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Español: Tres reyes de Asiria recibieron el nombre de Adad-nirari. Esta piedra grabada representa a uno de ellos

Stela of a king named Adad-Nirari, possibly w:Adad-Nirari I. Object stolen from the w:Iraq National Museum in the looting in connection with the Iraq war of 2003. Found on this website hosted by the U.S. State Department.

Adad Nirari Stela
Material: Diorite
Index List Section: IIA Stone Sculpture-Statuary


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