Lion discovered at Arban, Anunnaki, Sumerian, Assyrian, and Babylonian. Public Domain ClipArt Stock Photos and Images. - In a few days a lion, with extended jaws, sculptured in the same coarse limestone, and in the same bold archaic style as the bulls was discovered by Sir Henry Austen Layard (1817-1894) (John Murray, 1853).
It had five legs, and the tail had the claw at the end, as in the Nineveh bas-reliefs. In height it was nearly the same as the bulls. The height of this fragment was 5 ft. 8 in. I searched in vain for the one which must have formed the opposite side of the doorway.
Discoveries in the ruins of Nineveh and Babylon; with travels in Armenia, Kurdistan and the desert: being the result of a second expedition undertaken for the Trustees of the British museum
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and also in countries that figure copyright from the date of death of the artist (post mortem auctoris in this case Sir Henry Austen Layard (1817-1894) and that most commonly run for a period of 50 to 70 years from that date. +sookie tex