» View from northeast of the two-storey version of the "White Temple" on top of the "Anu Ziggurat". The main staircase and the temple were painted white.
» Inside view of the two-storey version of the "White Temple". A postament in the centre was probably used as an altar.
» Detailed view of the two-storey version of the "White Temple" on top of the ground plan.
» Section through the middle-hall of the "White Temple". Wooden doors were reconstructed in two doorways of the temple.
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About the project Uruk/Warka, situated in modern-day Iraq, is one of the first cities in the world and was populated almost without interruption for over 5,000 years. In the western area of the city centre a multiple-phased terrace was discovered, the so-called “Anu Ziggurat”. The terrace was extended and raised over time at least ten […]