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The Beginnings of Ur and
The Graves of the Kings of Ur
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altar Assyrian Babylon beads bitumen bodies brick pavement brickwork broken building built bulls Bur-Sin buried burnt brick carved cemetery chamber civilisation clay coffin copper corner courtyard cylinder seal dagger death-pit decayed decorated discovery door door-sockets Dublal-makh Dungi E-Nun-makh early earth Entemena Eridu Euphrates excavations feet figures Flood floor fragments front gold gold dagger graves ground head head-dress inlaid inscription king's grave Kuri-Galzu lapis lazuli later limestone ment Mesopotamia mosaic mound mud brick Museum Nabonidus Nammu Nebuchadnezzar Nin-Gal objects older outer court period Persian Plate platform pottery preserved priest proved reconstruction reign restored roof rooms royal tombs rubbish ruins Sacred Area sanctuary Sargon Sargon of Akkad shaft shell shrine side silver slope soil statue stone stood Sumerian tablets Temenos temple of Nannar terrace Third Dynasty tion tower Ubaid Ur-Nammu Utu-khegal vault whole wooden Ziggurat