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Sumer to Sargon: The Armies of Sumer and Akkad, 3500 to 2200 BC

Sumer to Sargon: The Armies of Sumer and Akkad, 3500 to 2200 BC

ancient sumerian symbols - Google Search

ancient sumerian symbols - Google Search

Great Ziggurat of Ur, Ancient Sumer. This is a massive stepped pyramid about 210 by 150 feet in size. It consists of a series of successively smaller platforms which rose to a height of about 64 feet, and was constructed with a solid core of mud-brick. Its corners are oriented to the compass points, The ziggurat was part of a temple complex that served as an administrative and spiritual center for the city.

Great Ziggurat of Ur, Ancient Sumer. This is a massive stepped pyramid about 210 by 150 feet in size. It consists of a series of successively smaller platforms which rose to a height of about 64 feet, and was constructed with a solid core of mud-brick. Its corners are oriented to the compass points, The ziggurat was part of a temple complex that served as an administrative and spiritual center for the city.

Warrior kings of Sumer

Warrior kings of Sumer

E.A. appeared before the Sumerians as the Aryan god Ahura had appeared when seen in his glowing ark on top of Mount Hara, the mountain of Is-Tara, as a being of light.

E.A. appeared before the Sumerians as the Aryan god Ahura had appeared when seen in his glowing ark on top of Mount Hara, the mountain of Is-Tara, as a being of light.

Who Was Sargon the Great of Akkad ?: A King of Akkad - Bronze Head of an Akkadian King

Who Was Sargon the Great of Akkad ?: A King of Akkad - Bronze Head of an Akkadian King

Ur, about 2,800 B.C.    American Museum of Natural History, New York    Ur is a city of ancient Sumer in southern Mesopotamia on a site in present-day southeast Iraq. One of the oldest cities in Mesopotamia, it was an important center of Sumerian culture after c. 3000 B.C. and the birthplace of Abraham. The city declined after the sixth century B.C.  -- American Heritage Dictionary  #mesopotamia #history #sumerian #ur

Ur, about 2,800 B.C. American Museum of Natural History, New York Ur is a city of ancient Sumer in southern Mesopotamia on a site in present-day southeast Iraq. One of the oldest cities in Mesopotamia, it was an important center of Sumerian culture after c. 3000 B.C. and the birthplace of Abraham. The city declined after the sixth century B.C. -- American Heritage Dictionary #mesopotamia #history #sumerian #ur

Hittite (a type of cuneiform) - 1700 BCE to1100 BCE

Hittite (a type of cuneiform) - 1700 BCE to1100 BCE

Sumerians are the earliest known civilization and they lived in southern Mesopotamia.  The problem with Sumerian clothing is that there's very little information available and even then, most of it is about men. It seems that women covered themselves in sheepskins (4000-2500 BC) or (from 2500 BC) woolen fabrics, that were decorated with tufts. They either wore their hair long, in a braid wrapped around t Sumer .:2:. by Tadarida.@DeviantArt

Sumerians are the earliest known civilization and they lived in southern Mesopotamia. The problem with Sumerian clothing is that there's very little information available and even then, most of it is about men. It seems that women covered themselves in sheepskins (4000-2500 BC) or (from 2500 BC) woolen fabrics, that were decorated with tufts. They either wore their hair long, in a braid wrapped around t Sumer .:2:. by Tadarida.@DeviantArt

Sumer: The original Black civilization of Iraq Four faced god ,sumerian

Sumer: The original Black civilization of Iraq Four faced god ,sumerian