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The temple complex of the goddess Inanna in the Sumerian city of Uruk, around 3000 BC. Reconstruction based aerial photos and excavation plans.

Reconstruction of the Sumerian city of Ur

Reconstructed layout of the city of Uruk.


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From the module "Scales of Modernity"

An aerial view of the Ziggurat of Ur.

Reconstruction of the Bīt Reš, the Seleucid period temple complex of Anu and his consort Antu (image by Staatliche Museen zu Berlin/Deutsches ...

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(Middle) Reconstruction of Uruk. The city covered more than 2 square miles of land. Photo credit Deutsche Orient-Gesellschaft.


Earthlings paved Uruk with “limestone blocks brought from mountains fifty miles to the East.” They erected a thick, 6 mile long wall around Uruk's living ...

Ziggurat of Ur

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The White Temple and the Great Ziggurat in the Mesopotamian City of Uruk

IRAQ - Hamrin

A Sacred Rite by EXAlexander

volumetric reconstruction of the temple of Ninni-zaza (City II)

MINOAN CIVILIZATION: Palace of Minos at Knossos (reconstruction drawing), 15th Century BC.

EARLY NEAR EAST ARCHITECTURE, MESOPOTAMIA, 5000-2000 BC - reconstruction drawing, White

Eridu as envisioned by Balage Balogh

Ruins and Plan of the Anu Ziggurat and the White Temple. Uruk ( Present-day Warka, Iraq). c. 3300-3000 BCE.



uruk's white temple. 3000 BC. Temple of Anu, the chief sky god of the Sumerians. Enough of the building is intact to provide a reconstruction: The temple ...

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Sumerian city of Uruk around 3100 BC. So-called "White Temple" of the Sky god Anu

The Ziggurat of Marduk or 'Etemenanki' (the fabled 'Tower of Babel'

The architectural materials readily available to the Sumerians were wood and mud bricks. There were some stones, but these were used for sculpture.

king-of-uruk: Reconstruction of Ishtar Gate, Pergamonmuseum.


Tablet of Uruk. The ritual of daily sacrifices in the temple of the god Anu

reconstruction of the ancient city of Babylon

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EARLY NEAR EAST ARCHITECTURE, MESOPOTAMIA, 5000-2000 BC - an artist's reconstruction of Eridu. The channel with boats, from which Uruk could be reached.

drawing of Etemenanki. Reconstruction ...

The shepherd hat is more obvious in a reconstruction based on the surviving fragments, as shown below.

an illustration of the Hanging gardens of Babylon

Reconstruction of the Ziggurat at Ur.


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... as Uruk was the Akkadian name for the Sumerian city of Urug, containing the Sumerian word for “city”, UR. Uruk is identified with Biblical Hebrew Erech.

Reconstructed Sumerian headgear necklaces found in the tomb of Puabi, housed at the British Museum

Ziggurats were often expanded in size and each time a rebuilding work was done, the mud-brick walls were knocked down and the remains used as the foundation ...

In this Nimrud bas relief from the Louvre an ummânū sprinkles water with a mullilu cone


A reconstruction of the city of Babylon, which looked similar to Ur

The Samarra bowl, at the Pergamonmuseum, Berlin. The swastika in the center of the design is a reconstruction.

Figure 20.4 Suggested reconstruction of Jerusalem during the Second Temple period. Upper: model of Jerusalem at the Israel Museum(photograph: Ann E. ...

Another image of the shepherd king feeding the sacred flock of Inanna. Her looped standard with streamers is clearly visible in the middle of this seal ...

The reconstruction of the 19th century. (The New Rostrum, Milliarium aureum, the Basilica Julia, the temple of Saturn, the temple of Vespasian and Titus, ...

Partial reconstruction of one of the gatehouse of Nineveh

Lion in the garden of Palmyra Archeological Museum

EMPIRE: Reconstructed drawing of the Roman Forum. c. 112 CE. LINK to

A suggested reconstruction of the appearance of a Sumerian ziggurat

Hierogamus, bed and couple. Period of the Amorite dynasties, early 2nd millennium BCE

Uruk/Warka Vase, temple of the goddess Inanna, Uruk, c. 3000

Two T symbols shown below the hieroglyphs of markhor and tiger on Warka vase. Ingot type 1: miṇḍāl 'markhor' (Tōrwālī) meḍho a ram, a sheep (Gujarati)(CDIAL ...

Hieros gamos or Hierogamy (“holy marriage”) refers to a sexual ritual that plays out a marriage between a god and a goddess, especially when enacted in a ...

Berlin, Germany: Pergamon Museum: detail of fa ade from Inanna Temple (

A schematic of remains at Uruk.

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The cuneiform tablet (IM 65066) is in the Bagdad Museum. A.K. Grayson,

Jericho – the First City

The reconstruction of the Ishtar Gate in the Pergamon Museum in Berlin

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3i - Marduk's 7 story ziggourat

... and a priest feed the sacred flock of Inanna. He wears the ceremonial netted skirt of Inanna. She was the goddess of war and the patron deity of Uruk.

Mohenjo Daro Reconstruction .

Allat is probably going to be the last wife of God to take off her veils. Islam is not really open to Allah having a partner, even though history and ...

Eanna of Uruk

Volumetric reconstruction of the temple of Shamash (City III)

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But like many ancient structures, there is a great degree of uncertainty surrounding the reasons behind their construction, or how they were truly intended ...

Pumapunku, Ancient Aliens reconstruction-Season 4, Disk 2, Ch 10

The Uruk king is the original shepherd king, so of course he wears a shepherd hat. With so many animals around him, it would be surprising if he didn't wear ...

Reconstruction of Ur-Nammu's ziggurrat at Ur, from C L Woollley, 1936

Reconstruction of the ancient city of Babylon was created by me between March and May of 2013 for the Mesopotamia exhibition of the Royal Ontario Museum ...

Reconstruction drawing of the White Temple and zigguart

Dur-Sharrukin - Plan of Palace of Sargon Khorsabad Reconstruction 1905

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