Ebla and Mari during the reign of Iblul-Il of Mari

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Henry Curtis Pelgrift
by Attar-Aram syria, using a modified map originally made by Sémhur.
published on 19 January 2016
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This map shows Ebla and Mari's territories c. 2380 BCE. The two powers were rivals and allies on and off and together dominated much of modern-day Syria and western Iraq. Iblul-Il of Mari is known to have exacted tribute from Ebla during the course of a century-long war between the two. Ebla was eventually destroyed c. 2300 BCE for reasons unknown.

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Sémhur., A. s. u. a. m. m. o. m. b. (2016, January 19). Ebla and Mari during the reign of Iblul-Il of Mari. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/4445/ebla-and-mari-during-the-reign-of-iblul-il-of-mari/

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Sémhur., Attar-Aram syria, using a modified map originally made by. "Ebla and Mari during the reign of Iblul-Il of Mari." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified January 19, 2016. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/4445/ebla-and-mari-during-the-reign-of-iblul-il-of-mari/.

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Sémhur., Attar-Aram syria, using a modified map originally made by. "Ebla and Mari during the reign of Iblul-Il of Mari." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 19 Jan 2016. Web. 19 Oct 2021.