Reconstruction of Ur-Nammu's ziggurat, based on the 1939 reconstruction by Woolley (vol. V, fig. 1.4)
Reconstructed facade of the ziggurat. The actual remains of the Neo-Babylonian structure can be seen protruding at the top.

エ・テメン・ニグルシュメール語 E-temen-nigur(u) É.TEMEN.NÍ.GÙR(U).(RU) 𒂍𒋼𒉎𒅍(𒊒)[1] 「恐怖をつくる基礎を持つ家」、Ziggurat of Ur[2] は、ウル第三王朝ウル(今日のイラクジーカール県ナーシリーヤ近郊)に位置したジッグラト。通称「ウルのジッグラト」。



  1. ^ Jacob Klein Three Šulgi hymns: Sumerian royal hymns glorifying King Šulgi of Ur, Bar-Ilan University Press (1981), ISBN 9789652260185, p. 162.
  2. ^ a b Explore the ziggurat of Ur, The Ziggurat of Ur, the British Museum's web site on Mesopotamia covering Sumer, Babylonia and Assyria.
  3. ^ Gardner's Art Through the Ages by Helen Gardner, Fred S. Kleiner, Christin J. Mamiya
  4. ^ Ring, Trudy; Salkin, Rober M.; La Boda, Sharon. International Dictionary of Historic Places. p. 719. ISBN 1884964036. 
  5. ^ E. Sollberger, Mr. Taylor in Chaldaea, Anatolian Studies (1972)
  6. ^ Woolley, C. Leonard (1939). The Ziggurat and its Surroundings. Ur Excavations. 5. 
  • Woolley, C. Leonard and Moorey, P. R. S., Ur of the Chaldees: Revised and Updated Edition of Sir Leonard Woolley's Excavations at Ur, Cornell University Press (1982).



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