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Harvest work in ancient Mesopotamia

The researcher dealt with the work of harvesting in Mesopotamia since the settlement of man in open positions and stability in the villages based on irrigation and the establishment of channels and dams that prevailed in southern Mesopotamia, as well as rituals and advances related to the successful harvesting process.
Search by: (Assistant instructor Hassan Mahdi Hamoudi)
Research published in: Journal of Arts / Faculty of Arts / University of Baghdad / No. 126/2018

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