Images & Art: Masons
Ancient Masons and Stonecutters
Babylonian Account of the Creation
Fragments of baked clay tablets inscribed with the
Babylonian account of the Creation. Excavated at Nineveh.
Babylonian Account of the Flood Clay Tablet
Fragment of a baked clay tablet inscribed with the
Babylonian account of the Deluge. Excavated at Nineveh.
Brick of Gudea Governor of Lagash
Brick of Gudea, governor of Lagash about B.C. 2500.
Bronze Doorstep Inscription and Translation
Translation of the inscription on the Bronze Doorstep of Nebuchadnezzar II.
Bronze Doorstep of Nebuchadnezzar II
Bronze doorstep inscribed with the name and titles of
Nebuchadnezzar II, king of Babylon from B.C. 604 to
Deciphered Cuneiform with Name Nebuchadnezzar
This translated Cuneiform contains the name and titles of Nebuchadnezzar II, the king of Babylon who took the hebrews out of their land into captivity.
Inscribed Brick of Eannatum King of Lagash
Inscribed brick or memorial tablet of Eannatum, king of
Lagash, recording the sinking of a well in the forecourt
of Ningirsu's temple at Lagash.
Mound of Babylon
View of Babil, one of the principal mounds which mark the site of Babylon and contain the ruins of the palaces of the kings of the last Babylonian Empire.
Nebuchadnezzar I Stele
Stele engraved with a charter of Nebuchadnezzar I., king of Babylonia about BC. 1120
Nebuchadnezzar II Brick
Brick inscribed with the name and titles of Nebuchadnezzar
II., king of Babylon from B.C. 604 to 561
Remains of the Temple of Nabu (Tower of Babel)
View of Birs Nimrud (Borsippa), showing the remains of
the great temple of Nabu, the traditional site of the
Tower of Babel
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