THE STORY BEGINS FROM A DEAD ENDAugust 25, 2015 was a very hot day of summer but its omen was a very promising one! That day, I was with my friend, Mr. Hashim Hama Abdulla, director of the Sulaymaniyah Museum in Iraq, walking in the main hall of the Museum. So far, I had visited the museum innumerable times. I pointed towards something on the floor, which I had noticed on several occasions but I had never inquired about.
I’d just finished my neurology ward tour and the rest of my duty in our hospital. My Nikon D90 camera and its incredible Nikkor AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-6.3G ED VR lens were in my car. “I have plenty of time, what to do?” I asked myself. After a while, I decided to visit the Sulaymaniyah (Slemani) Museum. How about taking some pictures there and publishing them on Ancient History Encyclopedia?
The upper surface of the so-called "Gopala Rock", inscribed with five lines, thought to be Aramaic. On the upper right margin, a single separate line of inscription also appear.
Nawsherwan Aziz spoke about archaeological site in Sharazur plain.
This literary text narrates the war between Gilgamesh (king of Uruk) and Aga (the last king of the first dynasty Kish).
poster of the International Museum day 2017 in kurdishThe poster is now published on the International Museum day website in kurdish languagehttp://network.icom.museum/international-museum-day/imd-2017/the-poster/
Documentary about Bestan sur excavation
3D model of one of Sasanian king Narseh’s high-relief busts belonging to the commemorative monument of Paikuli (Sulaimaniyah Province - KRG - Ir...
Historical Houses of Sulaymaniyah (http://hhs.routes-assn.org/) is a prototype web-portal to map and describe the heritage private buildings acquired ...