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Transcript of mesopotamia
farming. The man was usually the head of the family. This is a statue of a
Mesopotamian male. Food Trade Art & architecture Fashion Mesopotamia was an area that had a good amount of natural resources. Materials such as grains, oils, textiles and barley were taken from Babylonia to foreign cities and exchanged for timber, wine and precious metals and stones. The Mesopotamia's ate bread and porridge as their main meal. Some of the meats they ate are doves, gazelles, chickens, cows and more. They enjoyed eating apples, pears, grapes and lots more fruits. Normal people are two meals a day while rich people ate three meals daily. This is a model of a woman in the upper class In Ancient Mesopotamia Woman had the right to own her own property and have a job They played music and had drums and had a seven stringed harp. Mesopotamia's also had a board game!!! "Hurrian Hymn No. 6," The seven stringed harp Women wore sewn outfits covered with tiers of fringe. Both men and women wore skirts and shawls which would be decorated with simple boarder patterns or all over patterns. Men waste string or small lined cloth which rarely covered them. An example of an art in Mesopotamia is the Ashante tool. An example of architecture is the tower of Babel which was made out of well baked brick. The rich lived in large homes, and the poor lived in smaller homes, but nobody lived in huts. Ancient Mesopotamia was usually very hot. About 43.33. Degrees Celsius or 110 Fahrenheit. Even though there was only a moderate amount of rainfall the plants seem to grow well because of the daily floods. Location and Climate credits By: Gavin, Tiyajah, and Amreen !! This is a model of an Ancient Mesopotamian princesses jewelery Prezi.com Mesopotamia by social studies, Prezi.com mesopotaia by baboo singh, Life in ancient Mesopotamia by shilpa Mehta Jones, Prezi.com by tiegen derksen, Ancienthistory.about.com Ancient Civilizations Mesopotamia, Author: Eve Bargall`o, Passport to the past Mesopotamia Author: Lorna Oakes, Lives in Ancient Mesopotamia, Author: Shilpa Mehta Jones , Mesopotamia
for kids, Early Mesopotamia/ by: Eva Bargallo, Step into… Mesopotamia / by: Lorna Oakes , Ancient Mesopotamia/ by: Harjas , Dictionary.com, Civilizations: Mesopotamia :Process Glossary Farmers Babel: an ancient city in the land of Shinar in which the building of a tower (Tower of Babel)
Babylonia: an ancient empire in SW Asia, in the lower Euphrates valley: its greatest period was 2800—1750 b.c. Capital Babylon.
Euphrates: river in the southwest Asia
Oryx: a large African antelope, Oryx gazelle, grayish with black markings and having long, nearly straight horns: an endangered species.
Tier: a layer;
Cuneiform: a type of writing that is slim and triangular or it is in a square shape.
Pictogram: a story told with photos
Ventilation: the circulation of air
Burial: placing things in the ground
Moderate: Kept or keeping reasonable or proper limits not extreme, a moderate price, moderate rainfall.
Dominated: In this case dominated means covered or fill, full with something. Mesopotamia was once dominated with floods.