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English: Winged genie with spath-(pollen), and pollen/spath-bucket before a Tree of Life panel-(at other museum), giving its blessing. Relief from the north wall of the Palace of king Sargon II at Dur Sharrukin in Assyria (now Khorsabad in Iraq), 716–713 BC.Français : Génie ailé donnant une bénédiction. Bas-relief du mur septentrional du palais bâti par Sargon III à Dur Sharrukin, en Assyrie (actuelle Khorsabad, Iraq), v. 716–713 av. J.-C. Fouilles de Paul-Émile Botta en 1843–1844.

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    Winged genie is the conventional term for a recurring motif in Assyrian iconography. Winged...

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