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Erbil in the Cuneiform Sources


Auteur : John MacGinnis
Éditeur : KRG Date & Lieu : 2013, Erbil
Préface : Pages : 136
Traduction : ISBN : 978-9933-9134-0-3
Langue : AnglaisFormat : 175x260mm
Code FIKP : Liv. Eng. Mac. Erb. N° 4885Thème : Général

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Erbil in the Cuneiform Sources


Erbil in the Cuneiform Sources

John MacGinnis


Ministry of Culture and Youth - KRG


The city of Erbil Ees at the foot of the piedmont of the Zagros mountains in a strategic position which made it a natural gateway between Iran and Mesopotamia. At the same time its command of the rich alluvial plains to the west ensured a flourishing agricultural base; the emergence of a city in this location was inevitable.
Erbil now claims to be one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in the world, and not without reason: archaeological surface survey has indeed produced potsherds dating back to the Ubaid period (ca. 5500-4000 BQ. This combination of prolonged occupation and strategic location marks out Erbil as an exceptional site. Within the …



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