Hanging Gardens

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October 24, 2005 Tour of the Hanging Gardens of Neo-Babylon 1. The Garden is a large square, and each side is four plethra long. It’s made of arched vaults that are located on a checkered foundation. It has plants above ground level, and the roots of the trees grow right in the upper terrace. Water flows from the high point of the gardens and flows down the slopes irrigating the
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Unformatted text preview: plants. 2. Advanced irrigation system to keep plants green and foundation was a checkered board like column structure. Babylon the City 1. 2800 BC was when Babylonia was thought to be founded 2. The divine patron of the city was probably Marduk or Merodach. 3. Contentious...
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