The Assyrian Metropolis
“All roads lead to Nineveh”
Assyria controlled a vast territory that stretched from Mesopotamia to Egypt and included parts of modern-day Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Israel. As part of their expansionist policies, the Assyrians established colonies in various regions, including Cappadocia. This was around 7th-8th centuries BC. Cappadocia is a unique region characterized by its unique geological formations, such…
The pomegranate is a symbol that has held great significance in the culture of ancient Assyria. This fruit, known for its bright red color and many seeds, was not only a symbol of fertility and abundance, but also had a deep religious and cultural meaning. The pomegranate was primarily associated with the goddess Gula, the…
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