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Palaces and Temples in Ancient Mesopotamia

@inproceedings{Michael2011PalacesAT,
  title={Palaces and Temples in Ancient Mesopotamia},
  author={J. Michael},
  year={2011}
}
THIS CHAPTER REVIEWS the architecture of anw cient Mesopotamia, the lands watered by the Euphrates and Tigris rivers and their tributaries. The evidence is both too extensive and too frag­ mentary to treat this subject in a comprehensive manner, therefore only the best-preserved and most clearly delineated examples are discussed here. The mud-brick architecture of ancient Meso­ potamia was constantly evolving: new building materials were developed, new building techw niques were adopted, and… Expand
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SEE ALSO The Development of Cities in Ancient Mesopotamia (Part 3
  • SEE ALSO The Development of Cities in Ancient Mesopotamia (Part 3
The Social and EconomicOrganization ofAncient Mesopotamian Temples (Part 4> Vol. I); The History ofAncient Mesopotamia: An Over­ view
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