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Kudurru reporting the donation of land by the Kassite king Meli-Shipak II to his daughter Hunubate-Nanaia, 12th century BC, Louvre Museum
Kudurru reporting the donation of land by the Kassite king Meli-Shipak II to his daughter Hunubate-Nanaia, 12th century BC, Louvre Museum
Fragment of tablet from the Chronicle P, which relates the conflicts between the Kassite and Assyrian kings
Fragment of tablet from the Chronicle P, which relates the conflicts between the Kassite and Assyrian kings
Stone with a votive inscription with the name of Nazi-Maruttash, son of Kurigalzu II. Babylonian artwork, Kassite period.
Stone with a votive inscription with the name of Nazi-Maruttash, son of Kurigalzu II. Babylonian artwork, Kassite period.
Kudurru dated to the reign of Marduk-apla-iddina I. Babylonian work of the Kassite period, taken to Susa as spoil of war in the 12th century BC
Kudurru dated to the reign of Marduk-apla-iddina I. Babylonian work of the Kassite period, taken to Susa as spoil of war in the 12th century BC
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A reconstructed portion of the ruins of Babylon
A reconstructed portion of the ruins of Babylon
Babylon in 1932
Babylon in 1932
"Entry of Alexander into Babylon", a 1665 painting by Charles LeBrun, depicts Alexander the Great's uncontested entry into the city of Babylon, envisi
"Entry of Alexander into Babylon", a 1665 painting by Charles LeBrun, depicts Alexander the Great's uncontested entry into the city of Babylon, envisioned with pre-existing Hellenistic architecture.
Original tiles of the processional street. Ancient Babylon, Mesopotamia, Iraq.
Original tiles of the processional street. Ancient Babylon, Mesopotamia, Iraq.