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Unformatted text preview: 15m in height Holes on the side called weeper holes were probably drainage holes Top level of the ziggurat is the palace or king with numerous retainers who were dependant on the team, the king had a very close relationship with the temple, however we dont know the actual relationship between kingship and priesthood Statues or votives were found in the center of a room a votive is a gift to the god Votives were made of alabaster, calcite or limestone Art outside of ritual context is not something that is apart of the consciousness of the people The details of the statues suggest rank in life These statues are a very standard form of display and are stylistic similar for thousands of years The angular quality gives the statue a sense of permanence divinity. Ungal- king...
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- Fall '08