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In 2015 fieldwork was resumed at Uruk (Province al-Muthanna in Southern Iraq), and this for the first time since 2002. Fortunately, the site – which has been a focus of German scholars for more than a century – was well-protected by efforts of its devoted guard and the local Police for Antiquities. Be this as it may, the long absence of specialists from the site means that several structures are currently in need of intensive conservation measures. Additionally, a proposal put forward by thedoi:10.34780/8qx7-6agc fatcat:dn7baotvbrajtngmcynzf32hom