HAVE UNEARTHED PALACE OF BABYLON'S FIRST KING
Special to the Star by United Press
Chicago, Nov. 27--The palace of the first king of Babylon--the oldest architectural structure in the Near East--has been unearthed by the Chicago Field Museum-Oxford University expedition excavating the ruins of Kisk.
Built of small biscuit-shaped bricks and extensively decorated, the palace, though never built over, is in a remarkable state of preservation.
Friday, December 5, 2014
90 years ago: Palace of first king of Babylon unearthed
As reported in the Toronto Daily Star, November 27, 1924, p. 9: