Neighbors through Imperial Eyes: Depicting Babylonia in the Assyrian Campaign Reliefs

@article{Seymour2017NeighborsTI,
  title={Neighbors through Imperial Eyes: Depicting Babylonia in the Assyrian Campaign Reliefs},
  author={Michael Seymour},
  journal={Journal of Ancient Near Eastern History},
  year={2017},
  volume={4},
  pages={129 - 162}
}
Abstract The Neo-Assyrian campaign reliefs are rich sources for understanding Assyrian ideas of empire, geography, and Assyria’s relationship to the wider world. They are also exceptions: the format of the later Assyrian campaign reliefs is in several respects so unusual in ancient Near Eastern art as to demand explanation. Not the least of the campaign reliefs’ unusual qualities is the extensive and often detailed depiction of foreign landscapes and people. This paper examines one instance of… Expand

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