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English for Bahrain (DILM)

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        LC ClassificationsSeptember 9, 1985
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 127 p. :
        Number of Pages55
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100582757169

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: The elaborate records left by the Sumerians describe the site of a remarkable settlement which was located on the Persian Gulf near the earlier city of Dilmun. "down the dank moldering paths and past the 's streams they went and past the White Rock and the Sun's Western Gates and past the Land of Dilmun, and soon they reached the fields of where the dead, the burnt-out wraiths of mortals make their home" I find the above interesting like White Rock.

The cradle of civilization is sometimes referenced by the name Dilmun, or Tilmun. Abstract The Dilmun civilization appeared in the Mesopotamian sources as a land of Eden and a supplier of ivory, copper, pearls and dates whose boats reached Dilmun ports. To this period belongs a further inscription on a seal found at and preserving a king's name.

Interaction and Dilmun Power in the Bronze Age: A by Hasan Ashkanani

Symbolism similar to that of Bahrain was prolific throughout the ancient east. During that period, Bahrain gained economic importance on an international level as a trade hub which led to population growth and, as a consequence, to a more diversified social complexity. Walter Burkert notes the connection with Dilmun motif of far-off : "Thus Achilles is transported to the and becomes the Ruler of theand becomes the divine lord of an Adriatic island.The land Dilmun is holy, Holy Sumer—present it to him, The land Dilmun is holy.

Also Bablot Tower seems Dilmun resemble an eye in the faintest sense! Dilmun is also described in the story of and as the site at which the occurred. In an ancient Sumerian text, Dilmun was described as a blessed, prosperous land dotted with great dwellings. From texts found at it becomes clear that Dilmun became an independent kingdom Dilmun from Mesopotamian rule. And already have archaeologists found these ancient Sumerian clay tablets which tell of this earthly paradise "where the Gods first blessed mankind with the example Dilmun civilized and cultured life.

In fact, there is some reason to believe that the very idea of a paradise, a garden of the gods, originated with the Sumerians.

For there is not too much Dilmun the remains of the pre-Indus settlements excavated at Harappa, Kot Diji, or Amri, which could be regarded as the forerunner of the Indus cities and towns with their carefully planned buildings and streets, Dilmun water cult and purification rites, their well-developed pictographic script, and their bustling water-borne trade. Dilmun also makes reference to his shrine which of course was close to the sea on the spit of land within Dilmun.

The "Persian Gulf" types of circular, stamped rather than rolled seals Dilmun from Dilmun, that appear at inIndia, andas well as in Mesopotamia, are convincing corroboration of the long-distance sea trade. The names referred to are. Another crucial word which may turn out to be Ubaidian, is Ea, one of the two names by which the Mesopotamian water god is known in the cuneiform texts, the other being Enki, the name used throughout this study.

In regard to copper mining and smelting, the and in theand in Oman were particularly important.