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Since the fourth millennium BC, the Sumerian artist succeeded in adapting metals to make them attractive forms, as he harnessed them for his customs, ritual traditions, and religious and ideological practices. The scenes are technically in addition to being loaded with intellectual and semantic dimensions of counting and numbers, which had a great impact on the souls, customs and traditions of the inhabitants of Mesopotamia, hence the importance of the research that the researcher touched on, as she devoted her effort to searching for the intellectual and semantic dimensions of the number in the Sumerian ornaments, As an important part of the artistic production, and through the analysis of issues related to the number. This research included four chapters, the first chapter dealt with the research problem and the importance of research and the need for it and its objectives of revealing the intellectual and semantic dimensions of the number in the Sumerian ornaments, starting from the era of the dawn of dynasties and ending with the era of Sumerian resurrection. The first is a study of concepts and beliefs, the second is the conceptual dimensions of numbers and their uses in ancient arts, and the third is Sumerian ornaments and formulas.
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