Ruins of a temple platform in Nippur—the brick structure on top was constructed by American archaeologists around 1900.
Nippur was an ancient Sumerian city located in what is now southeastern Iraq. It was the special location of worship for the Sumerian god Enlil.
Examples from the Web for Nippur Expand Historical Examples Long before history begins, however, the cultures of Eridu and Nippur had coalesced. Encyclopaedia ...
THE HOLY CITY OF NIPPUR. In the desert a hundred miles south of Baghdad, Iraq, lies a great mound of man-made debris sixty feet high and almost a mile across.
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City of Nippur / Nibu. Nippur (located in the modern town of Afak and still known as Nuffar) was one of the oldest of all Sumerian cities, sometimes being ...
Nippur , ancient city of Babylonia, a N Sumerian settlement on the Euphrates. It was the seat of the important cult of the god Enlil, or Bel.
McGuire Gibson Professor of Mesopotamian Archaeology The Oriental Institute The University of Chicago (This article originally appeared in Al-Rafidan, Vol. XIV, 1993 ...
Nippur, modern Niffer, or Nuffar, ancient city of Mesopotamia, now in southeastern Iraq. It lies northeast of the town of Ad-Dīwānīyah. Although never a political ...
Nippur, or Enlil ('lord wind'), is modern Nuffar in Iraq. Nippur was one of the most ancient of all the Sumerian cities. It was the special seat of the worship of the ...