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Extra Credit Opportunity: Upcoming Lecture at LACMA (Tuesday, Sept 15,  Uruk White Temple and Ziggurat. C. 3200-3000 BCE mod. Warka, Iraq – Anu  Note: 4 th  Millenium is 3000’s BCE Widespread trading links Cylinder Seals (tracks where a package is, who has it, how many times its  been traded, etc.) Introduction of Writing The city’s ruler directed its administration to construct irrigation channels and  they provided farmers their tools and seeds in return of getting portions of  food back. Mud brick production and Mud brick architecture: Half of the world’s population today live in “earth constructed” architecture. Uruk White Temple and Zigguarat c. 3200-3000 BCE modern Warka, Iraq Can be seen from miles around The priests and kings allowed in this building underscores the hierarchy of the  members of society. Heavy shadows could be cast by these buildings – was probably painted 
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