Ivory panel 

Ivory panels were extensively used in the Assyrian Period to show power. Most panels were covered with gold leaf after. This panel shows a warrior carrying a lotus stem. 

Mesopotamia, Neo-Assyrian Period, 8th century BC. 

Found in Nimrud. 

Source: Metropolitan Museum

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