The Later Rulers Of Shirpurla Or Lagash

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Notes on the Pantheon of the Gudean Cylinders

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The Later Rulers of Shirpurla or Lagash

The Later Rulers of SAhi;jiirla or Lagass PART I. N again taking up the tangled thread of early Babylonian history 1 I feel it necessary to say something about the geography of the delta lands of the Euphrates and Tigris. One point which is of prime importance and interest is the great change which has