Mesopotamia
Digital Venues

Clusters and hubs

Giorgio Buccellati
August 2020

     Clusters bring together websites that are linked either by content, or format, or both.
     Hubs are entry ways to the clusters. They are short websites that describe the nature of the cluster they subsume, and describe features that are common to the subsumed websites.
     The chart below gives an overview of all the websites in the system.
     Hubs are highlighted in green.
     Each rectangular cell refers to a website.
     Each column refers to a cluster of websites.

MAIN HUB
Mesopotamia: Digital Venues
mesop.org

GRAMMAR HUB
Cybernetica Mesopotamica
cyb-mes.net
Archaeology
Terqa and Qraya
terqa.org
Urkesh
urkesh.org
EXCAVATIONS HUB
Urkesh Global Record
urkesh.org/record
Sitewide
Tell Mozan
urkesh.org/MZ
UGR grammar
urkesh.org/grammar
ceramics
urkesh.org/ceramics
Areas
Royal Palace
urkesh.org/AP
Temple Plaza
urkesh.org/JP
Units
Palace courtyard
urkesh.org/A16
Palace Eastern sector
urkesh.org/A20
Temple monumental access
urkesh.org/J2
Temple wall Northwest
urkesh.org/J5
Temple wall West
urkesh.org/J1
Temple wall Center
urkesh.org/J3
Temple wall East
urkesh.org/J4
Temple Plaza East
urkesh.org/J7
Outer City EDIII admin.
urkesh.org/OH2
Linguistics
Linguistic Analysis
of Akkadian

cyb-mes.net/laa
HERMENEUTICS HUB
Four River Banks
4banks.net
Methodology
Critique of Archaeological Reason
critique-of-AR.net
Language
Akkadian linguistics
akk-lg.net
Politics
At the Origins of Politics
mes-pol.net
Literature
Thought Enshrined in Clay
mes-lit.net
Art
The Shapes of Phantasy
mes-art.net
Religion
«When on High the Heavens...»
mes-rel.net