This category lists sites devoted to the ancient history of the Mesopotamian Civilization.
Laws governing private as well as public and political life found in fragment condition.
A story that parallels to the Old Testament.
Categorized by art, biographies, daily life, maps, pictures, and research.
Analyzing cuneiform tablets and artifacts to discover women's status, work, and areas where they had some power.
An interactive map leading to photographs of areas of importance.
Comprises the Epic of Izdubar, hymns, tablets, and cuneiform inscriptions.
A detailed listing from 3750 B.C.E. to 63 B.C.E.
Essay on reasons for the fall of the empire.
Article on the numbering system by Michael Fowler.
Images with comments and links.
An excerpt from Herodotus's The History of the Persian Wars, c. 430 B.C.E.
A story of the goddess' descent into the netherworld providing a testimony as to an early religion in which the goddess, woman, life and love was the center and the heart of religion.
History, the sources, concepts of disease and healing, practitioners, and other sources of health care with a bibliography.
Provides information about the Fertile Crescent with a brief look at its geography, culture, and history.
Interactive guide to Assyria, Babylonia and Sumer along with information on geography, time, writing, gods and goddesses.
Extensive list of links and resources.
Commentary and resources with ancient Sumerian and Babylonian texts.
Photographs with audio.
Excerpts of the laws.
Paper on the first named and female author in all of world literature.
Historical article from Abraham to King David.
A listing of omens, c. 2500 - 670 B.C.E.
An article by Catherine Soubeyrand, including the rules.
The story of the first man.
A description of a temple tower.
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