WELCOME TO ANCIENT MESOPOTAMIA

Use these links  to get to the information on each civilization.


 
 
 
Akkadians Chaldeans Mesopotamia Sumerians
Assyrians Hebrews Persians Virtual Tours
Babylonians Hittites Phoenicians Games

MESOPOTAMIA

History of Mesopotamian Medicine

 Medicine in Ancient Mesopotamia

Ancient Civilizations as seen through Computer Graphics: Mesopotamia

NM's Creative Impulse.Mesopotamia

Historical Background

\ Mesopotamia (9000-500 BC)

 Mesopotamian Timeline

 Origin and Development of Writing in Mesopotamia


 







SUMERIANS:

The Geography of Mesopotamia

The Sumerians of Ancient Mesopotamia

The Sumerians

The Sumerian Civilization

Sumerian Mythology

Development of the The Wheel

Alphabet

Sumerian Cultural and Scientific Achievements


 










BABYLONIANS:

Babylonian Mythological Characters

Babylonian and Egyptian Mathematics

 Ancient Assyrian/Babylonian Medicine

 Babylonian Medicine

The History of Plumbing - Babylonia
 

Hammurabi

Nebuchadnezzar II

Code of Hammurabi

Babylonians

  Hanging Gardens


 










CHALDEANS:

The Chaldeans:

Chaldeans


 









PERSIANS:

BABYLON, PERSIA AND JUDAISM- Basic history

Avesta - Zoroastrian Scripture

Persian and Iranian Kings

The Persian Wars

Cyrus the Great 


 










HEBREWS:

Hebrews- A short history with map

King David

The Hebrews

Abraham

The Story of Abraham from the Hebrew Bible

King Solomon's Era

Solomon

King Saul: The Bible's Tragic Hero


 













PHOENICIANS:
 
 



The Phoenicians

Alphabet


 










HITTITES:

The Hittite Home Page : Numerous source on the Hittites.

Hittite Mythology

Hittites


 










AKKADIANS:

The Akkadian Language

Sargon

Sargon's Eighth Campaign


 













ASSYRIANS:
 
 



The Assyrian Empire

The History of Aramaic


 













VIRTUAL TOURS:
 
 


PERSIAN GALLERY

MESOPOTAMIAN GALLERY

ASSYRIAN GALLERY


 






GAMES:
 


You be the Judge on Hammurabi's Code :  :  What should be done about a wife who ignores her duties and belittles her husband? What happens if a man is unable to pay his debts?  Middle school art teacher Phillip Martin created this site - complete with engaging cartoons - to help his 4th-8th grade students explore ancient history through the Hammurabi Code of Law.