Remains of the ziggurat attached to the so-called Temple of Lions at Mari

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Henry Curtis Pelgrift
by Heretiq
published on 18 January 2016
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These are the excavated remains of a 40-foot terrace which was attached to a temple at Mari referred to as the "Temple of Lions" by excavators. The temple, also known as the "Temple of the King of the Land" was built by the ruler, Ishtup-Ilum, in the 22nd century BCE and dedicated to the god, Degan. The temple and terrace were excavated at the site, modern-day Tell Hariri, Syria, in the 20th century CE.

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APA Style

Heretiq, . (2016, January 18). Remains of the ziggurat attached to the so-called Temple of Lions at Mari. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/4417/remains-of-the-ziggurat-attached-to-the-so-called/

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Heretiq, . "Remains of the ziggurat attached to the so-called Temple of Lions at Mari." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified January 18, 2016. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/4417/remains-of-the-ziggurat-attached-to-the-so-called/.

MLA Style

Heretiq, . "Remains of the ziggurat attached to the so-called Temple of Lions at Mari." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 18 Jan 2016. Web. 28 Nov 2021.

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