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Mesopotamia Gallery

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Choose from 229 pictures in our Mesopotamia collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


WWI - Iraq - Mesopotamian Front - British Camp - Ali Gharbi Featured Print

WWI - Iraq - Mesopotamian Front - British Camp - Ali Gharbi

WWI - Iraq - Mesopotamian Front - British Camp at Ali Gharbi (Ghrabi) between Amara and Kut on the banks of the River Tigris. At this stage the British forces were on their way Northward from Basra to Baghdad in pursuit of the Turkish forces. Date: circa 1917

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

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Indian Cavalry await the order to advance, Western Front Featured Print

Indian Cavalry await the order to advance, Western Front

Photograph: Indian Cavalry await the order to advance, Western Front, 1916 (c).In August 1914 an Indian Corps, including cavalry units, arrived in France. While the infantry were withdrawn to Mesopotamia in December 1915, most of the cavalry remained on the Western Front until 1918. It was hoped that once the enemy's front-line had been broken the cavalry would exploit the breach using their superior speed to reach the enemy's rear positions and destroy supply and communications lines. The static nature of much of the fighting on the Western Front meant that this did not occur and many cavalry soldiers ended up serving as infantrymen.Collection of 98 official war photographs illustrating the British advance in the Western Front Campaign, World War One (1914-1918).From the collection of the former Buffs Regimental Museum. Date: 1916

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Middle Babylonian. 954 B.C. Limestone boundary-stone or kudu Featured Print

Middle Babylonian. 954 B.C. Limestone boundary-stone or kudu

Mesopotamian Art. Middle Babylonian. 954 B.C. Limestone boundary-stone or kudurru, inscribed in cuneiform script that describes the fight between two families for the grant of land from one state to another by marriage. At the top is depicted in relief the king of Babylon Nabu-mukin-appli (978-943 B.C.). Front. It comes from Sippar. British Museum. London. United Kingdom. Date:

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans