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Display case for 3 rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC.
Louvre Frescos of Til Barsip Palace, Paris
France, 1999
Display case for 3 rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC.
Three rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip, ancient Aramean city, present-day Tell Ahmar, situated on the left bank of the Euphrate. Dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC. Excavated by François Thureau-Dangin and Maurice Dunand in 1929-31.
The fragile paintings of pigments on an unfired clay slip were restored in 1986-87 and are presented inside the display case built by GLASBAU HAHN in the Louvre section of Near Eastern Antiquities, Mesopotamia and northern Syria, Room 6.
Three rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip, ancient Aramean city, present-day Tell Ahmar, situated on the left bank of the Euphrate. Dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC. Excavated by François Thureau-Dangin and Maurice Dunand in 1929-31.
The fragile paintings of pigments on an unfired clay slip were restored in 1986-87 and are presented inside the display case built by GLASBAU HAHN in the Louvre section of Near Eastern Antiquities, Mesopotamia and northern Syria, Room 6.
Three rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip, ancient Aramean city, present-day Tell Ahmar, situated on the left bank of the Euphrate. Dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC. Excavated by François Thureau-Dangin and Maurice Dunand in 1929-31.
The fragile paintings of pigments on an unfired clay slip were restored in 1986-87 and are presented inside the display case built by GLASBAU HAHN in the Louvre section of Near Eastern Antiquities, Mesopotamia and northern Syria, Room 6.
Three rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip, ancient Aramean city, present-day Tell Ahmar, situated on the left bank of the Euphrate. Dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC. Excavated by François Thureau-Dangin and Maurice Dunand in 1929-31.
The fragile paintings of pigments on an unfired clay slip were restored in 1986-87 and are presented inside the display case built by GLASBAU HAHN in the Louvre section of Near Eastern Antiquities, Mesopotamia and northern Syria, Room 6.
Three rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip, ancient Aramean city, present-day Tell Ahmar, situated on the left bank of the Euphrate. Dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC. Excavated by François Thureau-Dangin and Maurice Dunand in 1929-31.
Three rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip, ancient Aramean city, present-day Tell Ahmar, situated on the left bank of the Euphrate. Dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC. Excavated by François Thureau-Dangin and Maurice Dunand in 1929-31.
Three rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip, ancient Aramean city, present-day Tell Ahmar, situated on the left bank of the Euphrate. Dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC. Excavated by François Thureau-Dangin and Maurice Dunand in 1929-31.
The fragile paintings of pigments on an unfired clay slip were restored in 1986-87 and are presented inside the display case built by GLASBAU HAHN in the Louvre section of Near Eastern Antiquities, Mesopotamia and northern Syria, Room 6.
Three rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip, ancient Aramean city, present-day Tell Ahmar, situated on the left bank of the Euphrate. Dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC. Excavated by François Thureau-Dangin and Maurice Dunand in 1929-31.
The fragile paintings of pigments on an unfired clay slip were restored in 1986-87 and are presented inside the display case built by GLASBAU HAHN in the Louvre section of Near Eastern Antiquities, Mesopotamia and northern Syria, Room 6.
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Free-standing cases w. reinforced base to carry 3 heavy objects (259 kg ea.) Various wall cases, 1 extra large: 3.350x 560x 2.700 mm with 2 DUORAIL sliding-doors
Musée du Louvre á Paris, Departement des Antiquités Egyptiennes / Orientales, Paris
France, 1991
Free-standing cases w. reinforced base to carry 3 heavy objects (259 kg ea.) Various wall cases, 1 extra large: 3.350x 560x 2.700 mm with 2 DUORAIL sliding-doors
1988/1991: free-standing cases w. reinforced base to carry 3 heavy objects (259 kg ea.)
1988/1991: free-standing cases w. reinforced base to carry 3 heavy objects (259 kg ea.)
Various wall cases, 1 extra large: 3.350x560x2.700 mm with 2 DUORAIL sliding-doors.
Various wall cases, 1 extra large: 3.350x560x2.700 mm with 2 DUORAIL sliding-doors.
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Various wall cases, 1 extra large: 3.350x560x2.700 mm, front with 2 DUORAIL sliding-doors
Various wall cases, 1 extra large: 3.350x560x2.700 mm, front with 2 DUORAIL sliding-doors
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