Uruk   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Uruk   - a Sumerian city, in Mesopotamia
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  + Urukean
244/2a a record of building work by Anu-uballiṭ Nicarchus at Uruk.
202/5a 06, a record of building work by Anu-uballiṭ Cephalon at Uruk.
165/6 Inscr_11, a list of kings and sages, found at Uruk.
    Within translations:
Cuneif_P363353 (165)   -priest of Anu and Antu. An Urukean. Copied by his
THI_26 (140-124)   nia and retreated and . . . Uruk entered Babylon.

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