Figure 1 - Statue known as "the Architect on the map" of the Prince Gudea, is shown seated, hands joined in the gesture of prayer.
Gudeabaffled by these architectural instructions, sought advice from a goddess * capable of interpreting divine messages, so that she could decipher a seemingly simple floor plan and provide the information needed to build a temple of seven floors with seven different scales. She explained the meaning of the instructions, the dimensions of the plan, as well as the size and shape of the bricks to be used, which was later deciphered, in 1900, by Adolf Billerbeck in his publication " Der Alte Orient » (the Old East). Then, Gudea hired a team to locate the site on the outskirts of the city where the god wanted his temple to be built, and recruited staff for the construction phase.
Figure 2 - Gudea, prince of Lagash, with on his knees the engraved plan of the enclosure of the temple of the god Ningirsu.
Figure 3 - First known illustration of a strictly technical drawing.
Specialists, like Zecharia Sitchin, especially in his book " the 12th planet », Affirm that war has always been a lever for man to advance scientifically and technologically. But in ancient Mesopotamia, it was the construction of complex structures that allowed the development of all sectors, whether in technology, transport, or even organization, ...
Figure 4 - The temple of the god Ningirsu
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