Assyrian Relief head of a Persian nobleman Persian Persepolis wall plaque art Sculpture 12" www.Neo-Mfg.com Museum reproduction
Size 11.25" Tall x 8.3" wide
Museum reproduction, Mold made from a print of the original work on display at the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna.
The head depicted in the profile was part of a figure of a Persian nobleman. The sitter wears a feather crown, underneath which the hair curls and spirals in on the forehead and side. Relief representations of dignitaries adorned the monumental staircase of the reception hall of the royal palace in Persepolis.
DATED: Time of King Darius, 522-486 BC Chr.
LOCALITY: Persepolis (Iran |)
MATERIAL: Limestone, gray
DIMENSIONS: H 28,7 cm, W 21,2 cm, D 8,5 cm
PROVENANCE: Taken in 1929 from the Antikensammlung, 1860 purchase
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