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The Northwest Palace of Ashur-nasir-pal II at Nimrud

An Interactive Publication -- Prototype

page added February 5, 2011


This page contains preliminary test renders from the Learning Sites® 3D computer model of Room G in the Northwest Palace.  This room was likely used for royal ceremonies regarding the power and weapons of the king, as the main space in the East Wing, primarly a ceremonial suite. 

The images here are arranged chronologically, with the most recent ones first.

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3G - Room G (view south, showing the addition of new furniture).

Model version 11.

Long dining table (double-click to rotate).

Model version 11.

Northwest Palace, Nimrud, Room G
2G - Room G (view northwest, showing the king completing an ablution ritual and turning to take his place on the throne).

Model version 10.

Northwest Palace, Nimrud, Room G
1G - Room G (view from Room F eastward into Room G).

Model version 10.

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Reference Information

page created: November 1, 2006
page updated: February 5, 2011
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