A 3400 Years Old City in Iraq is Discovered During Drought

In Iraq during this ongoing year 2022, due to drought in river Tigris a 3400 years old city has been discovered. It is assumed that it was a kingdom during 2000 B.C.

The team of archeologists from Kurdistan Archeology Organization, Freiberg University of Mining and Technology, Germany and Eberhard Karls University of Tubingen, Germany did the digging of this vast city where a palace, buildings with huge walls and towers, a wide-storeyed storage building and an industrial complex were discovered.

Freiberg university told in their press release that Iraq specially a bigger portion of southern region has been severely effected by drought due to which since December they had been trying to attain water reserves from the city of Mossal in northern Iraq near the famous city of Karbala.

Due to alarming low levels of water in Kurdistan in Iraq, on the site of Kemune, a city belonging to Chalcolithic Age has appeared which was drowned hundreds of years ago.

The scientists in Iraq did analysis of Duhok in Kurdistan.