What two planets did Mesopotamians know about?
The Mesopotamians knew about Venus, and calculated its pattern of movement.
they wrote about the government wars and the leaders they had
Say what you want to know about them.
Mesopotamians wrote about a lot of things. They kept records for the king, kids wrote essays and stuff for school, and they wrote on clay tablets to keep track of their livestock, sorta like the kind of stuff we write about today.
The Mesopotamians like most polytheists, gave various powers to various gods. Most had huge and incomprehensible, though finite powers.
ummm i have one example, they invented the wheel
we learn that the Mesopotamian people were very hardworking. they were the first to set up a civilization. so we must owe a lot to the Mesopotamian civilization.
the code of Hammurabi is an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth. which means what u did wrong you will be punished for this by another person.
He felt very strongly about peace (in a good way).
Abraham didn't live in Jerusalem. Jerusalem wasn't created for several hundred years. It is the city of David. Abraham cared about serving God the most.
Sabah Al-Said was born in Baghdad in the early 1900's to Nuri Pasha Al-Said and Naeema Al Askari. He was the only son of Nuri Pasha. He joined the air force and became a renowned pilot. However, in the year (?) suffered an airplane accident that almost cost his life. He spent many years recouping from leg injuries. In the mid 1930's he met and married Essmat Ali Fahmi Pasha, daughter of a renowned Egyptian… Read More
The first Mesopotamian empire was the Akkadian Empire. Its founder was Sargon of Akkad (2334-2279 BC). He conquered he invaded Syria and Canaan (the Levant), Elam (in southwetern iran) and the coast of Saudi Arabia on the Persian Gulf as far as Oman.
Hammurabi inherited one major direction for his political activity to succeed in controlling the Euphrates waters. An important area of the code was written that depended exclusively on irrigation agriculture. Since Hammurabi expanded the kingdom to conquer all of ancient Mesopotamia, he had to regulate the use of water for his expanding kingdom.
Would archaeologist know much about the Sumerians as they do if the Sumerians had not had a system of writing?
I have the same question and it's homework what about you and the answer to that question is that no
It was where people first created cities and farmed.
they were very hard workers.
Mesopotamians/Sumerians invented the wheelNeo-babylianion's inevtnted the sundial and astrologyit was the first Civalliztion
Mesopotamia is all about civilization and how that is where most of our useful resources came from back then. Such as: soap, the sailboat, the number system, the clock, etc. Mesopotamia is just mostly about new ideas and things we now have in this era.
Sumerians invented the wheel, aqueducts, battering rams, irrigation systems, and the sailboat.
Sumerian's created the first writing. Their religion was Polytheistic.
In Mesopotamia people would depend on a flood that would water every crop and help them grow food the flood included water that came down the mountains in the summer times or melted snow ad it tumble with soil and stuff so it made crops grow
wow! they have the two rivers which is Tigris and Euphrates rivers. Long time ago they don't believe in 1 god but they believe in hundreds of god. They have special writing system called Cunei. They have invented the wheel around 3500 B.C. They have the Priest power,the Priest Power is very important because he/she organized the one who who worked in or around temple.
They would steal from Kush and Egypt and they would chop off people's hands if they did something that isn't right.
The epic of Gilgamesh is a very entertaining and humanistic take of a powerful king and the victories he achieves over terrifying supernatural opponents, assisted by his close friend - the wild man Enkidu. When Enkidu dies, Gilgamesh, grief stricken and fearing for his own mortality, travels to the ends of the earth in a futile search for the secret of immortality.
I dont know thats what im trying to figure out
Their number system was based on the number 60.like our is based on the number 10.They used this when they came up with 60 minutes in an hour and 360 degrees ina circle.We still use these divisions today.
The writing system was called cuneiform
What are some special features of Mesopotamia
* Rich area of the Middle East * Stretching from the Meditterranean Sea through Mesopotamia to the Persian Gulf * Fertile (because of the silt deposited from the Tigris and Euphrates rivers) Crescent (the arc shape) * Contains two main deserts: the Syrian Desert and the Arabian Desert * Known as the "birthplace of civilization
1'st Fact: The garden was built around 600 B.C. by King Nebuchadnezzar for his wife, Queen Amyitis, the daughter of the king of Medes, who was homesickfor the mountains of her homeland in Media, which is why the garden was built in the first place. 2'nd Fact: It is one of the 7 Ancient wonders of the world having been built 500 years before the other gardens. 3"ed fact: The hanging garden has plants cultivated… Read More
The Zhou Dynasty contributed the use of iron to the world and was said to have created the Mandate of Heaven.
The gods each had a functional area for which they were held to be resopnsible. They were located in temples where people could access them and give offerings in exchange for desired favours. They had priests to act as intermediaries in the negotiations for this exchange of offerings and favours. Nothing different from today's religions. We haven't changed, as much as our growing scientific understanding of how things happen should guide us elsewhere.
that the wealthy were treated better then the poor
They believed in gods
One fact is that the alphabet was easier than cuneiform.
Yes. Here are some: Mesopotamia is an ancient region of southwest Asia between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in modern-day Iraq. It was settled before 5000 B.C., the area was the home of numerous early civilizations, including Sumer, Akkad, Babylonia, and Assyria It declined in importance after Mongol invaders destroyed its extensive irrigation system in A.D. 1258
Mina was a unit of weight in Mesopotamia.
It is the longest in southwestern Asia.
The ancient grain warehouse is a shack/shed like structure. It is used to store the crops that the ancient Mesopotamia people harvested (mostly grains like wheat and barley).
it was a zigguratwas old
This epic is just about King Gilgamesh and his friend Enkidu trying fight an immortal god. Enkidu represents one of the earliest instances of the archetype of the "Noble Savage". His friendship for Gilgamesh one of classic brotherly love. The Epic has elements of many of the core metaphors of classical western literature.
The ancient Mesopotamians were focused upon survival as they strove to find their place in the world. Significant events were happening all around, especially in the form of atmospheric phenomena. It was the recognition of these events and the impressions the people took from them that defined their religious practices. New or unusual phenomena were deemed the work of the gods and the Mesopotamians seemingly had a different deity for each. All in all, they… Read More
it commemorates a Mesopotamian Victory. The Standard should be read from right to left, begginning at the bottom.
The cradle of civilization is the second civilization to live on the planet earth. The cradle of civilization has highly populated area where many tribes of vikings lived. Here is a quote by professor @DinoLopap (Twitter) "Leauge play is better than trickshotting." In other words its saying you flourish when you work together and fail when you work alone.
Scientists think that human agriculture started in an area called the Fertile Crescent. This area of what is now Northern Africa and the Middle East had fertile soil, gentle rains, and long springs and summers, all of which made it an ideal spot for farming. Mesopotamiathe Tigris and Euphrates rivers flow through a region called Mesopotamiaflatsmall scrubby plantwas easier to travel by boatswas easy to carry heavy loadsrivers currents helped to go downthe name means… Read More
Irrigation began in Mesopotamia in about 3000 BC write about how many years ago this was under the title?
The Bible is a book; a book which I, along with 16% percent of the human population, group with a particular type as literature commonly referred to as fiction. The Earth is not hundreds or thousands of years old. In fact, it is 4 1/2 billion years old. This is proven by a method called Rubidium dating. This method measures the amount of a radioactive isotope in a rock and by combining that information with… Read More
not everyone was equal. or not everyone had jobs or not everyone had to obey.
You didn't give us the provisions, but we can tell you that slavery was considered normal in the ancient world, including in Mesopotamia. Slavery was not based on one's race or color. One was either born into it (if your parents were slaves, so were you), or one became a slave by being captured in a war, and sometimes a criminal was punished by being sold into slavery. Slaves could also be traded from one… Read More
Nothing, the Nile river is a long way from Mesopotamia.