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L_191 - Nimrud - Iraq
Tigris below Nimrud [General view of Tigris river]
Date: 4/1909
L_192 - Nimrud - Iraq
Nimrud mound [Tell Nimrud, mound of Ziggurat. Founded by King Assur-naisir-pal II, completed by son Shalmaneser III, dedicated to Ninurta, god of war and the chase and patron saint of city. Man on horseback in foreground]
Date: 4/1909
L_193 - Nimrud - Iraq
Junction of the Tigris and the Zab [General view of the junction of the Tigris river and the Great Zab]
Date: 4/1909
L_194 - Nimrud - Iraq
Winged sphinxes, Nimrud [Fattuh and another man standing beside]
Date: 4/1909
L_195 - Nimrud - Iraq
The Tigris and Nimrud [General view of landscape]
Date: 4/1909
L_196 - Nimrud - Iraq
[Tell Nimrud, Ziggurat mound, upper torso and head of statue - king or god. View from side, man standing next to statue]
Date: 4/1909
L_197 - Nimrud - Iraq
From Nimrud mound looking S [tell Nimrud, Ziggurat mound, men and horses in distance]
Date: 4/1909
L_198 - Nimrud - Iraq
Ziggurat from S [Tell Nimrud, mound of Ziggurat. Founded by King Assur-naisir-pal II, completed by son Shalmaneser III, dedicated to Ninurta, god of war and the chase and patron saint of city. Horses in foreground]
Date: 4/1909
L_199 - Nimrud - Iraq
[Tell Nimrud, Ziggurat mound, upper torso and head of statue - king or god]
Date: 4/1909
L_200 - Nimrud - Iraq
Jebur coffee making [Jebur tribesmen seated in tent, Fattuh standing nearby]
Date: 4/1909
L_201 - Nimrud - Iraq
Jebur coffee making [Jebur tribesmen seated in tent]
Date: 4/1909
L_202 - Nimrud - Iraq
[Tell Nimrud, Ziggurat mound, upper torso and head of statue - king or god. View from back]
Date: 4/1909
L_203 - Nimrud - Iraq
Sheikh el Askar of the Jebur [Sheikh el Askar seated with other men in tent, making coffee]
Date: 4/1909
L_204 - Nimrud - Iraq
Sheikh el Askar of the Jebur [Sheikh el Askar seated with other men in tent, making coffee]
Date: 4/1909
L_205 - Nimrud - Iraq
Sheikh el Askar [Sheikh el Askar of the Jebur tribe seated with other men in tent, making coffee]
Date: 4/1909
Q_032 - Birs Nimrud - Iraq
Nimroud [Ruins of Ziggurat - Tower of the Ezida, the tower of the god Nebo in Borsippa (a ziggurat or Mesopotamian tower temple). Once thought to be the Tower of Babel, until the discovery of Esagila, the great temple of Morduh in Babylon in the late nineteenth century]
Date: 3/1911
Q_033 - Birs Nimrud - Iraq
Babel [Ruins of Ziggurat - Tower of the Ezida, the tower of the god Nebo in Borsippa (a ziggurat or Mesopotamian tower temple). Once thought to be the Tower of Babel, until the discovery of Esagila, the great temple of Morduh in Babylon in the late nineteenth century. Women and sheep in foreground]
Date: 3/1911
Q_034 - Birs Nimrud - Iraq
Babel [Ruins of Ziggurat - Tower of the Ezida, the tower of the god Nebo in Borsippa (a ziggurat or Mesopotamian tower temple). Once thought to be the Tower of Babel, until the discovery of Esagila, the great temple of Morduh in Babylon in the late nineteenth century. Women and sheep in foreground]
Date: 3/1911
Q_035 - Birs Nimrud - Iraq
Birs Nimroud [View from ruins of Ziggurat - Tower of the Ezida, the tower of the god Nebo in Borsippa (a ziggurat or Mesopotamian tower temple). Once thought to be the Tower of Babel, until the discovery of Esagila, the great temple of Morduh in Babylon in the late nineteenth century. Men and horses below in foreground]
Date: 3/1911
Q_036 - Birs Nimrud - Iraq
View from the Tower of Babel looking north, Birs Nimroud [View from ruins of Ziggurat - Tower of the Ezida, the tower of the god Nebo in Borsippa (a ziggurat or Mesopotamian tower temple). Once thought to be the Tower of Babel, until the discovery of Esagila, the great temple of Morduh in Babylon in the late nineteenth century. Mosque in distance to right of photograph]
Date: 3/1911

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