Ur of the Chaldees
The stock image shows the ancient city of Ur, which was one of the most important Sumerian city-states located in Mesopotamia (modern-day Iraq). The map displays the city’s location along the Euphrates River and highlights its many prominent structures, including the famous Ziggurat of Ur, which was dedicated to the moon god Nanna.
The map also features the city’s walls, gates, and residential areas, as well as its position relative to other nearby cities such as Babylon and Uruk.
The map provides a glimpse into the urban and architectural development of ancient Sumer and highlights the significance of Ur as a center of religion, trade, and culture in the ancient Near East.