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Bronze gates of Temple of Balawat. Restoration by Theo. G. Pinches. (Scale 1 inch to 1 foot)

Bronze gates of Temple of Balawat. Restoration by Theo. G. Pinches. (Scale 1 inch to 1 foot)

 
 
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Art, Antiquities and Archaeological Sites including Monument of Nineveh, discovered and described by M.P.E. Botta, measured and drawn by M. E. Flandin. Book published by order of the government under the auspices of the Minister of the Interior of France and more.

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Date

1880
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Contributors

Pinches, Theophilus G. (Theophilus Goldridge) (1856-1934), Writer of accompanying material
Eames, Wilberforce (1855-1937), Compiler
Birch, Samuel (1813-1885), Author
Birch, Walter de Gray (1842-1924), Author of introduction, etc.
Pinches, Theophilus G. (Theophilus Goldridge) (1856-1934), Artist
Shalmanesar III, King of Assyria,
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Location

London
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New York Public Library
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Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication ("CCO 1.0 Dedication")

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