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Here you will find the overview of Articles we have of Mesopotamian. There are currently 5 Articles available to read online. This sums to a total of 19,208 words and 108,418 characters.

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Lilith is believed to have originated as a female Mesopotamian storm demon associated with wind.
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added 2011-01-23
Who was Lilith, and why is she placed with Adam, creationism's father of all humankind? A demon, a goddess, a human? Why has a simple story of lost love created incredible myths that have crossed centuries and cultural boundaries?...
by Aaron Peck / Professor Roger Solberg
3,015 words read / comments (0)
added 2010-12-09
Short history of Hammurabi, the prince, called of Bel am I. Includes a list containing Babylonian law code, presented by Hammurabi. Quote: "Hammurabi is a ruler, who is as a father to his subjects, who holds the words of M...
translated by L. W. King
11,679 words read / comments (0)
added 2010-10-03
On The Origin of the Caduceus: Symbol of Medicine.
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added 2010-01-10
by W.H. Boulton
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