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    Mesopotamian Sites of Ancient Cities Said Occupied Previously for Many Thousands of Years Really?

    Ancient sites of (ice age) cities in upper Mesopotamia such as Tell Brak, Leilan, Beydar, and Urkesh (anciently known respectively as Nagar, Shehna, Nabada, and Ur of Chaldees) are said to have been occupied for five thousand years before the cities were built, continuous occupation at those sites the experts say, then the cities all abandoned ostensibly by coincidence circa 1500 b. c., but does it seem likely that for five thousand years a site would be occupied and then at the end walls and houses would be built to be abandoned within less than a thousand years after their building?

     

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