A finely molded Assyrian clay ram figurine standing upon all four legs. The animal is rendered in a stylistic manner, with detailing to the face including large, prominent, circular eyes in relief and incisions marking out the nose. Large horns protrude from either side of the ram’s long face and twist outwards. From the long body, a tail is displayed pointing down in between the back legs.
This unique item can be found in the Sonia Halliday Photo Library under the Art and Architecture collections.
Date: Circa 1000 BC