(ĭs`kĕr), river, c.250 mi (400 km) long, rising in the Rhodope Mts., W Bulgaria, and flowing generally NE past Sofia and through the Balkan Mts. to the Danube River. The gorge of the Iskŭr is one of the chief passes through the Balkans.
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Molina remarks that "at this time, the close relationship between Karkar and Adab was strengthened by the fact that Lugalajagu was simultaneously the governor of Adab and the temple administrator of god Iskur in Adab" (p.