Bahrain National Museum
As the official website seems to be down, here's some pictures for consolation... ;-)

Gertrude Bell Project
"Gertrude Bell (1868-1926) ['s...] first love, however, was always for archaeology, and, as Honorary Director of Antiquities in Iraq, she established in Baghdad the Iraq Museum. [...] The University of Newcastle upon Tyne Library has undertaken a 4 year project to check and complete the transcription of the manuscripts, to recatalogue and digitise the photographs, and to build a WWW for the finished archive."
Iraq Museum
"In many ways, the history of Iraq is the history of all humanity. The Iraq Museum's huge collection tells the epic story of human civilization, from the earliest settlements to the rise and fall of vast empires. These artifacts, some of them more than 10,000 years old, show the development of everything from hunting and writing implements to mathematics, art, law, religion, and industry - and ultimately - humankind's best and worst impulses"
MuClung Museum: Treasures from the Royal Tombs of Ur
A special exhibtion on 'Wooley and the Great Flood'
Penn Museum
The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology offers some notable resources like:
Near East & Babylonian Sections Collection Highlights |
Middle East Galleries |
Nippur, Iraq |
Ur and Its Treasures |
The Ur Excavations and Sumerian Literature |
... and many more!
University of Chicago: Oriental Institute
Highly recommended ressource for all who seek any information on the ancient near east.

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