BABYLONIAN GRAMMATICAL TEXT STONE (used in the research and assembly of a dictionary of the language of ancient Mesopotamia and its Babylonian and Assyrian dialects, both unspoken for years, preserved on clay tablets and in stone inscriptions)
Canticle for Liebowitz World's oldest writing not poetry but a shopping receipt - SAADIYAT ISLAND The neatly drawn lines are marked by impressions and imprints on a clay tablet.The receipt for clothing, sent boat from Ancient Mesopotamia to Dilmun -
Lyres from The Royal Tombs of Ur (ca 2550 BCE) (not RCCF calibrated) - Ur (Sumerian: Urim) was an important Sumerian city-state in ancient Mesopotamia located at the site of modern Tell el-Muqayyar in Iraq's Dhi Qar Governorate.
Assyria (Akkadian: Aššur), was a Semitic Akkadian kingdom, existing as a nation state from the late 25th or early–24th century BC until 605 BC. Assyria was centered on the Upper Tigris river, in northern Mesopotamia (present day Northern Iraq). The Assyrians came to rule powerful empires at several times. It was named for its original capital, the ancient city of Aššur (Akkadian: Aššūrāyu; Aramaic: אתור Aṯur; Hebrew: אַשּׁוּר Aššûr; Arabic: آشور Āšūr).
peashooter85: “ Ancient Babylonian IOU, Written in cuneiform script which was common to Mesopotamia (Middle East), this clay tablet is a promissory note entitling the bearer to a payment in silver and is dated to 543 BC. This artifact is currently in...