by American Schools of Oriental Research under the Jane Dows Nies Publication Fund in New Haven .
Written in English
|Other titles||Miscellaneous antiquities from southern Babylonia., On the so-called Sumero-Indian seals., The American Palestine Exploration Society.|
|Statement||Ephraim A. Speiser. Miscellaneous antiquities from southern Babylonia ; Raymond P. Dougherty. The American Palestine Exploration Society ; Warren J. Moulton. On the so-called Sumero-Indian seals ; George A. Barton.|
|Series||The Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research -- 8|
|Contributions||Dougherty, Raymond Philip, 1877-1933., Speiser, E. A. 1902-1965., Moulton, Warren J., Barton, George A. 1859-1942.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||95|
In the Annals of Ashurnasirpal and Today 2 Ephraim A. Speiser I. The Survey The outstanding feature of the modern district of Sulaimania is its marked and complete uniqueness. Chorographically, linguistically, and economically 2 SOUTHERN KURDISTAN The heart of the region is the valley of Tanjero, the right arm of the Diyala. Southern Kurdistan in the Annals of Ashurnasirpal and Today. Southern Kurdistan in the Annals of Ashurnasirpal and Today (pp. ) Ephraim A. Speiser DOI: / Miscellaneous Antiquities from Southern Babylonia. Miscellaneous Antiquities from Southern Babylonia (pp. ) Raymond P. Dougherty DOI: / Southern Kurdistan in the Annals of Ashurnasirpal and Today - Ephraim A. Speiser. The Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research, Yale University Press () Volume VIII for Moltkes Kriegsabenteuer in Kurdistan. von Paul Risch, , Berlin. Diary Kurdistan - Major E. M. Noel, C.I. E., D.S.O, On Special Duty Southern Iraqi Kurdistan was devastated by the Anfal genocide campaigns of Saddam Hussein’s regime in the s. It is estimated that some 4, villages were razed and hundreds of thousand murdered, displaced or went into exile. More recently parts of Western and Southern Kurdistan have suffered terribly at the hands of ISIS.
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Persia, Iranian, Persian, Kurdistan, Kurds, Kurdish Collection opensource ), pp. , in 19 pdf pages; "Southern Kurdistan in the Annals of Ashurnasirpal and Today," from Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research, Vol. 8, ( - Hardcover. viii, , 95 p.; 12, 18, 47 figures and 4 line maps in text, map illustrating the Zamuan wars (folding); 26 cm. Contents: Southern Kurdistan in the annals of Ashurnasirpal and today, Ephraim A. Speiser, p. -- Miscellaneous antiquities from southern Babylonia, Raymond P. Dougherty, p. -- The American Palestine Exploration. Speiser, E.A., ‘Southern Kurdistan in the Annals of Ashurnasirpal and Today’, Annals of the American Schools of Oriental Research 8 (, for –7): 1– Stevens, E.S., By . 3) E. A. Speiser, Southern Kurdistan in the Annals of Ashur nasir pal and Today, AASOR 8 (), pp. Iff. 4) E.F. Weidner, Assyrische Itinerare, AfO 21 (), pp. 42ff. 5) A. Fadhil, Studien zur Topographie und Prosopographie der Provinzstadte des Konigsreichs Arraphe, Mainz am Rhein , p.
Ashurnasirpal II (r. BCE) was the third king of the Neo-Assyrian father was Tukulti-Ninurta II (r. BCE) whose military campaigns throughout the region provided his son with a sizeable empire and the resources to equip a formidable asirpal II is known for his ruthless military conquests and the consolidation of the Assyrian Empire, but he is probably . Speiser, E. A. ‘ Southern Kurdistan in the Annals of Ashurnasirpal and today ’, Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research 8 (–7) 1ff Speiser, E. A. ‘ The work at Tell Billa ’, Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research () 19ff. The Median and Achaemenid periods define a critical disjunction in history. Iranians, more particularly the Medes and the Persians, first appear in history in the ninth-century BC cuneiform texts touching on the western half of the plateau. Iraqi Kurdistan or Southern Kurdistan (Kurdish: باشووری کوردستان,Başûrê Kurdistan ,) is the part of Kurdistan in northern is one of the four parts of Kurdistan, which also includes parts of southeastern Turkey (Northern Kurdistan), northern Syria (Western Kurdistan), and northwestern Iran (Eastern Kurdistan). Much of the geographical and cultural region of Iraqi.