Discoveries Among the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon: With Travels in Armenia, Kurdistan, and the Desert: Being the Result of a Second Expedition Undertaken for the Trustees of British Museum (E-bok fra Google)
Harper & brothers, 1871 - 586 sider
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Agha Akhlat amongst ancient Aneyza appear Arabs Arban Armenian Assyrian Babylon Babylonian Baghdad banks bas-reliefs Bedouins beneath Bitlis bricks British Museum bronze building bulls called camels captives caravan carried castle centre chamber Chap chariot chief Christian crossed cuneiform cylinder described Desert discovered district Eastern edifice Egyptian encampment entrance Euphrates excavations feet figures fragments head Hillah hills Hincks Hormuzd horsemen horses inhabitants inscriptions Jebours journey Khabour Khorsabad king Kouyunjik Kurdish Kurdistan Kurds lions mare Mesopotamia miles Mohammed Emin Monuments of Nineveh Mosul mound mountains Mussulman nearly Nestorian Nimroud Nineveh north-west palace ornaments Pasha Persian plain Plate principal probably ravine Rawlinson relics remains represented river rock rode round ruins scarcely sculptures Sennacherib Shammar Sheikh side Sinjar slabs stone stream Suttum tablets Tekrit temple tents Tigris tomb town tribe Turkish valley village walls warriors whilst workmen Yezidis