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Die soziale Organisation erfolgte über verwandtschaftliche Beziehungen innerhalb der Siedlung und über Bündnissen mit Gruppen aus anderen Oasen. Thierry Berthoud und Serge Cleuziou haben Kupfererzproben aus Iran und aus Oman mit archäologischen Kupferobjekten aus Iran, Irak und Oman chemisch analysiert und bewiesen dadurch den Kupferhandel zwischen Oman und den Sumerern schon in frühdynastischer Zeit. Mesopotamien handelte aber auch mit Dilmun und Meluhha.

Magan handelte wohl ausschliesslich mit Mesopotamien, da anderen Länder nicht erwähnt werden. Magan verlor den direkten Kontakt zu Mesopotamien und wurde durch Dilmun ersetzt.

Aber es ist anzunehmen, dass Magan anstelle von Mesopotamien nun Dilmun belieferte. Umm an-Nar-Periode v. Es fanden sich Reste von Monumentalarchitektur wie Turmbasen, Terrassenanlagen und runden Plattformen bis hin zu rechteckigen Gebäuden jedoch wird eine Betrachtung als Heiligtum kaum erwägt.

Durch den im 3. Im Landesinneren entstandenn derweil reine Bergbausiedlungen. Wadi Suq-Periode v. Ein Rückgang der Siedlungszahl tritt ein, eventuell weil die Bevölkerung auf nomadische Lebensweise überging. Kurdistan und Irak 1: East Mediterranean Lands and Iraq.

Byzantinische Reich, ostliches Blatt. Sidney L'Euphrate et le Tigre 1: Polish Army Topography Service Persien. More in the catalog or in the website. Drag sliders to specify date range From: Search About News Mobile. Karte von Mesopotamien 1: Umgebung von Baghdâd 1: Females tend to be found at greater depths than males.

It seems to be intolerant of low salinity, moving inshore during the dry season June to November and offshore during the rainy season December to May.

As its common name suggests, the daggernose shark has a very long, flattened snout with a pointed tip and an acutely triangular profile from above. The eyes are circular and minute in size, with nictitating membranes a protective third eyelid. The nostrils are small, without prominent nasal skin flaps. There are short but deep furrows at the corners of the mouth on both jaws. The tooth rows number 49—60 and 49—56 in the upper and lower jaws respectively.

Each tooth has a single narrow, upright cusp; the upper teeth are slightly broader and flatter than the lower teeth, with serrated rather than smooth edges.

The body is robustly built, with large, broad, paddle-like pectoral fins that originate under the fifth gill slit. The first dorsal fin originates over the posterior half of the pectoral fin bases. The second dorsal fin is about half as tall as the first and located over or slightly ahead of the anal fin.

The anal fin is smaller than the second dorsal fin and has a deep notch in the rear margin. The caudal fin has a well-developed lower lobe and is preceded by a crescent-shaped notch on the upper side of the caudal peduncle. The coloration is a plain gray above, sometimes with a brownish or yellowish cast, and lighter below.

The dominant shark species within the daggernose shark's range are the smalltail shark Carcharhinus porosus and the bonnethead Sphyrna tiburo. The snout bears a superficial similarity to the goblin shark Mitsukurina owstoni , some Apristurus catsharks , and the long-nosed chimaeras , all found in the deep sea.

Known prey taken include herring , anchovies , catfish , and croakers. The daggernose shark is viviparous ; once the developing embryos exhaust their supply of yolk , the depleted yolk sac is converted into a placental connection through which the mother delivers sustenance.

Females give birth to litters of 2—8 pups every other year, following a year-long gestation period. There is no correlation between female size and number of offspring.