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... conquering many areas in Asia as well as Europe. Because of trade Baghdad has become quite large in the Middle East. I notice the people of Baghdad are trading textiles, leather, and paper with these oncoming merchants. We are lucky the invention of the caravan came out, it is much easier to carry goods from place to place. I can see some of the Mongol soldiers ...
... in the wall, but once i walked in i was mesmerized by the statues and the paintings in the room. I stayed and listened to and watched him pray for half of the night. Finally i decided it was time to go, but i would have to make an excuse to the Prince as to why i was much later than expected. Once i reached the palace i was amazed at how fancy everything was. The chair, the stairs and even the tables. I could not ...
... tells us so. Thus, besides having no access to the giddy Baghdad nightlife (!), there is no access to a baker, butcher, hospital or a fair dinkum doctor. There is a paramedic in the camp who can administer injections and bandage a limb but any more serious affliction requires a flight to Dubai. My counterpart manager in the ATC Ops room, a Lebanese-Canadian, resolves his boredom out of hours by running around the Green Zone –an extreme option in this ...
... born about 2704 BC, became a Hebrew Patriarch. He lived to be 950 years old, managed to save humanity and our ecosystem at the age of 598 with his engineering and navigational skills. He led his people to Mesopotamia and supervised its cultivation to regenerate mankind as we know it.
Sargon, the Sumerian, founded Babylon about 5000 years ago. His mother bore him in secret, made a float of reeds, coated it with ...
... so we can say we’ve done it.
Died city of Al- Bara Even though we are away for 2 years life is too short.
We are now off to Jordan which hopefully might provide a more extensive range of sights and artefacts.