|The Ziggurat and the Temple of Bel-Marduk in Babylon adapted from the reconstruction published in 1913 by Robert Koldewey||Glazed brick decorations in the throne room of the palace of Nebuchadnezzar in Babylon discovered by Robert Koldewey and published in 1913||Panoramic view over the site of ancient Babylon published in 1913 by Robert Koldewey||Robert Koldewey's plan of the palace of Nebuchadnezzar and the Ishtar Gate of Babylon based on his excavations in the early 20th century||Robert Koldewey's reconstruction of the palace of Nebuchadnezzar and the Ishtar Gate looking south (published 1913)||The eastern gate of the palace of Nebuchadnezzar in Babylon opening onto the processional way, as excavated by Robert Koldewey|
|Koldewey's plan of Babylon based on his excavations (1913)||The seven stage funeral pyre of Hephaistion, based on the description by Diodorus and imitating the ziggurat shown in the background (late 19th century)||Reconstruction of the hanging gardens of Babylon, one of the seven wonders of the world, based on ancient descriptions and published in 1878||Engraving of Babylon published in 1736 and based on ancient descriptions||The Roman fortress of Babylon at Cairo in Egypt as shown in the Description of Egypt, Antiquities V, Pl 20 – its fall to the Arabs in AD641 precipitated the capitulation of Alexandria in AD642||Imaginative reconstruction of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon by Johannes van den Avele, 1685|
|Imaginative reconstruction of the Palace of Semiramis in Babylon by Johannes van den Avele, 1685||Archaeological painting of one of the glazed brick bulls (aurochs) found decorating the Ishtar Gate of ancient Babylon (1902)||Archaeological painting of one of the glazed brick lions found decorating the Processional Way of ancient Babylon (1900)|
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