ISSN: 1815-8854

Volume 6, Issue 28

Volume 6, Issue 28, Winter 2010, Page 1-114


Climate of Mosul City

Salah H. Aljanabi

Mosoliya studies, 2010, Volume 6, Issue 28, Pages 1-16

Mosul city has the characteristics of (semi) partial dry weather to tropical alfedate (BS). This weather is known from the general characteristics of the weather elements (distinguished) or represented by the sun brightness heat, humidity (moisture), rain fall, wind and air Mass. According to the widening of the boarder frame of Mosul city, new type or (patterns) of local weather are formed which characteristics the city.
The detailed characteristics or (quantities) of an weather have been discuosed with reference to the responsible change of the weather, while the type of the weather have been discuosed in a preview.

Time in Ali Fahadi Stories: Analytical StudyDr. Nabhan Hasson Al SaadoonCollege of Basic Education/ Mosul University

Nabhan Hasson Al-Sadoon

Mosoliya studies, 2010, Volume 6, Issue 28, Pages 17-45

The Muslawi writer, Dr. Ali Kamal Al Den Al Fahadi, lecturer of Islamic Literature at the College of Arts, Mosul University, is examined here for the coherent and artistic features that characterize his stories in addition to their poetic and sensitive language. They include eight stories published for the period 1999–2004 including: Light Mistress and the Original Horse (1999), Equities in Al Aqsa Sky (2000), Mistress of Towers (2001), The Depressed and the Prey (2001), Dhuhur Valley Angle (2001), River Teacher (2001), Horse and Banner (2003), Ox, Yard and Wrestling (2004).
Time in Al Fahady stories is interwoven and interrelated where the story achieves its specific purposes through the narrative events. The study deals with this topic through analysis the narrative texts as related to time to show their artistic and aesthetic dimensions and significance.
The study is divided into an introduction and four sections. The introduction deals with the concept of time. Section one deals with patterns of time; section two with types of time; section three with arrangement of time, while section four deals with acceleration of time.

Waqf in Mosul Through some Records of theReligious Court Sinces 1835 - 1912

Ouruba Jameel Mahmoud Othman

Mosoliya studies, 2010, Volume 6, Issue 28, Pages 47-63

Waqf is one form of expenditure which the lawmaker urges to pay in order to obtion approval of Allah by spending money on Charity . The Waqf included three Kinds :Charitable ,Familial and mutual Waqf .

Socially , Waqf demonstrates that the relationships among the society individuals is very strong The research is treats of Waqf in Mosul through reading many samples of records concerning Waqf .

Assyrian links with the region of Aleppo(18th century BC. M / 7th century BC).

Azhar H. Sheet

Mosoliya studies, 2010, Volume 6, Issue 28, Pages 65-82

In view of the strategic importance enjoyed by the kingdoms that arose in north Syria, this research paper aims at conducting a study of Aleppo and its relationship with the Assyrian kingdom as an example of these kingdoms with an explanation of its rise and political history between the 18th century and the 7th century B.C. also, reference is made the roles of the nations that ruled them with emphasis upon the period in which the racial mixture happened between the neo_Hittites and Armeans, and the Assyrian’s relationship with them. Such a relationship resulted in civilization interaction in the field of language and writing. Moreover, an imitation of some social practices such as ceremonies of marriage took place. This most considerable impact showed itself in the artistic area like the architectural styles, sculpture of its different kinds, and finally in the religious field through the design of temples and the worship of some gods.

Women crimes and crimes against womenAnd provisions of the laws in the Assyrian

Ahlam S. Altaleby

Mosoliya studies, 2010, Volume 6, Issue 28, Pages 83-93

The Assyrian laws are very strict about woman whether her crimes or against her. Many infractions are considered as crimes. As far as woman is the heart the family besides her place in the society as a whole many legislations are measures were taken against those who violate the norms and customs of the Assyrian society. On the other hand , many other legislations were taken to protect woman form man's injustice and persecution. Many crimes were sentenced to death such as deliberate murder matrimonial treason, theft, sorcery deliberate abortion, violation and rape other crimes are punished by mutilation of organs or flagellation according to the nature of the crime. In fact, all these measures were taken in order to put to an end to the deterioration of the society this reflects the originality of Iraqi society and its great civilization. We should state that the middle Assyrian codes are the main source of the research

Importance the safaring Assyrian Trade for solldity contacts civilization with Anatolian country during the half first 2 millennium B.C

Husain T. Hmood

Mosoliya studies, 2010, Volume 6, Issue 28, Pages 95-104

The safaring merchandise are Importance methods arriving stanchions civilization between countries and kingdoms in Ancient periods .
Then Assyrian activity merchandise are very Imported and clear in beginning 2 millennium B.C . with Anatolian country . In addition to this contacts civilization more fixed resulted explain Assyrian shareholders commercial and transport distribution to Anatolia from Assur .
Then resulted this contacts to arrive much stanchions civilization language and writing , literature and Methods exchage merchandise , measurement , laws .
The Economic relations and social contacts in some cases leads to the question were Assyrian merchants sojourn styed for conducted their business and resulted in marriage between Assyrians and natolians girls .

Relations of the Mosul area with commercial areasThe ancient Near East in the Stone Ages

Husian Y. Hazem

Mosoliya studies, 2010, Volume 6, Issue 28, Pages 105-114

Mosul region formed one of the most important regions in the ancient Near East in general and specially in Iraq. That was because of its cultural effects and achievement of its settlements and villages since ancient ages commercial activity was one of the most important and essential bases that established mutual cultural relationships between Mosul and its neighbors. Trade was the most important feature that characterized the city in the early period to meet the basic needs of the people daily life through time. Anatolia, Arabian Gulf, Sham and Iran were the most important regions contacting with Mosul to get rare materials. Moreover, the effect of Mosul were represented by the distribution of the Half pottery mainly in Arpachiya village in the north east of Assyrian Nineveh. This pottery was distributed in the middle, northern and eastern regions of Iraq stretching to Syria and Anatolia.