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Nabonidus, detail of a stele in the British Museum, probably from Babylon, Iraq
Nabonidus, detail of a stele in the British Museum, probably from Babylon, Iraq
Relief of Ashurbanipal, who ruled as king of Assyria 669–631 BC. Nabonidus emulated elements of Ashurbanipal and his dynasty, the Sargonids. Some hist
Relief of Ashurbanipal, who ruled as king of Assyria 669–631 BC. Nabonidus emulated elements of Ashurbanipal and his dynasty, the Sargonids. Some historians believe that Nabonidus was a descendant of Ashurbanipal, or Ashurbanipal's father Esarhaddon.
Nabonidus as depicted in a stele from Harran
Nabonidus as depicted in a stele from Harran
A granite stele of Nabonidus
A granite stele of Nabonidus
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Colossal statue of the god Nabu, 8th century BC, from Nimrud, on display in the National Museum of Iraq
Colossal statue of the god Nabu, 8th century BC, from Nimrud, on display in the National Museum of Iraq
Late Assyrian seal. Worshipper between Nabu and Marduk, standing on their servant dragon Mušḫuššu, eighth century BCE.
Late Assyrian seal. Worshipper between Nabu and Marduk, standing on their servant dragon Mušḫuššu, eighth century BCE.