Ashurnasirpal II killing lions, c645 BC-635 BC. The royal Lion Hunt of Ashurbanipal. Assyrian palace relief from the North Palace of Nineveh, captured Asian lions were released from cages for the king to slaughter with arrows, spears, or his sword. Displayed at the British Museum.
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