Here's a Neo-Assyrian chariot and some command figures that I've just finished painting. The chariot, crew and horses are by Eureka Miniatures and the command figures and Scythian noble cavalry figure are by Wargames Foundry. I was given the watchtower with lamassu (large winged bulls) from the collection of our mate, Bern Entriken, who sadly passed away last year. Bern had large Neo-Assyrian and Neo-Babylonian armies and we had some great games with them over the years.
Apparently the Nergal Gate of Nineveh (Mosul, Iraq) featured two of these lamassu, they were probably painted originally, and you can see a pair in the British Museum. See the post on Assyrian Reliefs at the British Museum Part One for photos. I have a small solo MeG game planned with my Neo-Assyrians and Kimmerians/Scythians, these figures will feature in that. Ancient Warfare magazine Volume XIV, Issue 6, had a great issue issue on the Neo-Assyrians recently check that out if you're interested.
I played my first Vassal, Command and Colors Ancients (CCA) game with an opponent on Tuesday night, the scenario was Zama. Vassal is an open sourced game engine for building and playing online adaptions of board and card games. We diced for sides and I got the Carthaginians. I was getting slaughtering 4-0, then through a combination of lucky dice and good cards I managed to come from behind and win 8-5, even killing Scipio in the process. It was a cracking game and the Vassal module is definitely worth downloading, as there are heaps of games on it, a great resource in times of lockdown!