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Legacy of Tiamat Limestone cup from Uruk: Ht 12.7 cm. 3,100-3,000 BCE, Uruk in Southern Iraq (Photo from pg. 53 of D. Collon’s 1995 Ancient Near Eastern Art).

Legacy of Tiamat Limestone cup from Uruk: Ht 12.7 cm. 3,100-3,000 BCE, Uruk in Southern Iraq (Photo from pg. 53 of D. Collon’s 1995 Ancient Near Eastern Art).

Nimrud " Kalkhu": 710 B.C. an Ivory doll may be for Semiramis, it was named Mona Lisa of East by Agatha Christie when her husband Sir Max Millwan found it. ______  نمرود "كلخو" 710 ق.م. دمية عاجيّة ربّما تكون سميراميس، و قد دعيت موناليزا الشرق من قبل أجاثا كريستي عندما عثر عليها زوجها الآثاري السير ماكس ملوان

Nimrud " Kalkhu": 710 B.C. an Ivory doll may be for Semiramis, it was named Mona Lisa of East by Agatha Christie when her husband Sir Max Millwan found it. ______ نمرود "كلخو" 710 ق.م. دمية عاجيّة ربّما تكون سميراميس، و قد دعيت موناليزا الشرق من قبل أجاثا كريستي عندما عثر عليها زوجها الآثاري السير ماكس ملوان

Kneeling Figure Bound with Serpents c.2600-2400 BC Iraq Sumerian Source: Cincinnati Art Museum

Kneeling Figure Bound with Serpents c.2600-2400 BC Iraq Sumerian Source: Cincinnati Art Museum

Tête de lion gardien de temple Début du IIe millénaire avant J.-C. Babylonie Le Louvre Oriental

Tête de lion gardien de temple Début du IIe millénaire avant J.-C. Babylonie Le Louvre Oriental

ANTIQUITIES ORIENTAL: ASSUR SCULPTURE 10TH-6TH BCE Bearded man with a long staff. Clay figurine Period of Sennacherib (704-681 BCE) from Niniveh, Mesopotamia (Iraq) Cat. 90996 British Museum, London, Great Britain

ANTIQUITIES ORIENTAL: ASSUR SCULPTURE 10TH-6TH BCE Bearded man with a long staff. Clay figurine Period of Sennacherib (704-681 BCE) from Niniveh, Mesopotamia (Iraq) Cat. 90996 British Museum, London, Great Britain

Sumer: The original Black civilization of Iraq - The Chaldeans and the Persian Conquest

Sumer: The original Black civilization of Iraq - The Chaldeans and the Persian Conquest

Observation of Haley’s Comet, recorded in Cuneiform on a clay tablet between 22-28 September 164 BCE, Babylon, Iraq. British Museum, London. BM 41462

Observation of Haley’s Comet, recorded in Cuneiform on a clay tablet between 22-28 September 164 BCE, Babylon, Iraq. British Museum, London. BM 41462

Gypsum Statuettes of a man and a woman, from Nippur, Temple of Ianna, Baghdad, Iraq Museum, c. 2400 BC.

Gypsum Statuettes of a man and a woman, from Nippur, Temple of Ianna, Baghdad, Iraq Museum, c. 2400 BC.

Votive Vase of Dark Gray Steatite, with Bas-relief Figures of Bulls and Ear of Corns (early 3rd millennium BC)

Votive Vase of Dark Gray Steatite, with Bas-relief Figures of Bulls and Ear of Corns (early 3rd millennium BC)

The Assyrians battled the Chaldeans at the river Ulaya and won the day. In 694 B.C, While the Assyrians were busy at the Persian Gulf, the Elamites invaded northern Babylonia in a complete surprise.

The Assyrians battled the Chaldeans at the river Ulaya and won the day. In 694 B.C, While the Assyrians were busy at the Persian Gulf, the Elamites invaded northern Babylonia in a complete surprise.