| 26 November 2022, Saturday |

Archaeological sites discovered in Nineveh

Archaeologists labor as part of a team digging in the northeastern area of the archaeological site at Nineveh, Iraq, using extreme caution. According to experts, the neighborhood was densely packed with buildings connected by little roads and broad streets.

In addition to the archaeological language represented by beads, seals, and inscriptions on cuneiform tablets, the discovery of the water channel that brings the water into the ancient city of Nineveh from the east was made.

According to them, this joint Iraqi-Italian initiative was inaugurated in 2019 and is the result of collaboration between the University of Bologna and the Iraqi General Authority for Antiquities and Heritage. According to experts, the local authorities aim to create a green space adjacent to the site to attract tourists.

  • Sawt Beirut International