All Things Assyrian
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Who Are the Chaldeans?
Why Dead Languages Like Akkadian Still Matter
The Chaldean Chamber and Foundation
The Life and Health of Assyrian Queens
Power and Propaganda At the Neo-Assyrian Royal Table
Assyrian Refugee Crowned 'Wine Queen' in Germany
University Professor Publishes Book on Ancient Assyrian King
Assyrian Brother and Sister Who Fled Syria Now in University
The Great Smyrna Fire
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Assyrian Doctor Honored By Chamber
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Ancient Assyrians Buried Their Dead With Turtles
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The Genie of Nimrud
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The Mythical Lamassu
Fleeing Syrian War, Assyrian Student Violinist Finds Haven in Illinois
Assyria At Mardi Gras
Assyrian Girl Who Fled ISIS in Iraq Selected to Appear on 'The Voice Kids'
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Summaries

Who Are the Chaldeans?

Chaldea corresponds to the geographical territory situated within the south-eastern marshlands and coastal plains of southern Babylonia along the Euphrates and Tigris rivers. From the beginning of the second millennium BCE, an influx of semi-nomadic clans infiltrated southern Babylonia in waves.

Why Dead Languages Like Akkadian Still Matter

By Aviya Kushner

I grew up hearing the Code of Hammurabi read out loud, in Akkadian, at the dining-room table. I did not know that my graduate-student mother was one of Akkadian's few regular readers.

The Chaldean Chamber and Foundation

Tell us about the Chaldean community. Where is the origin of the community and where is the population most prevalent? Chaldeans have a history dating all the way back to ancient Mesopotamia, and are indigenous to Iraq, Syria, and parts of Iran and Turkey.

The Life and Health of Assyrian Queens

"Whomever, in the future, be it a queen who sits on the throne or a palace lady who is a concubine of the king, removes me from my tomb, or puts anybody else with me, and lays his hand upon my jewelry with evil intent or breaks open the seal of that tomb, above (earth), under the rays of the sun,...

Power and Propaganda At the Neo-Assyrian Royal Table

By Stefania Ermidoro

Banqueting is a powerful means of communication. Throughout human history, men and women have always done their best to enjoy food as much as possible in social settings in order to communicate something about their lives and worlds.


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