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the Battle Is Over: The Stele
Obverse, Stele of the Vultures of Eannatum, ensi of. Lagash, c. 2460 B.
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Diagram, Four-tiered state hierarchy of the ur iii Period ............................................... ......... 90.
Sumer, Babylon, and Hittites
Ancient near East—an Anthology of Texts and Pictures. Morkot = R
Eannatum. Lugalzagesi. Enmetena.
Prof. Scott B.Noegel Chair, Dept. of Near Eastern Languages and
Amar-Suen, and Eannatum's so-called Stde of Vul- ..

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Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks
Among them are the “Stele of the Vultures” commemorating the victory of Eannatum, ruler of Lagash in southern Mesopotamia, over the people of Umma, and that of Naram-Sin, king of Kish and Akkad, with the ruler of Elam.

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Eannatum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Eannatum was a Sumerian king of Lagash who established one of the first verifiable empires in history.
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Eannatum was a Sumerian king of Lagash who established one of the first verifiable empires in history.
Stele of vultures – Near Eastern Antiquities | Louvre Museum
Eannatum (king of Lagash) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Eannatum - Encyclopedia
After 2500, southern Babylonian rulers, such as Mesannepada of Ur and Eannatum of ... ...

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