» Overview of Archtectural Layer 8 on the archaeological ground-plan. Building H is on the left, building G in the center and building F on the right side.
» Sliced infographic of building F and adjacent rooms. Stairs, doors and fire-places are visible here.
» Central building G, the highest structure of this layer. On the roof in the foreground you can see the exit of one of two staircases.
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 – from the 4th millennium BCE to the 1st millennium CE. Uruk is famous for the invention of cuneiform writing at the end of the 4th millennium, the […]