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Ur Civilization | The first urban culture in human history (at least considering only ...

The oldest museum ever in the history build by princess Anejalde Nana The daughter of the king of Babylon Nabonidus 530 BC. M near Ziggurat, Iraq

NIPPUR - Escalier menant au Temple d'Enlil

Was the Tower of Babel a Ziggurat?

According to Genesis.: The Tower of Babel (Gen and Ancient Near Eastern Ziggurats

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Enuma Elish   Creation myth used in Amorite, Akkadian, Sumerian, Babylonian and Assyrian religion.

Enuma Elish Creation myth used in Amorite, Akkadian, Sumerian, Babylonian and Assyrian religion.

Templo Eridu , 5000 A. C http://www.bloganavazquez.com/2009/06/02/eridu-una-ciudad-del-iv-milenio-acdinastico-arcaico/

ERIDU - Ziggourat du Temple d'Enki - Commencée vers 5500 avant JC, le Temple a…

The gate of the Sun God Shamash 1 of 15 gates that surrounds Nineveh Built by Assyrian king Sennacherib 705-681 BC

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The gate of the Sun God Shamash 1 of 15 gates that surrounds Nineveh Built by Assyrian king Sennacherib BC

Ziggurat, | ziggurat in bagdad

Was founded by Mesopotamia it helped us with building buildings today.

Ut’napishtim, o Noé da Suméria, resgata Gilgamesh do meio dos oceanos durante o Dilúvio provocado pelos Anunnaki.

Ut'napishtim, the Noah of Sumer, rescues Gilgamesh from the midst of the oceans during the Deluge provoked by the Anunnaki.

Relics, Sculpture, Motifs for the Home :     Cuneiform tablet: Sumerian dedicatory(?) inscription from Ekur, the temple of the god Enlil, Kassite, ca. 16th-15th century BCE, black marble, Mesopotamia, probably from Nippur. The Kassites were an ancient Near Eastern people who controlled... - #Sculptures

) inscription from Ekur, the temple of the god Enlil Period:Kassite Date:ca. Geography:Mesopotamia, probably from Nippur Culture:Kassite Medium:Black marble x 9 x 1 in x x cm)

Stone head of priest-king Gudea of Lagash (southern Mesopotamia)  14cm high and 11cm wide.   From the early bronze era. 2143-2124 BC   Source: Leiden Museum of Antiquities

Stone head of priest-king Gudea of Lagash (southern Mesopotamia) 14 cm high and wide. From the early bronze era. BC Source: Leiden Museum of Antiquities.

Berlin, Pergamonmuseum, Teil der Fassade des Inanna-Tempels des Kara-indasch aus Uruk (part of the front of Kara-indasch's Inanna Temple of Uruk)

Sumer: Uruk, Temple of Inanna Berlin, Pergamon Museum Lesson plan: take the words from 'Summertime' (from Gershwin's 'Porgy and Bess') and have students re-word it to reflect life in Ancient Sumer.

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