Free-standing sculpture of Asclepius with Rod in left hand
Antiques in Lord North's Collection
Antique Dress II
Antique Dress I
Sphinx, Great Pyramid, Memphis etc
[Upper] Iraq. Kouyunjik (Nineveh). South-West Palace. Room V. Slab 43. Relief depicting an Assyrian fortified camp, temp. Sennacherib, c. 700 BC; sketch from gypsum slab in situ but reported stolen in 1995 (reversed). [Lower] Frieze design with women holding amphorae and warriors.
Iraq. Nimrud (Kahlu). North-West Palace. Relief depicting Ashurnasirpal II and his army crossing the Euphrates, c. 865-860 BC; sketch in grid from gypsum slab now in London, British Museum, BM 124543 = 1848,1104.8.
Iraq. Nimrud (Kahlu). North-West Palace. Relief depicting a winged protective spirit facing left, wearing a three-horned cap and holding bucket and cone, c. 865-860 BC; sketch from gypsum slab left in situ or perhaps now in London, British Museum, not identified.
Iraq. Nimrud (Kahlu). North-West Palace. Egyptianizing cartouches (fragment and complete) from carved ivory inlay panels (London, British Museum, 123855 = 1848,0720.78 = C.50 & 118120 = 1848,0720.20 = C.48, 9th-8th century BC).