The historic walls of Niveneh - stock photo

The walls are attributed to King Sennacherib, who rebuilt the city of Niveneh during his reign beginning in 704 B.C., and consist of a seven and a half mile barrier around the city—presumably to protect it from attack when Nineveh served as the capital of ancient Assyria.
The walls are attributed to King Sennacherib, who rebuilt the city of Niveneh during his reign beginning in 704 B.C., and consist of a seven and a half mile barrier around the city—presumably to protect it from attack when Nineveh served as the capital of ancient Assyria.
The historic walls of Niveneh
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