Your cart is currently empty.


Learn everything about Ancient Mesopotamia with this collection of 33 lost books on 'The Cradle of Civilization'. This compilation brings together some of the best works on Mesopotamia, providing a comprehensive exploration of the history, culture, and civilization of this fascinating region and culture.

With the Epic of Gilgamesh and the rise and fall of the great Mesopotamian empires, these books provide a unique glimpse into the world of the great Ancient Civilization. You'll learn about the people, places, and events that shaped the cradle of civilization, and discover the secrets of the past scanned in HD and presented in PDF.

This collection covers a wide range of subjects, including the art and architecture of Mesopotamia, its religion and mythology, and the stories of its great heroes, gods and leaders. If you're a history enhusiast or just curious about the ancient world, this collection has something for you. Explore the mysteries of Mesopotamia and unlock the secrets of the past. The list of titles speaks for its self;

You can see the titles below;

The Epic of Gilgamesh by A. George (1999)

Enuma Elish: The Seven Tablets of Creation by L. W. King (1900)

Ancient Iraq by G. Roux (1964)

History Begins at Sumer: Thirty-Nine Firsts by S. Kramer (1956)

The Code of Hammurabi by Hammurabi (1905)

The Sumerians: Their History, Culture, and Character by S. Kramer (1963)

Ancient Mesopotamia: Portrait of a Dead Civilization by L. Oppenheim (1964)

The Ancient Near East - An Anthology of Texts and Pictures by J. Pritchard (1958)

Babylonian Magic and Sorcery by L. W. King (1896)

The Sumerians by C. Leonard Woolley (1920)

The Religions of Ancient Egypt and Babylonia by A.H Sayce (1901)

Babylonian and Assyrian laws, Contracts and Letters by C. H. W. Johns (1904)

The Richest Man in Babylon by G.S Clayson (1926)

A history of the Babylonians and Assyrians (2nd Edition) - G. S. Goodspeed (1902)

Assyria, its Princes, Priests, and People - A. Sayce (1885)

The teachings of Zoroaster, and the philosophy of the Parsi religion by S. A. Kapadia (1913)

An old Babylonian Version of the Gilgamesh Epic by M. Jastrow (1920)

Assyrian and Babylonian Religious Texts;  Prayers, Oracles, Hymns. Copied from the original tablets by J. A. Craig (1895)

Babylonian and Assyrian literature - comprising the epic of Izdubar, hymns, tablets, and cuneiform inscriptions - E. Wilson (1901)

Babylonian Boundary Stones and Memorial Tablets in the British Museum Vol. 1 by L. W. King (1912)

Babylonian Boundary Stones and Memorial Tablets in the British Museum Vol. 2 by L. W. King (1912)

Chaldean Account of Genesis - Containing the Description of the Creation, the fall of man, the deluge, the tower of Babel, the times of the patriarchs, and Nimrod - G. Smith (1876)

Cuneiform Parallels to the Old Testament by R. W. Rogers (1912)]

Discoveries Among the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon - A. Layard (1853)

Myths & Legends of Babylonia & Assyria - L. Spence (1916)

Myths of Babylonia and Assyria by D. A. Mackenzie (1915)

The Babylonian Legends Of Creation by E. A. Wallis-Budge (1921)

The Chaldean Account Of The Deluge by G. Smith (1873)

The Code of Hammurabi by P. Handcock (1920)

The Code Of Hammurabi Translated by L. W. King (1915)

The Code of Hammurabi, King of Babylon about 2250 B.C. by R. F. Harper (1904)

The Devils and Evil Spirits of Babylonia Vol. 1 (1903)

The Devils and Evil Spirits of Babylonia Vol. 2 (1903)

The Law of Hammurabi and Moses; a sketch by H. Grimme (1907)

The Religions of ancient Egypt and Babylonia - A. Sayce (1902)

Reports of Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon in the British Museum - Vol 1 - R. Thompson (1902)

Reports of Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon in the British Museum - Vol 2 - R. Thompson (1902)



After purchasing, you'll have instant access to download all of the books in this collection. A link will also be emailed to you, allowing you to easily download the PDF files to your laptop or computer, or directly to your mobile or tablet. You can even transfer the files to your Kindle or e-reader, or print the pages using a printer. If you prefer, you can also order these books on a USB device, which will be sent to you in a sleek presentation gift box from the United Kingdom.

This extensive collection has been carefully curated, preserved, and distributed by The Lost Book Project, and is only available here.


Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews Write a review