The Iraq ClipArt gallery offers 6 illustrations related to Iraq.

"View of Bagdad." — Goodrich, 1844

Ancient Bagdad

"View of Bagdad." — Goodrich, 1844

"In their upper course the Euphrates and the Tigris traverse a region of steppes broken by rocky ridges and interspersed with pastures and fruitful districts. The banks of the rivers are fringed with plane-trees, tamarisks, and cypresses. Here and there are meadowlands, alternating with low hills. Further on, as the rivers descend to the level, the valleys broaden; but at the same time the higher district between becomes more sterile kind of upland waste, abounding in ostriches and bustards, the native home of wild asses and nomadic tribes of men."—Ridpath, 1885

Confluence of the Tigris and Euphrates

"In their upper course the Euphrates and the Tigris traverse a region of steppes broken by rocky ridges…

Also known as Phoenix Dactylifera. The date palm tree is one of the oldest fruit trees in the world. Dates held a very important role in certain desert regions as the staple food crop.

Date Palm of the Lower Euphrates

Also known as Phoenix Dactylifera. The date palm tree is one of the oldest fruit trees in the world.…

An image of an important commercial junction at the Tigris river.

The Tigris at Nineveh

An image of an important commercial junction at the Tigris river.

"Nippur was the ancient 'Calneh in the land of Shinar.' Excavations here were conducted by the University of Philadelphia during 1889-1900. The city contained an imposing temple, a library, and even a little museum of antiquities."—Webster, 1913

Excavations at Nippur

"Nippur was the ancient 'Calneh in the land of Shinar.' Excavations here were conducted by the University…

Perhaps the earliest people to form real cities in the western region of the world, were a people of mysterious origin called Sumerians. This drawing is a very early Sumerian stone carving showing Sumerian warriors in phalanx.

Stone Carvings of Sumerian Warriors

Perhaps the earliest people to form real cities in the western region of the world, were a people of…