RMAET9RN–Hanging Gardens of Babylon in ancient times. Hand-colored woodcut
RMHRNPEH–Ancient Wonder of the World, Gardens of Babylon
RMG38H62–Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Allegedly built by Nebushadnezzar II for his wife Amyitis, who missed her homeland, Iraq. They were grown on terraces & used water from the Euphrates River. Date: circa 570 BC
RMD976EK–Ishtar Gates, Babylon plus details showing palms, lions and animals.
RMERFYBH–Captivity in Babylon of the Israelites. Psalm 137 : 1- 5. 'By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea, we wept, when we
RFBXR02W–King Nebuchadnezzar (605-562 B.C.) stands in the area of his palace in Babylon that came to be known as the Hanging Gardens.
RMMYAACN–Vintage advertising postcard for the play The Daughters Of Babylon by Wilson Barrett. Illustrated by John Hassall.
RMHMNJF6–Babylon Glazed enamel brick lion. Detail from the Processional Way in Babylon, 6th century B.C Iraq ( King Nebuchadnezzar II. Mesopotamia 2300 BC -141 BC ) Pergamum Museum, Berlin
RMAFBJPG–King Nebuchadrezzar II, aka Nebuchadrezzar, c. 630-562 BC looking over Babylon.
RMCP67G7–Iraq - Babylon. Southern Palace of Nebuchadnezzar.
RMBP5JF6–3850. CUNIFORM TABLET, BABYLON, C. 8 -7TH. C. B.C.
RMCWB0YF–Babylon, Basalt lion, Iraq, circa 1932.
RMEG5RY8–Charles Le Brun Alexander Entering Babylon, or Triumph of Alexander
RMB5AA0K–Ishtar Gate Babylon Iraq Middle East G Thouvenin
RMBD8K1N–Babylon fallen Young people s Bible history c 1900
RMENTA4B–Semiramis hunting the lion at the gates of Babylon 25/10/2013 - Renaissance () Collection
RM2B626BD–Alexander the Great entering Babylon, drawing by Sébastien Leclerc I, 1650-1714
RFJ237NR–Aurochs relief pictures on glazed bricks from the Ishtar Gate, Babylon, Iraq constructed in about 575 BC, Istanbul Archaeological Museum.
RMAM2M38–King Nebuchadnezzar II overlooking the city of Babylon 8th century BC. Hand-colored woodcut
RMG1DKDY–Painting depicting the Jews by the waters of Babylon
RMF4X4H6–The Lion of Babylon, Iraq
RFBXMWAM–Merodach (the Biblical Hebrew name for the Mesopotamian deity Marduk, the patron god of Babylon) advances against Tiamat,
RMEGKJBK–The Fall of Babylon by John Martin (1789-1854). 1831. National Library. Paris. France. Exposition Babylon. Louvre.
RMAFDYMK–Ishtar Gate 580 BC (Neo Babylonian Empire) Babylon, 6th century B.C Iraq ( King Nebuchadnezzar II. Mesopotamia 2300 BC -141 BC ) Pergamon Museum,
RMBFR9NA–Alexander the Great enters Babylon in 331BC.
RMCP67FT–BABYLON IRAQ RECONSTRUCTION OF SPECIAL Ishtar Gate
RMBP5JM1–4053. PROTECTIVE SPIRIT AND THE TREE OF LIFE, WALL RELIEF FROM BABYLON, C. 7TH. C. BC
RMCWB0Y3–Babylon, The Ishtar Gate, Iraq, circa 1932.
RMH2PKM2–THE HANGING GARDENS OF ANCIENT BABYLON - from 'Cassell's Illustrated Universal History' - 1882
RMARMGFG–Ishtar Gate, Babylon, Iraq, Middle East
RMFB9GW0–Map of The Babylon Empire and its Surroundings
RMDXK1CF–THE NEW BABYLON (USSR 1929) Picture from the Ronald Grant Ar
RMERHB7E–The Hanging Gardens of Babylon (German title: Die schwebenden Garten der Semiramis zu Babylon). A legendary wonder of the
RMCXMTDP–The destroyed Babylon
RFJ1A44G–Coloured glazed brick panels depicting Lions stiding from the facade of the Throne Room dating from 604-562 BC. Babylon (present day Iraq). The throne
RMAYJ3PH–High priest and king of ancient Babylon. Hand-colored print
RMHRKR37–The Art of Brewing, Babylon
RMDR2957–IRAQ / BABYLON
RMG1CTA2–Painting depicting the city of Babylon in ancient Mesopotamia.
RMEM6J2J–Hill Birs Nimrud at Babylon with the ruins of the tower of Bel, Reconstruction after Layard
RFC943MR–King Nebuchadnezzar (605-562 B.C.) stands in the area of his palace in Babylon that came to be known as the Hanging Gardens.
RFFY2T6D–HANGING GARDENS OF BABYLON: 'Jardins de Semiramis'. MALLET, antique print 1683
RME1YJDT–King Hezekiah Parading his Wealth before Abassadors of the King of Babylon 1789 Vicente Lopez Portana 1772-1850 Spain Spanish
RMFGTT6B–The state entry of Cyrus into Babylon, c. 540 BC. Cyrus II of Persia, c. 600/ 576 – 530 BC, aka Cyrus the Great and Cyrus the Elder. Founder of the Achaemenid Empire and King of Persia, Anshan,Media, Babylon, Sumer and Akkad.
RMB4160W–geography / travel, Iraq, Babylon, Ishtar gate, reconstruction, ancient, mesopotamian, historical, historic, ancient people, ancient world,
RMBP26E7–1032. STELAE OF KING HAMMURABI OF BABYLON (1792 - 1750 B.C.). THE CUNIFIRM TEXT IS A PRAYER FOR THE WELLBEING OF THE KING
RMCWB0TP–Babylon, a Basalt lion, Iraq, circa 1932.
RMBP9759–Visitors looking at Ishtar Gate from Babylon at Pergamon Museum in Berlin Germany
RMBMWXGT–By the Rivers of Babylon
RMEE06E1–The People of God Leaving Babylon and Merchants Lamenting Babylon; Unknown; London (probably), England, Europe
RMAJ51DN–Nabuchodonosor Palace Babylon Iraq
RMFEYY1C–AA 6847. Archival 1960s, Reconstruction of the City Gate, Babylon Ruins, Iraq
RMJAH7JH–Lion mosaic of coloured glazed bricks on the Procession Street of Babylon (reconstruction) , c.604-562 BC, Pergamon Museum, Berlin, Germany
RMB0H8TD–Tourists in front of the reconstructed Ishtar Gate, Babylon, Iraq, Middle East
RMMF0B6X–Cuneiform inscription on a clay tablet, ancient Babylon. Hand-colored woodcut
RMG15E9C–Babylon. The metropolis of the ancient civilized asiatic world, in the days of its splendour and power.
RMD97126–Ishtar Gates, Babylon plus details showing palms, lions and animals.
RMB10P9G–Astronomical observations of Saturn. 164-3 BC Babylon
RMBTJP59–Babylon, Basalt lion marking Daniel's den, Iraq, circa 1932.
RMD13E4P–Istanbul Archaeology Museums, glazed tile images from the procession street and Ishtar Gate of Babylon, close up of lions head
RME6P6KE–The Entrance of Alexander the Great in Babylon - The Triomph of Alexander 1665 after Charles Le Brun (1619-1690) France French
RMEFX43F–Plan of the city of Babylon, Mesopotamia, around the 5th century BC according to a description given by Herodotus.
RMBJW5AK–ancient world, Babylon, architecture, Chaldean Ziggurat, reconstruction, after Chipiez, drawing by Otto Giraud, 19th century, historic, historical, pyramid, temple, temples, building, buildings, religion, pyramids, ancient world, people,
RMBP26J6–GLAZED BRICKWORK DEPICTING LIONS (DETAIL) FROM THE ISHTAR GATE ONE OF THE ENTRANCES TO THE CITY OF BABYLON. BUILT BY KING
RMCWB0Y7–Babylon, Basalt lion marking Daniel's den, Iraq, circa 1932.
RFKFAX4E–Iraq, Babylon, Reconstruction of the Ishtar Gate (Bab Ishtar)
RMB5AA0J–Nabuchodonosor s Palace Babylon Iraq Middle East G Thouvenin
RMBD8NRE–Walls and hanging gardens of Babylon From an old print Illustration from The Picture Magazine George Newnes 1894
RMAJ4YCY–Ishtar Gate Babylon Iraq.
RMA8D9T1–Processional Way with sacred lion mosaics leading to Ishtar Gate in Babylon inside Pergamon Museum Berlin
RMB9DMFA–Lion of Babylon statue, Babil Province, Iraq, Middle East
RMMF0B6G–Words in cuneiform, written in clay with a stylus, ancient Babylon. Woodcut reproduction
RMHRNWJ8–Ancient Wonder of the World, Walls of Babylon
RMG38J27–BABYLON/15C GERMAN VIEW
RMD970WT–Ishtar Gates, Babylon plus details showing palms, lions and animals.
RMB10N20–Cuneiform tablet Geometrical problems finding areas 1800 BC Babylon
RFBEN8AA–The walls along the Processional Way were decorated with glazed tiles and a frieze of 'walking' lions.
RMEMNYHE–The ancient city of Babylon
RMAB38T2–The Entrance of Alexander in Babylon or The Triomph of Alexander 1665, Charles Le Brun (1619-1690)
RMFGTPFE–The destruction of Babylon by Sennacherib in 689 BC, when he diverted the course of the Euphrates so that its waters flowed over the city and destroyed all but the most massive buildings. Sennacherib, 705 –681 BC. King of Assyria.
RMA71MYK–geography / travel, Iraq, Babylon, reed on shore of river Euphrates, ,
RMBP26J8–GLAZED BRICKWORK DEPICTING BULLS (DETAIL) FROM THE ISHTAR GATE ONE OF THE ENTRANCES TO THE CITY OF BABYLON. BUILT BY KING
RMB7B2GC–Ruins of Babylon Roman Fortress Tower in Old Cairo Egypt
RMBPCKEH–The ancient walls of Babylon The Pergamon Museum Pergamonmuseum Museum Island in Berlin Germany Deutschland Europe
RMARJXFR–Processional way, archaeological site of Babylon, Iraq, Middle East
RME6KJD1–Catalogue for the 2008 exhibition, Babylon Myth and Reality, at the British Museum.
RMAJ4YYN–Ancient city of Babylon, Iraq
RMBEPJCA–Ishtar Gate of the ancient city of Babylon, Pergamon Museum, Berlin, Germany
RMBK1RR7–Southern Palace, Babylon, Iraq.
RMBBWBPT–Germany Berlin Pergamon Museum detail of Ishtar Gate Babylon
RMABJKNM–Babylonian and Persians. Hand-colored print
RMG15F93–Brewing in Babylon-4000 B.C. In this country, rightfully called the cradle of civilization, we find the art of brewing well developed as early as 4200 B.C. The beginning of beer production must therefore date back thousands of years prior to that time. Tw
RMD89DGR–JEWS QUIT BABYLON
RMD97143–Ishtar Gates, Babylon plus details showing palms, lions and animals.
RM2C85796–invasion of Babylon by Cyrus the Great, king of the Persian Achaemenid Empire
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