This city is located south of the city of Hilla, 15 – 16 km. It was named in the ancient sources as Babylon II. Asha, the commoner of Versa or Barspa, is a Sumerian name that is likely to mean “sea horn” or “sword of the sea”.
The remains of the tower in the Porsche: The earliest mention of the city dates back to the reign of King Hammurabi, the sixth king of the Babylonian dynasty, where he mentions the restoration of the city’s important buildings, especially the temple of its god Nabu, the god of writing. This city flourished during the Chaldean dynasty (612 – 538 BC), especially during the time of King Nebuchadnezzar. The settlement of the city continued in the era of the Assyrian, Assyrian, and the Islamic era. This was evident through pottery scattered on the city’s walls. The Assyrian king Ahshurche I destroyed Purciba in the early fifth century. He believed that the tower in Bourbesba was the famous Tower of Babel mentioned in the Torah. A number of explorers such as Lyard, Rolns and the German prospector Coldwey were buried there.
This city was known for its worshipers Nabu the Book Machine and was symbolized by the pen. He was the son of God Mardukh, the main god of the city of Babylon. He knew his temple (ie Zeidah) In a private boat in the Euphrates River to the city of Babylon and then in a special ceremony vehicle walking over the majestic bridge that found the diggers in Babylon and passing through the procession. The tower of the square named ” ay _ awr _ ‘ayman _an _ kay” (the house of the seven classes of heaven and earth) that the people of Mesopotamia were building the temples on the bases of the high ground to show the sanctity of the proximity of the sky and raise what remains of the tower about 47 m from the plain It appears that the ziggurat was destroyed by a powerful fire and may have been an unintended fire in the reed and in the pits originally at the core of the building to support it from within. The city’s insides contain important parts of the physical monuments, including the city’s palaces and the residential area.