Residential Houses from the Moncorn Assyrian Period (911-612) BC. M- Elected Sites from the Makhul Dam Project Area
2021, Volume 6, Issue 1, Pages 115-137
AbstractThe architecture of residential houses is one of the achievements and civilization that reflects part of the daily life of the society, as well as the civilized and architectural aspect of the inhabitants of the region and at the same time reflects the human mechanism of the possibilities and development of civilization as well as economic potentialities, and the natural resources and how to benefit from those resources, in addition to the raw material used in the construction and the extent of its appropriateness with nature. has been chosen the building of residential houses in the area of the project of the Makhul Dam project in the neo Assyrian period. To be the title of this research, especially that the sites of this area belonging to this time period of the history of Iraq have not yet been studied in full, and of those sites is Tel Maramos 1, Tall al-Fars, Tall al-Dagh, Tall al-Zab, and that the in these settlements of construction remains and archaeological finds indicates that they were important settlements of the neo Assyrian period, these building remains are very important, as they provided us with information on the building of residential houses in the northern region of the neo Assyrian period.
- Article View: 92
- PDF Download: 95