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2013, Volume 2, Issue 1, Pages 65-80
The myrtle plant is an aromatic oil plant from ancient times to the present, and it is one of the plants that was planted throughout the ancient Near East and the Mediterranean basin and was called by different names. It usually grows in wet areas and is an aromatic fragrant evergreen shrub.
2012, Volume 1, Issue 1, Pages 145-157
The supply and disposal of water in the cities and the capital in ancient Iraq is one of the important civilizational achievements and one of the most important elements of civilization whose influence has spread to the civilizations of the neighboring countries of Mesopotamia. The cuneiform texts and archaeological evidence reflected the importance of providing water to the population in ancient Iraq, especially the modern Assyrian era, as well as finding ways to drain the (heavy) wastewater.