File:The Flood Tablet or Tablet XI of the Epic of Gilgamesh, currently housed in the British Museum in London.jpg

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English: This clay tablet, which was excavated by Hormuzd Rassam, dates back to the Neo-Assyrian Period, 7th century BC. It narrates the so-called the Babylonian Flood Story. Mr. George Smith was the man who transliterated and read that story. From the Library of Ashurbanipal II at Nineveh, northern Mesopotamia, modern-day Iraq.
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