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                                              "Primero te ignoran, luego te descalifican, luego te discuten, y al final afirman que esa idea era suya".

                                  Robert Bauval, corroborada por el Dr. Chandra Wickramasinghe, catedrático de matemática aplicada y astrónomo

                                                                        en la Universidad de Cardiff 

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                                                                                                CIUDADES DE IRAK ANTIGUO.

                                                                          1. NINIVE. TABLILLAS DE LA BIBLIOTECA DE ASURBANIPAL



Plan of the ruins of the walls, temples and palaces of Nineveh, showing the course of the River Khausur, and the great protective ditches outside the eastern wall. The southern mound (Nabi Yûnis) contains the ruins of palaces, etc., built by Sargon II, Sennacherib and Esarhaddon, and the northern mound (Kuyûnjik) the Palaces and Library of Ashur-bani-pal, the Library of Nebo, etc. From the drawing made by the late Commander Felix Jones, I.N.



Baked clay cylinder of Sennacherib, King of Assyria, from B.C. 705 to 681, inscribed with an account of eight campaigns of the king, including the capture and sack of Babylon, the invasion of Palestine, and the siege of Jerusalem; it is dated in the eponymy of Bel-imurani, i.e., B.C. 691. B.M. No. 91,032. This cylinder was found among the ruins of a palace of Sennacherib under the mound of Nabi Yûnis, and was bought by Colonel J. Taylor, Consul-General of Baghdâd in 1830, from whose representatives it was bought by the Trustees of the British Museum in 1855.






Baked clay six-sided cylinder, inscribed with the Annals of Esarhaddon, King of Assyria from B.C. 681–668. B.M. No. 91,028. This cylinder was found in the ruins of the palace of Esarhaddon, under the mound of Nabi Yûnis, and had been "used as a candlestick by a respectable Turcoman family living in the village on the mound near the tomb of the prophet [Jonah]." The grease marks from the candles are still visible on it. It was acquired by Sir Henry Layard and presented by him to the British Museum in 1848.


Specimens of Tablets from Nineveh.


1. Astrological report concerning divinations of the Moon.

2. Astrological report concerning the Moon and Mercury.

3. Prayers of Ashur-bani-pal to Nebo.



Specimens of Tablets from Nineveh.

1. Part of a mythological legend concerning early Babylonian rulers.

2. Assyrian letter.

3 and 4. Letter and envelope from Ashur-ritsûa to an official.

Specimens of Tablets from Nineveh.

1. Catologue of Omen tablets, giving the first line of each.

2. Contract tablet, written B.C. 675.

3. Contract tablet, with the impression of a seal; written B.C. 693.

4. Contract tablet, written B.C. 686.

Specimen of Tablets from Nineveh.

Explanatory List of Words with glosses.

. Label, inscribed with the title of a series of strological forecasts.

2. Label, inscribed with the title of a series of omens.

3. Part of a text containing grammatical paradigms.

Baked clay ten-sided cylinder inscribed with a description of the most important events of the reign of Ashur-bani-pal, king of Assyria, B.C. 668–626, and an account of the building operations which he carried on in Nineveh. B.M. No. 91,026. This cylinder was discovered in a chamber in one of the main walls of the palace of Ashur-bani-pal at Nineveh by Mr. Hormuzd Rassam in 1878.

Scene on bas-relief from a chamber in the palace of Ashur-bani-pal at Nineveh, in which the king is represented standing before a table of offerings and a divine symbol and pouring out a libation over a group of dead lions. Assyrian Saloon, No. 118.

Tablet from the Temple of Nebo with Colophon.

Astrological Omens concerning cities.

Tablet from the Temple of Nebo with Colophon.

Forecasts which formed the Fourth Tablet of the Series .

The Eleventh Tablet of the Gilgamish Series containing the Story of the Deluge as told to Gilgamish by his deified ancestor Uta-Napishtim, an antediluvian king of Erech. A portion of one end of the tablets was vitrified when Ashur-bani-pal's palace and the Librrary of Nebo were destroyed by fire. From the Library of the Temple of Nebo. Size, seven-eighths of the original. K. 3321 + S. 1881.

Portion of another copy of the Story of the Deluge, from a tablet which probably belonged to the Palace of Ashur-bani-pal at Nineveh. Photograph one-seventh larger than the original. K. 3375.


The Trustees of the British Museum have published large selections of cuneiform texts from the cylinders, tablets, etc., that were found in the ruins of Nineveh by Layard, Rassam, Smith and others, in the following works:—

  • CUNEIFORM INSCRIPTIONS OF WESTERN ASIA. Vol. I. 1861. Fol. Il. (Out of print.)
  • ——— Vol. II. 1866. Fol. Il. (Out of print.)
  • ——— Vol. III. 1870. Fol. Il.
  • ——— Vol. IV. Second edition. 1891. Fol. Il. (Out of print.)
  • ——— Vol. V. Plates I.-XXXV. 1880. Fol. 10S. 6d. (Out of print.)
  • ——— Vol. V. Plates XXXVI-LXX. 1884. Fol. 10S. 6d. (Out of print.)
  • ——— Vol. V. Plates I.-LXX. Lithographed reprint. 1909. Fol. Il. 7s.
  • ——— Part VI. 49 plates. 1898. 7s. 6d.
  • ——— Part XXIV. 50 plates. 1908. Fol. 10s.
  • ——— Part XXVI. 54 plates. 1909. Fol. 12s.
  • ANNALS OF THE KINGS OF ASSYRIA. Cuneiform texts with transliterations and translations. Vol. I. 1903. 4to. 1l.
  • ——— Vol. II. 1891. 15s.
  • ——— Vol. III. 1894. 15s.
  • ——— Vol. IV. 1896. 1l.
  • ——— Vol. V. 1899. 1l. 3s.
  • ——— Supplement. 8vo. I914. 1l.