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G. Buccellati, June 2002
|1998||The Origins of Civilization. The Ancient Near East.
Paris: Finest/Terrail, 1998 (original French edition: 1997).
P. 108-109. At the beginning of the section on Peoples and Empires, the Hurrians are mentioned as having lived on the mountainous northern border of Mesopotamia for a long time when around 2100 BC [they] founded several small independent states there. The most important of these was Urkish (known today as Tell Mozan), which was the centre of the cult of their principal god, Kumarbi.