The Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III (reigned 858-824 BC) was found in a central palace erected by Shalmaneser III and Tiglath-Pileser IV Jastrow 1915, p 19. The Black Obelisk depicts five scenes of tribute, like a miniature throne room. Each scene occupies four panels, wrapping around the obelisk, and is identified by a line of cuneiform script above it. The Black Obelisk provides the earliest depiction of an ancient Israelite.
Sua of Gilzanu
Jehu of Bit Omri
An unnamed rule of Musri likely heralds from Egypt.
Marduk-apil-usur of Suhi
Middle Euphrates, Syria and Iraq.
Qalparunda of Patin
Antakya region of Turkey.