Gutium
Gutium is a designation appearing in cuneiform texts of the third, second, and first millennia B.C. for the land of the Gutians (Akkadian Gutî or Qutî), a people responsible for bringing an end to the Akkadian empire. In first millennium B.C. sources, the name is used as an archaic designation for the region northeast of Babylonia, near and in the Zagros Mountains.
Gutium
Gutium is a designation appearing in cuneiform texts of the third, second, and first millennia B.C. for the land of the Gutians (Akkadian Gutî or Qutî), a people responsible for bringing an end to the Akkadian empire. In first millennium B.C. sources, the name is used as an archaic designation for the region northeast of Babylonia, near and in the Zagros Mountains.