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Ancient Nineveh, 1800–612 BCE

Ancient Nineveh

Title: Ancient Nineveh
Projection: Unknown
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Description: A map of the location of the ancient Assyrian capital of Nineveh in what is now Iraq. The ruins of Nineveh are near modern Mosul, Iraq, on the eastern side of the Tigris River. Also shown are the sites of Khorsabad (Dur–Sharrukin), the Assyrian capital under Sargon II, Nimrud (Calah), the capital under Ashurnasirpal II, the villages of Kermelis and Salamiya, the ancient aqueduct south of Nimrud, and the confluence of the Tigris and Zab rivers.
Place Names: Iraq, Nineveh, Assyria, Ninua, Nina, Mosul, Tigris River,
ISO Topic Categories: inlandWaters
Keywords: Ancient Nineveh, physical, historical, physical features, topographical, inlandWaters, Unknown,1800–612 BCE
Source: Day Otis Kellogg, Encyclopædia Britannica Vol. XVII (New York, NY: Werner Company, 1903) 512
Map Credit: Courtesy the private collection of Roy Winkelman
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