- Beads Found in 3400-year-old Nordic Graves Were Made by King Tut's Glassmaker
- Altogether 271 glass beads have been found at 51 burials sites in Denmark, the majority of which originated from Nippur, Mesopotamia, about 50 km southeast of today's Baghdad in Iraq. Buried with beads. One of the blue glass beads was found with a ...
- Can tourism be revived in ancient Iraqi city?
- AL-DIWANIYAH, Iraq — The ancient city of Nuffar, just south of al-Diwaniyah City near Baghdad, dates back to 2500 B.C. Nuffar (or Nippur) was a holy city to the ancient Iraqis of the Sumerian and Babylonian civilizations.
- Penn Museum displaying rare biblical artifacts
- The Sumerian flood tablet comes from the site of Nippur in Mesopotamia, circa 1650 BCE, and contains the earliest version of the Mesopotamian flood story. It is now on display in the Sacred Writings exhibit at the Penn Museum. Candice Monhollan ...
- El Cuaderno de Nippur, el libro que una madre le dejó a su hijo antes de morir
- Nippur cumplió cuatro años hace una semana. El sábado pasado festejó y sopló las velitas junto a su familia, y entre tantos regalos que recibió hay uno que atesorará para toda su vida. Un libro.
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