• Photograph by Col. Mary Prophit, US Army, January 2010.
    Hatra Image Gallery
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    Children in the Ancient Near East
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    Horrors of War in the Ancient Near East
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  • The 2014 RAP excavations at Gird-i Dasht showing Islamic fortifications of the early modern era at the mound’s summit.
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