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  Clothing in Ancient Assyria

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Assyrian Medical

Learn about the lost treasures from Iraq


The Assyrian
identity and the nomenclature
by: Ashur Giwargis
Beirut, Lebanon

From Contributions to Diaspora:
Assyrians in the History of Urmia, Iran 

By: Dr  Arianne Ishaya

  A study in ethnic reconstruction and dissolution in diaspora

By: Dr  Arianne Ishaya


A Brief Survey on the New
 Beth Nahreen Magazine


Chicago Lecture:  Ivories from the Northwest Palace at Nimrud


Assyrians after Assyria
by Dr. Simo Parpola, University of Helsinki

The Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project (State Archives of Assyria)

Dr. Simo Parpola, Helsinki       Adobe PDF file

"In order to survive as a nation, they must now unite under the Assyrian identity of their ancestors. It is the only identity that can help them to transcend the differences between them, speak with one voice again, catch the attention of the world, and regain their place among the nations."
pecial thanks to the Assyrian youth federation of Sweden www.auf.nu for making this paper available for our readers.                    

Exhibit of ancient artifacts in Chicago
'Fertile Crescent' treasures debut

 From Baghdad Child to Medical Pioneer
Biography Tells Iraqi Surgeon's Inspiring Story
 Assyrian Dictionary
Book review
Chicago Oriental Institute
Code of Hammurabi
Genocide's against Assyrians
Great Queen of Assyria
Legend of Ahikar
Stolen Stones


  Survival of the Assyrians from the Fall of Nineveh to Present
The Assyrians of the San Joaquin Valley, California: From Early Settlements to the Present.
Clothing in Ancient Assyria 
Assyrian Calendar
  The Oriental Institute Museum Of The University Of Chicago
Assyrian Identity in ancient times and today
 Indigenous People in Distress

   Losing Jesus' Language


                              Holy War Made in Germany:

  Learn Assyrian
On Line

An early Aramaic translation of the
first two chapters of the Book of Genesis

is read then translated
by Professor Paul Flesher (0:53).

An Aramaic inscription from a mosaic
floor of a synagogue in Tiberias from
the fourth century
is read then
translated by Professor Eric Meyers (0:36).

Aramaic writing on the wall of an Egyptian
monastery by a tenth- century monk visiting
from Mosul (now in Iraq)
is read then
translated by Professor Lucas Van Rompay (2:35).

From Survival to Revival: In the
Aftermath of the Assyrian Genocide

by Professor Abdul-Massih Saadi, Ph.D.

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