Carved ivory plaques depicting a woman at the window (left) and a frontal-face winged sphinx (right) from the reign of Sargon II (721–705 BC), excavated at Khorsabad. OIM A22164, A22169 (D. 019142, D. 019146).
6-sided clay prism inscribed with the campaigns and building activities of Sennacherib (704–681 BC), dated "In Month of Tammuz, Eponymate of Gahilu, Governor of Hatarikka," ca. 689 BC, Nineveh (?). OIM A2793 (D. 020570, D. 020529, D. 020571).
The Dr. Norman Solhkhah Family Assyrian Empire Gallery features reliefs from the interior of the palace of king Sargon II at Dur-Sharrukin (modern Khorsabad), including a royal hunting scene and the presentation of tribute. Additional highlights of the gallery include the Sennacherib Prism, a perfectly preserved record in cuneiform script of the reign of the Assyrian king Sennacherib, including his sack of Jerusalem, and statues of divine attendants from the temple of Nabu at Dur-Sharrukin.