Uruk - translation to french
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Uruk - translation to french

ANCIENT CITY OF SUMER AND BABYLONIA
Erech; Unug; Erech period; 𒀔; Draft:White temple redirect; Fall of Uruk
  • Partially reconstructed facade and access staircase of the [[Ziggurat of Ur]], originally built by [[Ur-Nammu]], [[Neo-Sumerian]] period, circa 2100 BC.
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  • Eanna IVa (light brown) and IVb (dark brown)
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  • Late Uruk Period [[beveled rim bowl]]s used for ration distribution.
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  • Male deity pouring a life-giving water from a vessel. Facade of Inanna Temple at Uruk, Iraq. 15th century BC. The Pergamon Museum
  • Kish]], [[Susa]], [[Borsippa]], [[Nippur]], [[Isin]], Uruk, [[Larsa]] and [[Ur]].
  • Relief on the front of the Inanna temple of [[Karaindash]] from Uruk. Mid 15th century BC. [[Pergamon Museum]], [[Berlin]]
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  • Map of [[Sumer]].
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  • Dedication tablet of [[Sîn-gāmil]], ruler of Uruk, 18th century BC.
  • Clay impression of a cylinder seal with monstrous lions and lion-headed eagles, Mesopotamia, Uruk Period (4100 BC–3000 BC). Louvre Museum.
  • Reconstruction of Uruk (English subtitles)
  • Parthian]] Temple of Charyios at Uruk.
  • A massive ziggurat dating from the 4th millennium BC stands at the entrance to Uruk (Warka), 39 km east of [[Samawah]], Iraq.
  • Uruk expansion and colonial outposts, c. 3600-3200 BC
  • Ruins of the [[Temple of Gareus]] at Uruk, c. 100 CE.

Uruk         
Uruk, Sumerian city in ancient Mesopotamia near the Euphrates River (known as Erech in the Bible)
Gilgamesh         
Gilgamesh, hero of Babylonian and Sumerian epic poems, legendary ruler of Uruk

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Uruk

Uruk, today known as Warka, was an ancient city of Sumer (and later of Babylonia) situated east of the present bed of the Euphrates River on the dried-up ancient channel of the Euphrates 30 km (19 mi) east of modern Samawah, Al-Muthannā, Iraq.

Uruk is the type site for the Uruk period. Uruk played a leading role in the early urbanization of Sumer in the mid-4th millennium BC. By the final phase of the Uruk period around 3100 BC, the city may have had 40,000 residents, with 80,000-90,000 people living in its environs, making it the largest urban area in the world at the time. The legendary king Gilgamesh, according to the chronology presented in the Sumerian King List (henceforth SKL), ruled Uruk in the 27th century BC. The city lost its prime importance around 2000 BC in the context of the struggle of Babylonia against Elam, but it remained inhabited throughout the Seleucid (312–63 BC) and Parthian (227 BC to 224 AD) periods until it was finally abandoned shortly before or after the Islamic conquest of 633–638.

William Kennett Loftus visited the site of Uruk in 1849, identifying it as "Erech", known as "the second city of Nimrod", and led the first excavations from 1850 to 1854.

Pronunciation examples for Uruk
1. wouldn't have been so much traffic in Uruk then.
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2. So here they're making the sounds of the City of Uruk
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Examples of use of Uruk
1. Uruk était l‘une d‘entre elles, et Gilgamesh son roi.