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U·ga·rit

 (o͞o′gə-rēt′)
An ancient city of western Syria on the Mediterranean Sea. It flourished as a trade center from c. 1450 to 1195 bc but was destroyed soon after, possibly by an earthquake. Excavation of the ruins (beginning in 1929) has unearthed important cuneiform tablets.

U•ga•rit

(ˌu gəˈrit, ˌyu-)

n.
an ancient city on the site of modern Ras Shamra, in NW Syria, fl. 2nd millennium b.c.
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It also approved the investment of a tourism complex project at Ugarit, the establishment of an ecological tourist village in Samra area of Lattakia, all of which aim at improving the business conditions of tourism and creating a large number of job opportunities in a community based on tourism, as well as supporting of the national economy.
10 n AaAaAeAa; 9" by Frederic Chopin and "Eid" by Malek Janda from the album "Echoes from Ugarit," which had been recorded in Moscow with the Russian Philharmonic Orchestra in 2008 and based on a combination of oriental melodies, Arabic melodies and Syrian rhythms on a Western symphonic orchestration.
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As for private or personal archives, the motivation for their compilation is more uncertain, given the variety of materials preserved in them, keeping in mind that in Ugarit there was seemingly a more or less "private" cult, (3) which might be reflected in the categories of texts preserved by individuals.
at Ugarit and Byblos) to the peripheral societies of the Minoans and Mycenaeans in the Aegean.
In individual chapters on the centuries between the fifteenth and twelfth, the kings, queens, and nations involved are many and intertwined, from the Egyptians to the Minoans, and from Hatti to Ugarit.
The letters of Ugarit [an ancient site in modern-day Syria] suggest that of the Canaanite pantheon, Baal, the Canaanite storm god, would have been the most likely candidate," Itzhaq Shai, a professor at Ariel University who is directing a research project at Tel Burna, told LiveScience in an email
The King of Ugarit in Syria referred to him as 'my brother'.
Their topics include the emergence of the Ghassulian textile industry in the southern Levant Chalcolithic Period about 4500-3900 BC, the crescent shaped loom weight as evidence for technology and palace economy in Middle Bronze Age Anatolia, considering the finishing of textiles based on neo-Sumerian inscription from Girsu, tapestries in the Bronze and Early Iron Ages of the Ancient Near East, and the whorls from Ugarit at the Musee d'Archeologie Nationale and at the Louvre.
Iranian ambassador Ghadanfar Roknabadi, came over to Bbda palace for more of the same while Ugarit Yunan of the Citizens' Campaign for Promoting a Fresh Personal Status Law, presented the president with a draft copy of the law and solicited his help in speeding up its study and approval by parliament.
Main, this image released by Ugarit News purports to show burning tyres in Syrian capital Damascus; inset, smoke rising from the Midan area of Damascus
For his 2008 album "Echoes from Ugarit," the 39-year-old arranged music based on the oldest music notation in the world - discovered in the Bronze city of Ugarit, Syria.