Old Testament and Monumental Coincidences (Classic Reprint)
Royal city of Nineveh: Eagle-headed Assyrian divinity, found amid ruins of the palace of Ashur-Nasir-pal at Nimroud. Now in Nimroud Gallery, British Museum: Site of Babylon: Map of Egypt: Colossal head of Rameses II. In granite: from the Memnonium at Thebes. Now in Egyptian Central Saloon, British Museum: Black-granite seated figure of the Egyptian deity Sekhet, wearing the sun's disk and serpent, and inscribed with names and titles of Shishak. Now in Southern Egyptian Gallery, British Museum: Sketch-Map, shewing relative positions of Nineveh, Babylon, Susa, etc: Sculptured representation of the Seven-Branched Golden Candlestick, etc., on Arch of Titus, at Rome
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