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Archaeological site of Alalakh (Tell Atchana).JPG
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Instance of human settlement,
archaeological site
36° 14′ 16.08″ N, 36° 23′ 04.92″ E
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Alalakh was founded by the Amorites during the Middle Bronze Age in the 2nd millennium BC. The first palace was built c. 2000 BC, contemporary with the Third Dynasty of Ur.


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