[Lamassu The Protector] Sumerian-Assyrian Winged Bull Wall Sculpture 10″W x 1″D x 9″H. 3 lbs [P]


From an era when the kings of Assyria ruled a vast empire, this direct cast is part of the rich ornamentation of the palace at Khorsabad. Cast in quality designer resin and hand-painted in the Neoclassical tones of ebony and gold, this museum-quality historic work of art will hang proudly in-home or gallery.
10″Wx1″ Dx9″H. 3 lbs.



The lamassu is a celestial being from ancient Mesopotamian religion bearing a human head, bull’s body, sometimes with the horns and the ears of a bull, and wings. It appears frequently in Mesopotamian art.

To protect houses, the lamassu were engraved in clay tablets, which were then buried under the door’s threshold. They were often placed as a pair at the entrance of palaces. At the entrance of cities, they were sculpted in colossal size and placed as a pair, one at each side of the door of the city, that generally had doors in the surrounding wall, each one looking towards one of the cardinal points.


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