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Source: Papyrus Collection, Austrian National Library
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http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:P._Chester_Beatty_XII,_leaf_3,_verso.jpg
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  • Photograph by Col. Mary Prophit, US Army, January 2010.
    Hatra Image Gallery
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    Cursing in the Ancient Near East
  • Mass grave in cave Lachish showing skulls of some individuals buried after the Assyrian conquest of Lachish under Sennacherib in 701 BC (from Lachish III, Pl. 4).
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