By Susan Pollock, Reinhard Bernbeck
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This residential pattern contrasts markedly to the one in dry-farming areas where agglutinative architecture, probably housing smaller stem families, prevailed (Bernbeck 1995). Chalcolithic The early occupation of the southern Mesopotamian plains has been dubbed the Ubaid tradition (ca. ), distinguished by particular styles of architecture (especially the tripartite house with long central hall and smaller rooms on the two long sides), pottery, and other artifacts such as seals. Similar pottery – characterized by black to brown painting on a well-fired, buff-colored body – extends 16 REINHARD BERNBECK AND SUSAN POLLOCK well into the Zagros mountain valleys of Iran, the northern Mesopotamian plains of Syria and Iraq, and the Taurus foothills of Turkey.
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Disputed reasons for the first Crusade include the search for an outlet for overpopulation and rampant poverty in Europe, as well as the conquest of Jerusalem by the Seljuks, a Turkish tribe that had converted to Islam. This dynasty, which ruled over Mesopotamia and Anatolia, was followed by others with origins further east in Mongolia. The Mongolian conquests wrought havoc on the ancient irrigation systems in Mesopotamia and seriously reduced the region’s population (Adams 1981:225–228). However, no similarly in-depth evidence is available from other regions.