France -- Military relations -- Iraq -- Babylon (Extinct city) -- Fiction -- Early works to 1800. : A great sea-fight which was fought lately upon the coast of Dunkirke, between the Babylonians and the Dunkirkers. : As also the relation of the reason why the Babylonians came so near this way, which was to invade the Kingdom of England, how they were shipwrackt on the coasts of Egypt, and overthrowne in fight by the Dunkirkers. At the recitall of which, the Soldan of Babylon strook the messonger of this ill newes, and afterwards burned his palace, wherein he and others perished. / Written by Iohn Preston, a sea-captain.
Genocide survivors -- Iraq. : Genocidal attacks against Christian and other religious minorities in Syria and Iraq : joint hearing before the Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations and the Subcommittee on the Middle East and North Africa of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, One Hundred Thirteenth Congress, second session, September 10, 2014.
Glass -- Iraq -- History. : Glass and glassmaking in ancient Mesopotamia : an edition of the cuneiform texts which contain instructions for glassmakers : with a catalogue of surviving objects / A. Leo Oppenheim ... [et al.]
Glassware, Ancient -- Iraq. : Materials and manufacture in ancient Mesopotamia : the evidence of archaeology and art : metals and metalwork, glazed materials and glass / by P.R.S. Moorey.
Glyptics -- Iraq. : Die Einführungsszene : Entwicklung eines mesopotamischen Motivs von der altakkadischen bis zum Ende der altbabylonischen Zeit / Martha Haussperger.
Gods -- Iraq -- Babylonia. : Bilder und Symbole : Babylonisch-Assyrischer Götter / von Karl Frank ; nebst einem Beitrag über die Göttersymbole des Nazimaruttaš-Kudurru / von H. Zimmern.