ensi

Small squarish rugs woven by several of the nomadic Turkoman tribes of central Asia to cover the tent entrance. Many have a cruciform design and are wrongly referred to as hatchli (cross) rugs.

Ensí

Ensí (spelled PA.TE.SI in Sumerian cuneiform, hence occasionally transliterated as patesi; possibly derived from , `lord of the plowland`; borrowed into Akkadian as iššakkum) is a Sumerian title designating the ruler or prince of a city state. Originally it may have designated an independent ruler, but in later periods the title presupposed s.....
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ensi

(from the article `Mesopotamia, history of`) The lords of Lagash rarely fail to call themselves by the title of ensi, of as yet undetermined derivation; `city ruler,` or `prince,` are only ... ...can trace its history, Mesopotamia was divided into small units, the so-called city-states, consisting of a major city wit...
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ensi

Small squarish rugs woven by several of the nomadic Turkoman tribes of central Asia to cover the tent entrance. Many have a cruciform design and are wrongly referred to as hatchli (cross) rugs.
Found on http://www.antique-marks.com/antique-terms-e.html
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