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English: Transport of Lebanese cedar. Low-relief from the North wall of the main court, king Sargon II's palace at Dur Sharrukin in Assyria (now Khorsabad in Iraq), c. 713–716 BC.
Français : Transport de cèdre du Liban. Bas-relief de la façade nord de la cour d'honneur du palais bâti par Sargon II à Dur Sharrukin, en Assyrie (actuelle Khorsabad, Iraq), v. 713–716 av. J.-C. Fouilles de Paul-Émile Botta en 1843–1844.
فارسی: جابجایی الوار سرو آزاد لبنانی به سوی میانرودان، کندهکاری کاخ سارگون سوم، پایان سده هشتم پ.م.
|Dimensions||H. 2.41 m (7 ft. 10 ¾ in.), W. 38 cm (14 ¾ in.)|
|Department of Oriental Antiquities, Richelieu wing, ground floor, room 4|
|Accession number||AO 19890|
|Credit line||Excavations of Paul-Émile Botta, 1843–1844.|
|Source/Photographer||Marie-Lan Nguyen (2005)|
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|Date and time of data generation||14:32, 3 February 2005|
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|File change date and time||14:32, 3 February 2005|
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