By J-P Mauro
A team of archaeologists is searching Turkey's Mount Cudi (also called Judi Dagh) for the resting place of Noah's Ark. While their investigations have not turned up any new evidence of the fabled ship, they have discovered an ancient Assyrian relief, carved into the stone of the mountain.
By Eden Samuel
Assyrian youth were recognized for their academic and artistic achievements at the 2018 Rabi Nimrod Simono Scholarship and Art Program presentation recently at the Nineveh Lounge and Reception.
By Mardean Isaac
Between 1948 and 1951, the vast majority of Iraq's Jewish population of around 150,000 left the country, interrupting a remarkable literary and linguistic heritage.
By Zoey Maraist
The three languages spoken captured the history of the people at the Mass. These Syro-Malabar Catholics came from Kerala, India, where Malayalam is spoken. Now a part of the St. Jude Community, the Northern Virginians celebrate Mass at St.
By Enid Tsui
A touring British Museum exhibition on the wealthy ruling classes of ancient Middle Eastern empires offers a splendid display of objects found at historic sites such as Nimrud and Nineveh.
Translations of Assyrian writings found by archaeologists from the University of Tübingen have yielded a secret lost to history: The place where the clay tablets were found -- Bassetki, in Autonomous Region of Kurdistan in Iraq -- appears to be the ancient royal city of Mardaman.