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Mari was discovered in 1933 and is considered a major key of comprehension of the old Mesopotamian world.

It was described as the royal city-state par excellence of the third century. The palace was said to have more than 200 rooms. New findings are still being made rounding up the picture of life in those days

An elevation with a panoramic terrace built of clay bricks had survived a period of 3000 years. After excavations were made, all things decayed and became unrecognizable within a couple of years

 

 

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