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Iraq. Nineveh. South-West Palace of Sennacherib. Room LI (North). Relief depicting a male servant carrying dried locusts, c. 704-681 BC; sketch from gypsum slab now in London, British Museum, BM 124798 = 1851,0902.11

Relief depicting a male servant carrying dried locusts, c. 704-681 BC; sketch from gypsum slab from Room LI (North) in the South-West Palace of Sennacherib at Nineveh in Iraq, now in London, British Museum, BM 124798 = 1851,0902.11:
-pencil sketch on paper
-loose
-7.7 x 17.5 cm
-[on sketch] '[?] / 23 Harley[?] (crossed out) (underlined) Holles / 29 B[?]'

Iraq. Nineveh. South-West Palace of Sennacherib. Room LI (North). Detail of locusts in Bonomi MSS 32.10 (recto) and relief depicting horses being led by grooms, c. 700-692 BC; sketch from gypsum slab (panels 37-38) now in London, British Museum, BM 124795,a-c = 1851,0902.14

Detail of locusts in Bonomi MSS 32.10 (recto) and relief depicting horses being led by grooms, c. 700-692 BC; sketch from gypsum slab (panels 37-38) from Room LI (North) in the South-West Palace of Sennacherib at Nineveh in Iraq, now in London, British Museum, BM 124795,a-c = 1851,0902.14:
-pencil sketches on paper
-loose
-7.7 x 17.5 cm

Iraq. Nimrud (Kahlu). North-West Palace. Room G. Relief depicting an eunuch attendant (head and shoulders) with fly-flapper facing left, c. 865-860 BC; sketch/tracing from gypsum slab fragment, now in an unknown location

Relief depicting an eunuch attendant (head and shoulders) with fly-flapper facing left, c. 865-860 BC; sketch/tracing from gypsum slab fragment from Room G in the North-West Palace at Nimrud (Kahlu) in Iraq, currently in an unknown location:
-pencil sketch/tracing on paper
-mounted
-12.2 x 9.1 cm

Iraq. Khorsabad. Palace of Sargon II. Room 10. Panels 6-7. Relief depicting a man bringing a city model as tribute, c. 710-705 BC; sketch from gypsum slab, now in Paris, Musée du Louvre, AO 19887; and Iran. Persepolis. Column; sketch

Relief depicting a man bringing a city model as tribute, c. 710-705 BC; sketch from gypsum slab (panels 6-7) from Room 10 in the Palace of Sargon II at Khorsabad in Iraq, now in Paris, Musée du Louvre, AO 19887; and sketch of column from Persepolis in Iran:
-pencil sketches on tracing paper
-loose
-21 x 11.5 cm

Names of kings, gods and places in cuneiform with their English equivalents

Names of kings, gods and places in cuneiform with their English equivalents:
-ink text on paper
-loose
-25 x 20.2 cm
-[text]:
'at (underlined / crossed out) AT country / Assyrian Ninevite /

Lane / n.133. / 126. / Niebuhr A. / Niebuhr G. /
1 / Darius in Persepolitan /

  1. / Heroes in Persepolitan from / the Alabaster Vase in the three / writings and with hieroglyphs / at Paris /
    King Persian khsayathiya (underlined) (all crossed out) /
    King Achemenian /
    King Ninevite malca? (underlined and crossed out) MALCA /
    King Median ku (underlined and crossed out) KU (underlined) /
    (Westergard) /
    Khsayathiya. King. Persian'

Iraq. Medinet Nimrood (Nimrud)

View of the west wall of Medinet Nimrood (Nimrud) in Iraq:
-pencil sketch on paper
-loose
-24.2 x 9.8 cm
-[on sketch] 'MEDINET NIMROOD' (pencil note)
-[on sketch] 'The west wall of Timei[?]' (pencil note)

Iraq. Nimrud (Kahlu). Central Palace of Tiglath-Pileser III. Relief depicting two ships rowing away from palace surrounded by sea creatures, c. 730 BC; drawing after Henry Layard's drawing of gypsum wall panel now partially in London, British Museum, BM 102981 = 1908,1010.1

Relief depicting two ships rowing away from palace surrounded by sea creatures, c. 730 BC; drawing after Henry Layard's drawing of gypsum wall panel from the Central Palace of Tiglath-Pileser III at Nimrud (Kahlu) in Iraq, now partially in London, British Museum, BM 102981 = 1908,1010.1:
-Pencil drawing on paper
-loose
-42 x 28.5 cm
-[on drawing] 'A.H. Layard.' (pencil note)
-[on drawing] 'Ceptre.' (pencil note)

Iraq. Nimrud (Kahlu). North-West Palace. Room I. Panel 20. Relief depicting a female winged protective spirit facing left, wearing a two-horned hat and holding a chaplet, performing an act of worship (?), c. 865-860 BC; sketch/tracing from gypsum slab now in London, British Museum, BM 124578 = 1849,0502.4

Relief depicting a female winged protective spirit facing left, wearing a two-horned hat and holding a chaplet, performing an act of worship (?), c. 865-860 BC; sketch from gypsum slab (panel 20) from Room I in the North-West Palace at Nimrud (Kahlu) in Iraq, now in London, British Museum, BM 124578 = 1849,0502.4:
-Pencil sketch/tracing on tracing paper
-loose
-15.3 x 24.8 cm

Iraq. Nineveh. South-West Palace of Sennacherib. Court XIX (U). Panels 10-12. Relief depicting Assyrian soldiers in a chariot, c. 640-620 BC; sketch/tracing from gypsum slab now in London, British Museum, BM 124825,b = 1851,0902.1.b

Relief depicting soldiers in a chariot, c. 640-620 BC; sketch/tracing from gypsum slab (panels 10-12) from Court XIX (U) in the South-West Palace of Sennacherib at Nineveh in Iraq, now in London, British Museum, BM 124825,b = 1851,0902.1.b:
-pencil sketch/tracing on tracing paper
-loose
-11.4 x 8 cm

Iraq. Nineveh. South-West Palace of Sennacherib. Room XXXIII. Panels 4-6. Relief depicting an Assyrian eunuch general with three Elamite captives, c. 660-650 BC; unfinished sketch in grid from gypsum slab now in London, British Museum, BM 124802.a = 1851,0902.7.a

Iraq. Nineveh. South-West Palace of Sennacherib. Room XXXIII. Panels 4-6. Relief depicting an Assyrian eunuch general with three Elamite captives, c. 660-650 BC; unfinished sketch in grid from gypsum slab now in London, British Museum, BM 124802.a = 1851,0902.7.a:
-pencil sketch in grid on paper, with pricked marks for pouncing technique
-loose
-21.6 x 17.8 cm

United Kingdom. London.

Schematic plan of London in the United Kingdom; preparatory sketch for publication:
-pencil sketch on tracing paper
-loose
-9.9 x 8 cm
-[on drawing] '18 miles 3/4 / 11 miles 1/4' (pencil notes)

Relief depicting archers shooting from tower, Neo-Assyrian; three sketches from gypsum slab (not identified). Similar to Iraq. Nimrud (Kahlu). North-West Palace. Room B. Panel 18 (top). Relief depicting Ashurnasirpal II besieging a strongly-walled town which is being defended by archers, c. 865-860 BC; gypsum slab now in London, British Museum, BM 124536 = 1847,0623.6

Relief depicting archers shooting from tower, Neo-Assyrian; three sketches from gypsum slab (not identified). Similar to relief depicting Ashurnasirpal II besieging a strongly-walled town which is being defended by archers, c. 865-860 BC; gypsum slab (panel 18 <top>) from Room B in the North-West Palace at Nimrud (Kahlu) in Iraq, now in London, British Museum, BM 124536 = 1847,0623.6:
-pencil sketches on tracing paper
-loose
-5.8 x 13.3 cm

Iraq. Khorsabad. Palace of Sargon II. Court VIII. North-West Wall. Relief depicting two men holding sacks, c. 710-705 BC; incomplete sketch/tracing from gypsum slab, current location not known

Relief depicting two men holding sacks, c. 710-705 BC; incomplete sketch/tracing from gypsum slab from the North-West Wall of Court VIII in the Palace of Sargon II at Khorsabad in Iraq, current location not known:
-pencil sketch/tracing on tracing paper
-loose
-7.2 x 11.5 cm

Iraq. Nimrud (Kahlu). North-West Palace. Room B. Panel 17 (top). Relief depicting two Assyrian archers shooting three enemies in the water, c. 875-860 BC; sketch from gypsum slab now in London, British Museum BM 124538 = 1849,1222.10

Relief depicting two Assyrian archers shooting three enemies in the water, c. 875-860 BC; sketch from gypsum slab (panel 17 <top>) from Room B in the North-West Palace at Nimrud (Kahlu) in Iraq, now in London, British Museum BM 124538 = 1849,1222.10:
-pencil sketch on paper (with strip of different paper fixed with glue to left side)
-loose
-28 x 18.2 cm

Iraq. Nimrud (Kahlu). Central Palace of Tiglath-Pileser III. Relief depicting two ships rowing away from palace surrounded by sea creatures, c. 730 BC; tracing after Henry Layard's drawing of gypsum wall panel now partially in London, British Museum, BM 102981 = 1908,1010.1

Relief depicting two ships rowing away from palace surrounded by sea creatures, c. 730 BC; tracing after Henry Layard's drawing of gypsum wall panel from the Central Palace of Tiglath-Pileser III at Nimrud (Kahlu) in Iraq, now partially in London, British Museum, BM 102981 = 1908,1010.1:
-pencil tracing on tracing paper
-loose
-25.1 x 19 cm

Iraq. Nimrud (Kahlu). North-West Palace. Room G. Relief depicting an eunuch attendant (head and shoulders) with fly-flapper facing left, c. 865-860 BC; sketch from gypsum slab fragment, now in an unknown location

Relief depicting an eunuch attendant (head and shoulders) with fly-flapper facing left, c. 865-860 BC; sketch from gypsum slab fragment from Room G in the North-West Palace at Nimrud (Kahlu) in Iraq, currently in an unknown location:
-pencil sketch on paper
-loose
-23.3 x 14.5 cm

Iraq. Nineveh. South-West Palace of Sennacherib. Court XIX (U). Panels 10-12. Relief depicting Assyrians carrying off booty and heads and booty piled up in a palm grove, c. 640-620 BC; drawing/tracing from gypsum slab now in London, British Museum, BM 124825,b = 1851,0902.1.b

Relief depicting Assyrians carrying off booty and heads and booty piled up in a palm grove, c. 640-620 BC; drawing/tracing from gypsum slab (panels 10-12) from Court XIX (U) in the South-West Palace of Sennacherib at Nineveh in Iraq, now in London, British Museum, BM 124825,b = 1851,0902.1.b:
-pencil drawing/tracing on tracing paper
-loose
-25.1 x 15.8 cm

Egypt. Abu Simbel. Great Temple. Great Hall. Lower Register. Third Scene. Lion.

Lion with tongue out from the third scene of the lower register, in the Great Hall of the Great Temple at Abu Simbel (TopBib vii.103.(39)-(40)):
-pencil sketch on paper
-loose
-41.9 x 26.8 cm
-[on sketch] '.ABOO SIMBEL.' (pencil note)
-[on sketch] 'lyon de Sesostrifs' (pencil note)
-[on sketch] encircled '9' (pencil note, almost certainly by Dr Moss)
-[on verso] encircled '4' (pencil note, almost certainly by Dr Moss)
-[on verso] 'Abu Symbel etc' (pencil note, almost certainly by Dr Moss)

Iraq. Nineveh. South-West Palace of Sennacherib. Room V. Slab 43. Relief depicting an Assyrian fortified camp, c. 660-650 BC; sketch from gypsum slab in situ, but reported stolen in 1995

Relief depicting an Assyrian fortified camp, c. 660-650 BC; sketch from gypsum slab (no. 43) from Room V in the South-West Palace of Sennacherib at Niniveh in Iraq, left in situ, but reported stolen in 1995:
-pencil drawing on paper
-loose
-37.1 x 23.6 cm
-[on sketch] 'Nº 39 Chamber C' (pencil note)
-[on sketch] 'Abth' (pencil note)

Iraq. Nineveh. South-West Palace of Sennacherib. Court VI (I). Relief depicting a wild sow with her young hidden in the reed thicket behind, c. 700-692 BC; sketch from gypsum slab now in London, British Museum, BM 124824 = 1851,0902.2

Relief depicting a wild sow with her young hidden in the reed thicket behind, c. 700-692 BC; sketch from gypsum slab from Court VI (I) in the South-West Palace of Sennacherib at Nineveh in Iraq, now in London, British Museum, BM 124824 = 1851,0902.2:
-pencil sketch on paper
-loose
-16 x 11.2 cm

Map of the presumed boundary of ancient Nineveh

Map of the presumed boundary of ancient Nineveh:
-pencil sketch/tracing with notes on tracing paper
-loose
-12.5 x 18.2 cm
-[on sketch] 'A Kelata / - 1 Khorsabad / 2 Kounyik / 3 E[?] / - 4 Tell Kaif / B Reshidi / 5 Kara Kush ruins / 6 Karamles ruins / 7 Sheikh emir / 8 Tergilla / 9 Mar Daniel / 10 Ain es Sufra } on the Gebel Makloub / 11 Deyr Sheikh Matti / 12 Tel Billa / 13 Bashika / 14 Bazaani / 15 Imam Fadhla / 16 Convent of St George' (pencil note)

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