this from barbarianconspiracy
  17. chinablasian reblogged this from barbarianconspiracy
  18. barbarianconspiracy reblogged this from formulas-fatal-to-the-flesh
  19. formulas-fatal-to-the-flesh reblogged this from tammuz
  20. herrerillo reblogged this from bythegods