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Supostamente criado pelo rei Nabucodonosor em 605 a.C. para presentear sua esposa, a rainha Amyitis, na cidade da Babilônia, na Mesopotâmia, os Jardins Suspensos consistiam em uma estrutura arquitetônica de terraços que continham uma infinidade de espécies de fauna e flora. Não se sabe ao certo se existiram os Jardins Suspensos da Babilônia, entretanto, escavações arqueológicas realizadas no século XIX encontraram possíveis indícios de sua existência.

Mystery of the missing Hanging Gardens of Babylon solved? Expert claims to have found the elusive wonder of the world

Reconstruction of Babylon, showing Euphrates river and zigurat Etemenanki

Reconstruction of the ancient city of Babylon was created by me between March and May of 2013 for the Mesopotamia exhibition of the Royal Ontario Museum - with an important interactive link!

The Sumerians were the first known people to settle in Mesopotamia over 7,000 years ago, between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers (modern day Iraq). Sumer was often called the cradle of civilization. By the 4th millennium BC, it had established an advanced system writing, spectacular arts and architecture, astronomy and mathematics. The origin of the Sumerians remains a mystery till this day.

Laknash - River Settlement between Qaman and Shiloh, upon the arms of Estheru.

L'étendard d'Ur est une œuvre d'art qui montre la grande maîtrise des artisans sumériens. Ce petit coffre en bois de 27 cm de haut sur 48 cm de long date de 2600 ans avant JC. environ. Il a été déc...

L’étendard d’Ur

The enigma behind the Anunnaki, creator Gods of our civilization | Ancient Code

The enigma behind the Anunnaki, creator Gods of our civilization

Sumer , or the ‘land of civilized kings’, flourished in Mesopotamia, now modern-day Iraq, around 4500 BC. Sumerians created an advanced c.

Nineveh Palace. A harpist in Sennacherib's gardens. Stone bas-relief, 7th c. BC, Mesopotamia. British Museum

ASSUR RELIEF BCE A harpist in Sennacheribs gardens. Stone bas-relief BC) from the palace in Niniveh, Mesopotamia (Iraq).

The history of Mesopotamia runs strong from the middle of the 4th millennium BCE, lasting a good 3,000 years.

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Map shows Akkad empire and the Sumerian Empire of Mesopotamia. These empires would have occurred after the division of languages.

"Babylonian temple raised to the glory of Sargon", Roger Payne

Tuesday, June 14 In the fourteenth year King Hezekiah, Sennacherib the king of Assyria came up against all the fortified cities of Judah and proceeded to seize them.

New Year's Day in Babylon (Original) (Signed) art by Peter Jackson at The Illustration Art Gallery

Nebuchadnezzar in Babylon, picture, image, illustration/Nebuchadnezzar surveys his works in a New Year's Day Procession in Babylon

Amazon.es: La Religión Más Antigua: Mesopotamia Bottero, Jean: Libros

Amazon.es: La Religión Más Antigua: Mesopotamia Bottero, Jean: Libros

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Algargos, Arte e Historia: LOS SUMERIOS. MESOPOTAMIA, 3.500-2.100 a. C. LA CUNA DE LA CIVILIZACIÓN. Exposición "Antes del Diluvio, Mesopotamia, 3500-2100 a. C."

Algargos, Arte e Historia: LOS SUMERIOS. MESOPOTAMIA, 3.500-2.100 a. C. LA CUNA DE LA CIVILIZACIÓN. Exposición "Antes del Diluvio, Mesopotamia, 3500-2100 a. C."

Algargos, Arte e Historia: LOS SUMERIOS. MESOPOTAMIA, 3.500-2.100 a. C. LA CUNA DE LA CIVILIZACIÓN. Exposición "Antes del Diluvio, Mesopotamia, 3500-2100 a. C."

Algargos, Arte e Historia: LOS SUMERIOS. MESOPOTAMIA, 3.500-2.100 a. C. LA CUNA DE LA CIVILIZACIÓN. Exposición "Antes del Diluvio, Mesopotamia, 3500-2100 a. C."