Second Memoir on Babylon : Containing an Inquiry Into the Correspondence Between the Ancient Descriptions of Babylon and the Remains Still Visible on the Site... by Claudius James Rich...
Longman, Hurst, Rees, 1818 - 58 pages
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Abulfeda account of Babylon Al Neel Amran ancient Babylon appears artificial mount Babylonian cunei Babylonian writing Bagdad banks Beauchamp believe Belus stood Birs Nemroud bitumen Borsippa Boursa bricks building bylon canal character cient conjecture contains Ctesias cuneiform writing cylinders d'Anville Darius Hystaspis decyphered dimensions Diodorus distribution of streets district east eastern ruins error Euphrates evidence face form writing former Memoir fragments Geography of Herodotus Grotefend heaps Herod Hilla histo history of Persia inclosure inscription Jerbouiya Kassr Koyunjuk Tepe latitude leagues Major Rennel seems Mohawil monument Mousoul Mujelibe Neel Niebuhr Nineveh Ninus observation opinion Palace Pasha Persepolis Persepolitan Persia pieces of baked racter reconcile remains Remarks river rubbish ruins of Babylon Sassanian says scription seen Seleucia Semiramis side small pieces species of Babylonian specimen spot stone Strabo summit supposed supposition tained three species Tigris tion Tower of Belus town traces village wall Xenophon