Gudea

Gudea was a ruler (ensi) of the state of Lagash in Southern Mesopotamia who ruled ca. 2144 - 2124 BC. He probably did not come from the city, but had married Ninalla, daughter of the ruler Urbaba (2164 - 2144 BC) of Lagash, thus gaining entrance to the royal house of Lagash. He was succeeded by his son Ur-Ningirsu. ==Inscriptions== Inscriptions me...
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Gudea

(from the article `art and architecture, Mesopotamian`) ...river valley was overrun by the mountain tribes of northern Iran. Of all the Mesopotamian cities, only Lagash appears somehow to have remained ... ...the period. The Sargon Chronicle is a piece of literary legendry concentrating on spectacular figures and feats of the past, wher...
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