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The oldest map of the world with Babylon at the center. (according to source)

The oldest map of the world with Babylon at the center. (according to source)

Nimrud - Ivory Panel, ca 8th c. BC, Assyrian. Mesopotamia

Nimrud - Ivory Panel, ca 8th c. BC, Assyrian. Mesopotamia

Babylonian Map - This artifact was discovered in Iraq close to the Euphrates river in the late 1800s and first published (or written about) in 1899. It has been dated to around 600 BCE. This was the oldest known map for several decades until the Nippur map.   The Babylonian Map is currently in the British Museum as far as I know.

Babylonian Map - This artifact was discovered in Iraq close to the Euphrates river in the late 1800s and first published (or written about) in 1899. It has been dated to around 600 BCE. This was the oldest known map for several decades until the Nippur map. The Babylonian Map is currently in the British Museum as far as I know.

This inscribed basalt slab is known as the Stela of Zakkur. It refers to the Aramaic king Hazael who is also referred to in the Bible in such passages as 1 Kings 19:15. The item was discovered in 1903 at Tel Afis in Syria and dates to approximately 800 BC. The artifact is about 24 inches tall and the language is Aramaic. It is now located in the Louvre.

This inscribed basalt slab is known as the Stela of Zakkur. It refers to the Aramaic king Hazael who is also referred to in the Bible in such passages as 1 Kings 19:15. The item was discovered in 1903 at Tel Afis in Syria and dates to approximately 800 BC. The artifact is about 24 inches tall and the language is Aramaic. It is now located in the Louvre.

Babylonian Stone Tablet used in the research and assembly of a 21-volume dictionary of the language of ancient Mesopotamia and its Babylonian and Assyrian dialects. Unspoken for 2,000 years but preserved on clay tablets and in stone inscriptions deciphered over the last two centuries. Dictionary finally completed by scholars at the University of Chicago. There are now explanations and the ability to study Cuniform writing of the 4th millennium BC by the Sumerians of Mesopotamia. Too…

Babylonian Stone Tablet used in the research and assembly of a 21-volume dictionary of the language of ancient Mesopotamia and its Babylonian and Assyrian dialects. Unspoken for 2,000 years but preserved on clay tablets and in stone inscriptions deciphered over the last two centuries. Dictionary finally completed by scholars at the University of Chicago. There are now explanations and the ability to study Cuniform writing of the 4th millennium BC by the Sumerians of Mesopotamia. Too…

Babylonian world map

Babylonian world map

This clay tablet from ancient Babylon describes monthly rations allowed to Jehoiachin, a Jewish king. The Biblical account of King Jehoiachin is found in 2 Kings 25:29-30, which also states that he received a "regular allowance" from the king of Babylon. The tablet was made in c. 595-570 BC, discovered in Babylon in c. 1900.  The text is in the Akkadian language using cuneiform script. The artifact is now located in the Museum of the Ancient Near East, Pergamum Museum, Berlin.

This clay tablet from ancient Babylon describes monthly rations allowed to Jehoiachin, a Jewish king. The Biblical account of King Jehoiachin is found in 2 Kings 25:29-30, which also states that he received a "regular allowance" from the king of Babylon. The tablet was made in c. 595-570 BC, discovered in Babylon in c. 1900. The text is in the Akkadian language using cuneiform script. The artifact is now located in the Museum of the Ancient Near East, Pergamum Museum, Berlin.

Hagia Sophia, Istanbul | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Hagia Sophia, Istanbul | Flickr - Photo Sharing!