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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. Court VI (I). Panels 66-67. Relief depicting four male captives removing stones in baskets, c. 700-692 BC; sketch in grid from gypsum slab now in London, British Museum, BM 124821 = 1851,0902.5

Relief depicting four male captives removing stones in baskets, c. 700-692 BC; sketch in grid from gypsum slab (panels 66-67) from Court VI (I) in the South-West Palace of Sennacherib at Nineveh in Iraq, now in London, British Museum, BM 124821 = 1851,0902.5:
-pencil sketch on paper
-loose
-44.5 x 56.7 cm
-[on sketch] 'The younger men are chained {two} together / Some have fetters on their legs' (pencil note)
-[on sketch] '"Thou didst show them no mercy / whom the ancient hast thou very / heavily laid thy yoke" Isaiah 47.6 / This is said of the Babylonians but is equally / applicable as we see to the Ninevites who were in / fact under the same rule / "Woe to him that buildeth a town / with blood (underlined) and stablisheth a city / by iniquity!" Habak 2 12 / Woe to the bloody city Nahum 3 1' (pencil note)
-[on sketch] 'This is a remarkable expression / of age and fatigue in the attitude / and countenance of their figures / which no doubt was the intention / of the assyrian artist to convey / It represents a number of jewish? / captives carrying stones up a steep / mound so steep as to require holes / or foot steps to enable the me / to go up to its top / It may be they are conveying stones / to make an inclined / plain over which to / drag a colossal bull / to the top of one of the / artificial mounds {or hills} on / which the palaces of / the kings of Nineveh / were built.' (pencil note)
-[on sketch] 'The word translated blood (underlined) / in the quotation from Habakak / is [...] in the plural / perhaps to signify (partially rubbed out) the {repeated} cruel / waste of life occasioned by / own fatigue / So in the quotation from / Nahum the word bloods is [...] / which might be rendered city of bloods / {that is} city built at the cost of so many lives / a succession of captives, of deportations of the inhabitants / from neighbouring countries' (pencil note)

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

Relief depicting an Assyrian eunuch general with three Elamite captives, c. 660-650 BC; unfinished sketch in grid from gypsum slab (panels 4-6) from Room XXXIII in the South-West Palace of Sennacherib at Nineveh in Iraq, now in London, British Museum, BM 124802.a = 1851,0902.7.a:
-Pencil sketch
-loose
-58.6 x 44.7 cm
-[on verso] 'Josephs' (pencil note)

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

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]:
'great / Rasarar (crossed out) RASARAR (Median) / (Westegard) /
waz arka great Persian /
rabhu (underlined) great / Ninevite /
God Median / [?] BAGA. (crossed out) ANAP / Westegard /
God Assyrian / AN. /
BAGA in Persian.'

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. 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. 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

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. Nimrud (Kahlu). North-West Palace. Room B. Panel 10. Relief depicting Ashurnasirpal II and his army crossing the Euphrates, c. 865-860 BC; sketch/tracing from gypsum slab now in London, British Museum, BM 124543 = 1848,1104.8

Relief depicting Ashurnasirpal II and his army crossing the Euphrates, c. 865-860 BC; sketch from gypsum slab (panel 10) from Room B in the North-West Palace at Nimrud (Kahlu) in Iraq, now in London, British Museum, BM 124543 = 1848,1104.8:
-pencil sketch/tracing on tracing paper
-mounted, together with Bonomi MSS 32.36

  • 25.2 x 11 cm

Iraq. Nimrud (Kahlu). North-West Palace. Room B. Panel 8 (top). Relief depicting a battle scene, where the chariot of a beardless Assyrian officer leads charge towards hillock, c. 865-860 BC; drawing/tracing from gypsum slab now in London, British Museum, BM 124546 = 1849,0502.12 (reversed)

Relief depicting a battle scene, where the chariot of a beardless Assyrian officer leads charge towards hillock, c. 865-860 BC; drawing/tracing from gypsum slab (panel 8 <top>) from Room B in the North-West Palace at Nimrud (Kahlu) in Iraq, now in London, British Museum, BM 124546 = 1849,0502.12 (reversed):
-pencil drawing/tracing on tracing paper
-mounted

  • 38.2 x 22 cm

Marble base with relief of two caryatids (only that on the right reproduced) and seated woman as personification of a conquered land, with Greek inscriptions (Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, inv. 6715, 1st-2nd century AD)

Marble base with relief of two caryatids (only that on the right reproduced) and seated woman as personification of a conquered land, with Greek inscriptions (Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, inv. 6715, 1st-2nd century AD):
-pencil sketch on paper
-mounted, together with Bonomi MSS 34.1
-21.1 x 13.9 cm

Frontal view of free-standing bronze statue of Danaid fastening dress at shoulder (Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, inv. 5619, 3rd quarter of 1st century BC)

Frontal view of free-standing bronze statue of Danaid fastening dress at shoulder (Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, inv. 5619, 3rd quarter of 1st century BC):
-pencil drawing with sketched head on paper
-mounted
-26.3 x 38.9 cm
-[on drawing] 'S Genaro' (pencil note)

Rear view of free-standing bronze statuette of Nike, without wings, holding overfold of peplos about to fall (Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, inv. 5010, date not known)

Rear view of free-standing bronze statuette of Nike, without wings, holding overfold of peplos about to fall (Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, inv. 5010, date not known):
-pencil sketch on paper
-mounted, together with Bonomi MSS 36.3
-13.4 x 21.1 cm
-[on sketch] '4' (pencil note)

Frontal view of free-standing bronze statue of Hypermnestra (Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, inv. 5603, 3rd quarter of 1st century BC), with diagrams of peplos and measurements

Frontal view of free-standing bronze statue of Hypermnestra (Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, inv. 5603, 3rd quarter of 1st century BC), with diagrams of peplos and measurements:
-pencil sketch on paper
-mounted
-25.9 x 38.5 cm
-[on sketch] 'one proof that the edge ABC is circular is that the acorn(?) B hangs the lowest the measure-ment 4.9 as this figure has no zone may be correct' (pencil note)
-[on sketch] 'The length of the figure is' (pencil note)
-[on sketch] 'ascertain if it be of this shape' (pencil note)
-[key to measurements annotated in sketch and two diagrams] 'A / B / C / D / E' (pencil note)

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