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anonymous

  • one year ago

Where was the most famous ziggurat? A. Lagash B. Uruk C. Ur D. Kish

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  1. anonymous
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    @leopardlover1127

  2. anonymous
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    C. Ur

  3. jabez177
    • one year ago
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    What do you think? Not A or B.

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    C?

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    @leopardlover1127, please don't give direct answers.

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    Yes, C is the answer.

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    sorry...

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    lol

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    Great Ziggurat of Ur. The Ziggurat was built as a place of worship, dedicated to the moon god Nanna (or Suen. The name Nanna is Sumerian for "illuminator."), in the Sumerian city of Ur in ancient Mesopotamia (30°57′46″N, 46°06′10″E). The temple, a huge stepped platform, was constructed approximately in the 21st century BC by king Ur-Nammu. In Sumerian times it was called Etemennigur. Today, after more than 4000 years, the ziggurat is still well preserved in large parts as the only major remainder of Ur in present-day southern Iraq.

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