The civilization of Babylonia and Assyria

Its remains, language, history, religion, commerce, law, art, and literature

by Morris Jastrow | 1915 | 168,585 words

This work attempts to present a study of the unprecedented civilizations that flourished in the Tigris-Euphrates Valley many thousands of years ago. Spreading northward into present-day Turkey and Iran, the land known by the Greeks as Mesopotamia flourished until just before the Christian era....

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Sir Austen Henry Layard

Ernest de Sarzec

Georg Friedrich Grotefend

Sir Henry C. Rawlinson

Rev. Edward Hincks

Jules Oppert

George Smith

John Henry Haynes


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