Bronze Age Palace Surfaces | 8/13/2019 | Staff
(University of Tübingen, eScience Center, and Kurdistan Archaeology Organization) Bronze Age palace, Iraqi Kurdistan The waters of the Tigris River in Iraqi Kurdistan have receded and revealed the ruins of a 3,400-year-old palace. A team led by Hasan Ahmed Qasim of the Kurdish Archaeology Organization and researcher Ivana Puljiz of the University of Tubingen has now excavated the site and found that the palace’s six-foot-wide interior walls were painted in places with bright red and blue murals. They also uncovered a cuneiform tablet that suggests the site was the city of Zahiku, part of the Mitanni Empire, which occupied northern Syria and Mesopotamia from 1500 to 1350 B.C. That cuneiform tablet and nine others are still being translated.

(University of Tübingen, eScience Center, and Kurdistan Archaeology Organization)Painted mural...
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