Library of Ashurbanipal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Old Persian and Armenian traditions indicate that Alexander the Great, upon seeing the great library of Ashurbanipal at Nineveh, was inspired to create his own .
Ashurbanipal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
627 BC). He established the first systematically organized library in the ancient Middle East, the Library of Ashurbanipal, which survives in part today at Nineveh.
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However, of far greater importance to posterity was Ashurbanipal's establishment of a great library in the city of Nineveh. The military and territorial gains made .
Library of Ashurbanipal - Assyrian Library of Ashurbanipal
The Library of Ashurbanipal is a collection of clay tablets written during the . Austen Henry Layard in the mid-19th century at the Mesopotamian city of Nineveh.
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The Library will be a key focus of teaching and research. Iraqi archaeologists are now excavating at Nineveh; it is hoped that the rest of Ashurbanipal's Library .