By Eva Cancik-Kirschbaum, Margarete van Ess, Joachim Marzahn
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Fifth cut This cut is in the southern part of the city, west of the street that links the city to the village of Jumjumah. The objective of the cutting works in this area was to create earthen barriers. Most of the earthen barriers and obstacles located in this area contain fragments of baked brick and pottery. The fifth cut has a length of 38 m, a width of 6 m, and a height of 3 m. The cross-section resulting from the cutting works contains various fragments. 6. Sixth cut It is on the eastern side.
E. near the Tower of Babylon revealed six layers. Of special importance is layer 2 which contains baked brick fragments of different sizes mixed with bitumen. 8. Eighth trench This is the longest trench dug in the city. It is located in the religious area of the city, north of the seventh trench. 5 m in width and 2 m in depth (Fig. 13). A trench with a length of 10 m branches off from its eastern side. The archaeological deposits removed from the trench contain pottery and baked brick fragments of various sizes.
Barbed Wire and Steel Stakes The Multinational Forces surrounded the city with barbed wire, secured with steel stakes. The barbed wire is not limited to a specific location or number. Rather, it was set up in different locations on the perimeter of the central area established as a camp for the Multinational Forces and in the city centre, as needed. The damage in this case was caused by the implantation of stakes in archaeological ground and on several mounds and walls, as happened to a wall of the central area and a wall of the sacred precinct (Fig.
Babylon: Wissenskultur in Orient und Okzident Science Culture Between Orient and Occident (Topoi. Berlin Studies of the Ancient World - Volume 1) by Eva Cancik-Kirschbaum, Margarete van Ess, Joachim Marzahn