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Uruk

 

Pronunciation:  OO-ruk

Occurrences:  5

First Reference:  Beginnings 10:30

 

And of the second lot would merchants come from the lands round about, from Calneh and Shinar, from Uruk beyond Tigris to Sumer would merchants come to purchase with gold and silver and all manner of precious stones the wines of Zion.

 

 

See:  Marduk, Sumerian Empire

 

Summary:  Uruk was one of several cities of ancient Mesopotamia that came to be included within the first Sumerian Empire, established by Cain. Uruk was likely located east ‘beyond’ the Tigris river (B:10:30). The city was among several which were overthrown and conquered  with the rise Yasher-Baal and his autocracy. Yasher-Baal placed his son Marduk on the thrown of Uruk (B:11:34-37). Other cities which fell under the rule of Yasher-Baal included: Kish, Shinar, Calneh, and Babel.

 

 

 

Notes/References:

Uriel
Uzziah's well