Lecture 04 uruk to early dynastic period (b)

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  • 1. HISTORY 26 Lecture Four: From the Uruk Period to the Early Dynastic Period in Mesopotamia
  • 2. The Neolithic Revolution ( c . 9000 – c . 4000 BC)
  • 3. The Ancient Near East
  • 4. Chatal Hüyük – c . 7200 – 6000
  • 5. Chatal Hüyük – c . 7200 – 6000
    • Located in central Anatolia (Turkey)
    • Rectangular houses of mud brick
      • Social hierarchy
      • Specialization of room use
  • 6. The Ancient Near East
  • 7. Jericho – c . 8000 – 6000
    • Houses built of stone
    • Complex and far-reaching trade networks
      • Obsidian
  • 8. The Neolithic Revolution
    • Hassuna (7th millennium)
    • Samarra (late 7th millennium)
    • Halaf (6th millennium)
  • 9. The Neolithic Revolution
    • Samarra Halaf
  • 10. Spread of Halaf Culture
  • 11. The Neolithic Revolution
    • Ubaid
  • 12. Spread of Ubaid Culture
  • 13. The Urban Revolution ( c . 4000 – c . 3100 BC) The Uruk Period
  • 14. The Ancient Near East
  • 15. When a Sumerian deity asks if you are a god, say “yes.”
  • 16.  
  • 17. Uruk (Warka)
  • 18. Beveled-Rim Bowls
  • 19. The Uruk Period
    • Uruk Vase (3000 BC)
    • Cylinder Seal (3300 - 2900 BC)
  • 20. Eanna District (Uruk IV)
  • 21. Eanna District (Uruk IV)
  • 22. Anu District (Uruk III)
  • 23. Anu District (Uruk III)
  • 24. Anu District (Uruk III)
  • 25. The Development of Cuneiform
    • Administrative Tablets (3100 - 2900 BC)
  • 26. The Development of Cuneiform
  • 27. The Ancient Near East
  • 28. Uruk Expansion and Retraction
    • Susa and Susiana
    • Northern Mesopotamia
      • Habuba Kabira
      • Tell Brak
      • Tepe Gawra
    • Uruk III/Jemdet Nasr ( c . 3100 - 2900 BC)
      • Proto-Elamite culture (Susiana)