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Nineveh. The Mashki Gate. Reconstructed. One of the fifteen gateways of ancient Nineveh. The lower portions of the stone retaining wall are original. The gateway structure itself was originally of mudbrick. A few orthostats can be seen at the right of the passageway. Height of the vault is about 5 m.

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  • 2007-01-31 19:20 Fredarch 1278×833×8 (152742 bytes) Nineveh. The Mashki Gate. Reconstructed. One of the fifteen gateways of ancient Nineveh. The lower portions of the stone retaining wall are original. The gateway structure itself was originally of mudbrick. A few orthostats can be seen at the right

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current21:34, 7 September 2013Thumbnail for version as of 21:34, 7 September 2013612 × 517 (49 KB)Clouzzomore recent : shows the roofs on top
21:28, 7 September 2013Thumbnail for version as of 21:28, 7 September 20131,262 × 727 (125 KB)ClouzzoReverted to version as of 08:48, 4 July 2008
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