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Kurigalzu I and the Restoration of Babylonia
Vol. 58 (1996), pp. 109-121
Published by: British Institute for the Study of Iraq
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4200423
Page Count: 13
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This paper presents a review of the building work undertaken by Kurigalzu I and II. In doing so it aims to demonstrate that Kurigalzu I (x -- 1375 B.C.) was responsible for one of the most extensive and widespread building programmes for which evidence has survived in Babylonia. It also highlights the unequivocal evidence that it was Kurigalzu I who founded the city of Dur-Kurigalzu.
Iraq © 1996 British Institute for the Study of Iraq