Battle of Til Tuba

Limestone relief-Nineveh-2

Battle of Til Tuba, South-West Palace, Nineveh, 660–650 BCE. Limestone relief,  The British Museum, London. Photo © The Trustees of the British Museum.

In this same relief of the battle of Til Tuba, we see a soldier in the very act of cutting off a head, in this case the head of the Elamite king Teumman.

A hypothetical source of sayings about Jesus conceived to explain common materials in Matthew and Luke.

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