list of all the figure and plate images in the U entries



Entry Image Caption
URARTU Figure 1. Map of Urartian places in Iranian Azerbaijan (Drawing by W. Kleiss).
URARTU Figure 2. Ground plans of Urartian castles: a. “Elder Urartian” castle of the 9th century B.C.E., Qalʿa Siāh; b. “Younger Urartian” castle of the 7th century B.C.E., Gerd-e Sorah (Drawing by W. Kleiss).
URARTU Figure 3. Clay tablets, Besṭām (Kleiss, 1977a, figs. 23-25).
URARTU Figure 4. Cuneiform inscription, Besṭām (Kleiss, 1977a, fig. 4).
URARTU Figure 5. Ground plans of hall buildings: a. Hittite period, Boǧazköy; b. Ḥasanlu IV; c. Median period, Tepe Nush-i-Jan (Nuš-e Jān); d. Median period; Godin Tepe; e. Urartian period, Armavir; f. Urartian period, Besṭām; g. Development of Achaemenid palace buildings in Pasargadae; h. Development of Achaemenid palace buildings in Dašt-e Gowhar; i. Apadana type in Persepolis; j. Apadana type in Susa (Drawing by W. Kleiss).
URARTU Figure 6. Dam construction: a. Urartian dam, cross-section; b. Achaemenid dam, cross-section; c. Achaemenid sluice stone (Drawing by W. Kleiss).
URGUT Figure 1. General view of the excavated part, facing east.
URGUT Figure 2. Northern aisle and the chancel.
URGUT Figure 3. Ceramic pot for the hallowed substances, Quqtepa, IX-X AD.
URGUT Figure 4. Baḵt ([good] fortune - Pers.) in Sogdian characters, Qizil-qiya.
URMIA, LAKE Figure 1. Hydrography and catchment area of Lake Urmia. (Source: Schweizer, map 5).
URMIA, LAKE Figure 2. Lake Urmia water level and its fluctuations, 1910-2012 (Source: Pengra, fig. 1).
URMIA, LAKE Figure 3. Lake Urmia surface area, 1963-2011 (Source: Pengra, fig.2).


Originally Published: January 1, 2000

Last Updated: August 28, 2015