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The 7.000 Year-Old Ubaid Lizardmen Statuettes

Most of the statuettes were uncovered from an archaeological site called Tell Al’Ubaid, a small settlement mound in southern Iraq. It predates the construction of the nearby Sumerian city-state of Ur by more than a thousand years. 209 more words



Summer (3200-2000 ac) y Akkad (2350-2000 ac).

A mediados del cuarto milenio antes de Cristo, los habitantes del sur de Mesopotamia ofrecen una civilización sumamente desarrollada. 235 more words

Historia Del Derecho

Can you send me a knife, fork and spoon?

Sind Club, Karachi
May 17 1915

My dear old Elsie

Here I am dear at Karachi and we embark in a couple of hours time. I have seized the opportunity of coming to the Club for a bath and a good meal. 252 more words


Ottoman Coins in the Attic

Our regular Mesopotamian correspondent has been looking at a different aspect of life in the area during World War One for this post

Ottoman Coins in the Attic… 1,177 more words

Research Project

Review of "Like Mayflies in a Stream" by Shauna Roberts and Narrated by Hollie Jackson

Overall 4 Stars

Performance 3 Stars

Story 4 Stars

“Really good story but narrator not my favorite!”

Would you listen to Like Mayflies in a Stream again? 256 more words

Book Reviews

There is something about Lion: Assyrian Lamassu, Burma Chinthe and Chinese stone lions

When I first saw the Chinthe, Burma Lion statues in the Thai film King Naresuan, they immediately reminded me of the Assyrian Lamassu from the Ancient Mesopotamia. 288 more words