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The Shamlu Archaeological Mission is part of the DFG Emmy Noether project “Flight - Migration - Interaction. Artefact related diversity in Ancient Near Eastern contexts of the 3rd and 2nd millennium BC”.
Gird-i Shamlu lies close to the Iraqi-Iranian border in the centre of the Shahrizor Plain about 45 km southeast of Sulaymaniya. The mound’s settlement history reaches back to the middle of the 4th millennium BCE. Its major occupation phases are dated to the early and late 3rd millennium and the 2nd millennium BCE.
The archaeological material from the site mirrors its position on the border between the Mesopotamian lowlands and the Iranian highlands, as it shows similarities to finds from Mesopotamian, but also west- and northwest-Iranian sites.