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'''Uruk''' (Cuneiform: {{cuneiform|𒌷𒀔}},<sup>[[Cities of the Ancient Near East|URU]]</sup> UNUG; [[Sumerian language|Sumerian]]: Unug; [[Akkadian language|Akkadian]]: ''Uruk''; [[Aramaic language|Aramaic]]: ''Erech''; [[Biblical Hebrew|Hebrew]]: ''[[Erech]]''; [[Ancient Greek|Greek]]: {{lang|grc|Ὀρχόη}} ''{{lang|grc-Latn|Orchoē}}'', {{lang|grc|Ὠρύγεια}} ''{{lang|grc-Latn|Ōrugeia}}''; {{lang-ar|وركاء}}, ''{{transl|ar|Warkā'}}'') was an ancient city of [[Sumer]] and later [[Babylonia]], situated east of the present bed of the [[Euphrates]] river, on the ancient dry former channel of the Euphrates River, some 30&nbsp;km east of modern [[As-Samawah]], [[Al Muthanna Governorate|Al-Muthannā]], [[Iraq]].<ref name="Harmansah, 2007">Harmansah, 2007</ref>
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casper je bent dik lelijk dom stom gay homo alles en deze wikipedia page is kankerlelijk kersenvlaai'''Uruk''' (Cuneiform: {{cuneiform|𒌷𒀔}},<sup>[[Cities of the Ancient Near East|URU]]</sup> UNUG; [[Sumerian language|Sumerian]]: Unug; [[Akkadian language|Akkadian]]: ''Uruk''; [[Aramaic language|Aramaic]]: ''Erech''; [[Biblical Hebrew|Hebrew]]: ''[[Erech]]''; [[Ancient Greek|Greek]]: {{lang|grc|Ὀρχόη}} ''{{lang|grc-Latn|Orchoē}}'', {{lang|grc|Ὠρύγεια}} ''{{lang|grc-Latn|Ōrugeia}}''; {{lang-ar|وركاء}}, ''{{transl|ar|Warkā'}}'') was an ancient city of [[Sumer]] and later [[Babylonia]], situated east of the present bed of the [[Euphrates]] river, on the ancient dry former channel of the Euphrates River, some 30&nbsp;km east of modern [[As-Samawah]], [[Al Muthanna Governorate|Al-Muthannā]], [[Iraq]].<ref name="Harmansah, 2007">Harmansah, 2007</ref>
   
 
Uruk gave its name to the [[Uruk period]], the protohistoric [[Chalcolithic]] to [[Early Bronze Age]] period in the history of [[Mesopotamia]] spanning c. 4000 to 3100 BC, succeeded by the [[Jemdet Nasr period]] of [[Sumer]] proper.
 
Uruk gave its name to the [[Uruk period]], the protohistoric [[Chalcolithic]] to [[Early Bronze Age]] period in the history of [[Mesopotamia]] spanning c. 4000 to 3100 BC, succeeded by the [[Jemdet Nasr period]] of [[Sumer]] proper.
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