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Museum of Lost Objects: Looted Sumerian Seal
The lower tier depicts more figures carrying items on their heads - probably baskets containing agricultural produce - which are then placed in a big pile in front of the goddess.
The Mesopotamia Cup: Football's Fight Against ISIS
The Mesopotamia Cup, is organised by a group of Swedes of Kurdish origin that last weekend brought together 26 five-aside teams and hundreds of spectators to raise money to help fight ISIS. Radio Sweden's Nathalie Rothschild went along to find out more.
The Word 'Genocide' Fails to Describe What Is Happening to Christians in the
We are are one of the oldest groups — Christians in Iraq and Mesopotamia. Just suddenly we find ourselves losing everything.
Co-op action-RPG Moon Hunters out now on Steam
Moon Hunter's unique premise allows up to four players to team up on an adventure through a procedurally-generated Mesopotamia.
On The Move
Jewish life began with two momentous journeys, Abraham from Mesopotamia, Moses and the Israelites from Egypt. “Walk on ahead of Me and be blameless” said God to Abraham (Gen. 17:1).

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