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Summary

The house of Puzurum

Class:

  • Building (other)
  • visible
  • Location ± 25-100 m.
(see also PELAGIOS)

Identifiers:

Nearby

Tell Ashara- Terqa - Sirqu

Terqa - ancient city discovered at the site of Tell Ashara.Neo-Assyrian Sirqu.

Temple of Ninkarrak, Terqa

Nin Karrak temple in Terqa, Tell Ashara, Sirqu.

Al Quriyah

Ancient settlement in Syria on the River Euphrates.

Tell Masayih

Tell Masaikh - ancient settlemeny in Syria on the river Euphrates

Images

Surroundings (Panoramio)

Annotation

The house  of  Puzurum, the  archive  owner was a small private home  with three rooms around a central courtyard. Puzurum archiver was active during the reign of King Yadikh-Abu1.

See:

  1.  Renata  M.  Liggett, Ancient Terqa and its temple of Ninkarrak: the excavations of the fifth and sixth seasons in: Near East Archaeological Society Bulletin 1982, no. 19 (Spring), pp. 5-26- www.terqa.org/EL-TQ/Ligett_1982_Ancient_Terqa_and_Its_Temple_-_NEASB_19.pdf
  2. http://www.iimas.org/terqa.htmla small private home has been unearthed with three rooms clustered around a central courtyard.

References

  1. king Yadikh-Abu was contemporary of Samsu-iluna that reign ca.1750 - 1712 BC