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Mythological Personage

Mythological Personage.jpg An Assyrian King and His Chief MinisterThumbnailsKing Assur-nasir-palAn Assyrian King and His Chief MinisterThumbnailsKing Assur-nasir-palAn Assyrian King and His Chief MinisterThumbnailsKing Assur-nasir-palAn Assyrian King and His Chief MinisterThumbnailsKing Assur-nasir-palAn Assyrian King and His Chief MinisterThumbnailsKing Assur-nasir-palAn Assyrian King and His Chief MinisterThumbnailsKing Assur-nasir-palAn Assyrian King and His Chief MinisterThumbnailsKing Assur-nasir-pal
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This type of dress, which in the British Museum is described as worn by “a Mythological Figure in attendance upon King Assur-nasir-pal”, ninth century B.C., might be dated about 1000 B.C., as following the usual custom of the ancients who dressed their sacred figures in the costume of some previous generation as a rule

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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Ancient Egyptian, Assyrian, and Persian costumes and decorations, by Mary G. Houston and Florence Hornblower Published 1920
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