The Khosr River (Arabic: نهر الخوصر, Nahr al-Khosr) was a tributary of the Tigris River which ran directly through the centre of the ancient city of Nineveh in Northern Mesopotamia. During the reign of Sennacherib, walls were built along the banks of the Khosr to prevent it from flooding.
- John, McClain. "The Destruction of Nineveh". Brownstone Journal. Retrieved 19 March 2008.
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