Head of Ashurbanipal


The stock image is a close-up photograph of a head carved in stone, depicting the likeness of Ashurbanipal, a king of the Neo-Assyrian Empire who ruled in the 7th century BCE. The head is shown in profile, with intricate details and deep carving lines on the face, beard, and headdress.

The eyes are large and almond-shaped, the nose is prominent, and the lips are full. The king is wearing a tall, ornate headdress that is adorned with a large central crest and a row of pointed projections on either side. The head appears to be made of a light-colored stone, with areas of discoloration and wear on the surface.

Overall, the image conveys a sense of power, authority, and regal bearing, befitting the ruler of a mighty ancient empire.

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