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Cuneiform Fragment

cuneiform frag
cuneiform frag

Assyrian Cuneiform Fragment, Late Assyrian Period, soft alabaster, 3.12 inches high, Albert Minor, 1965.1.1

A cuneiform fragment, part of seven registers, that is supposedly over 2000 years old.  It was found in Nineveh, Assyria and was believed by its original collector to have come from the palace of Nebuchadnezzar II, who reigned c. 605 – 562 B.C.E.

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