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NINEVEH (Iraq) - The Gates of Nineveh - capital of the Assyrian Empire and largest city of the world during the 7th Century BCE, it fell in 612 BCE during the Battle of Nineveh to the Babylonians and Chaldeans.

NINEVEH (Iraq) - The Gates of Nineveh - capital of the Assyrian Empire and largest city of the world during the 7th Century BCE, it fell in 612 BCE during the Battle of Nineveh to the Babylonians and Chaldeans.

NINEVEH (Iraq) - part of the old wall of the city

NINEVEH (Iraq) - part of the old wall of the city

Queen Bona Dimyoun's statue in Hatrra city, Ninawa province- Iraq

Queen Bona Dimyoun's statue in Hatrra city, Ninawa province- Iraq

baghdad iraq saddam hussein palace | Recent Photos The Commons Getty Collection Galleries World Map App ...

baghdad iraq saddam hussein palace | Recent Photos The Commons Getty Collection Galleries World Map App ...

De groei van het Romeinse imperium - Romeinen bouwden een imperium op en veroverden uiteindelijk ook Griekeland. De Grieks-Romeinse cultuur verspreidde zich door Europa, het Midden-Oosten en Noord-Afrika. De invloed van de Klassieke Oudheid is niet alleen terug te vinden in onze taal, literatuur, beeldende kunst en architectuur, maar ook in onze normen en waarden. In 476 houdt het West-Romeine Rijk op te bestaan. Het Oost-Romeinse Rijk bestaat tot 1453.

De groei van het Romeinse imperium - Romeinen bouwden een imperium op en veroverden uiteindelijk ook Griekeland. De Grieks-Romeinse cultuur verspreidde zich door Europa, het Midden-Oosten en Noord-Afrika. De invloed van de Klassieke Oudheid is niet alleen terug te vinden in onze taal, literatuur, beeldende kunst en architectuur, maar ook in onze normen en waarden. In 476 houdt het West-Romeine Rijk op te bestaan. Het Oost-Romeinse Rijk bestaat tot 1453.

Nineveh. Mashki Gate. Iraq  Nineveh was one of the oldest and greatest cities in antiquity. The area was settled as early as 6000 BC and, by 3000 BC, had become an important religious center for worship of the Assyrian goddess Ishtar. The early city (and subsequent buildings) were constructed on a fault line and, consequently, suffered damage from a number of earthquakes. One such event destroyed the first temple of Ishtar which was then rebuilt in 2260 BC by the Akkadian king Manishtusu.

Nineveh. Mashki Gate. Iraq Nineveh was one of the oldest and greatest cities in antiquity. The area was settled as early as 6000 BC and, by 3000 BC, had become an important religious center for worship of the Assyrian goddess Ishtar. The early city (and subsequent buildings) were constructed on a fault line and, consequently, suffered damage from a number of earthquakes. One such event destroyed the first temple of Ishtar which was then rebuilt in 2260 BC by the Akkadian king Manishtusu.

This photograph shows the progress of the excavations in the deep hole, Pit X, undertaken from 1933-1934. The large-scale excavation removed 13,000 cubic meters of soil and involved over 150 workers. Photo Credit: C. Leonard Woolley, 1934, and Iraq's Ancient Past, Penn Museum Woolley conducted excavations at Ur for 12 seasons, excavations paid for by the British Museum the University of Pennsyvlania; five of those seasons (1926-1932) were concentrated on the Royal Cemetery.

Early Twentieth Century Excavations at the Royal Cemetery at Ur

This photograph shows the progress of the excavations in the deep hole, Pit X, undertaken from 1933-1934. The large-scale excavation removed 13,000 cubic meters of soil and involved over 150 workers. Photo Credit: C. Leonard Woolley, 1934, and Iraq's Ancient Past, Penn Museum Woolley conducted excavations at Ur for 12 seasons, excavations paid for by the British Museum the University of Pennsyvlania; five of those seasons (1926-1932) were concentrated on the Royal Cemetery.

The British Museum Artifacts | xfacts.com - Sumerian artifacts

The British Museum Artifacts | xfacts.com - Sumerian artifacts

Nineveh is an abandoned Assyrian city on the eastern bank of the Tigris River, and capital of the Neo-Assyrian Empire.It was settled as early as 6000 BC. It was the largest city in the world. Its ruins are across the Tigris river from the city of Mosul.

Nineveh is an abandoned Assyrian city on the eastern bank of the Tigris River, and capital of the Neo-Assyrian Empire.It was settled as early as 6000 BC. It was the largest city in the world. Its ruins are across the Tigris river from the city of Mosul.

Iraq Atlas: Maps and Online Resources | Infoplease.com

Iraq Atlas: Maps and Online Resources | Infoplease.com

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