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Abc Of Mesopotamia
Transcript of Abc Of Mesopotamia
ABC OF MESOPOTAMIA
Artifacts are tools and weapons left behind from ancient times.
Babylon was one of the most important and famous cities ever in Mesopotamia.
Cuneiform was a writing system that only boys could write with. They wrote on wet clay with wax. Cuneiform writing was only for the rich.
IN A WORLD OF ANCIENT MESOPOTAMIA
I PRESENT TO YOU.....
A deity is a god or godness.
E: EUPHRATES RIVER
Euphrates River is one of the rivers that separate Mesopotamia from the other river on it's opposite side.
Fossils are traces of animals and plants left behind.
People in Mesopotamia believed that in every ziggurat there was a god who ruled there land.
H: HANGING GARDENS
Hanging Gardens are gardens or plants hanging from a building. A man made the gardens for his wife. The Hanging Gardens are one of the most famous buildings ever in Mesopotamia.
Irrigation is a water system with cannals and dikes.
Jewlry was an decoration that people would ware. The kings crowns were there jewlry.
Kings would rule a ziggurat and they would have people or men to do stuff for them.
Lucy is a 3 million year old person who is now dead.
Maps were pretty cool in Mesopotamia because of all the rivers and Fertile Crescent and desert land that were shown there on the maps.
Nomads were people who always were looking for food.
Officals were part of the government system in Mesopotamia.
P: PERSIAN EMPIRE
The Persian Empire was a place in Mesopotamia.
Every king was married to a queen.
Religon was a type of culture in Mesopotamia.
Sargon was the first empire. He created the first empire.
T: TERRACOTTA WARRIORS
The terracotta warriors were ferice fighters at war. They were statues too.
Ur was a city in Mesopotamia located on the right side of the Tigris River.
In Mesopotamia they had villages in every city- state.
Wagons helped carrie things easier. They made them with an invention called the wheel.
X: EXTRA WEAPONS
They needed extra weapons in Mesopotamia to fight back easier I think.
Yahveh was a city in Mesopotamia.
A ziggurat was a large temple that kings lived in.
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