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Transcript of Mesopotamia
The men would go out to work during the day. The most common job would be craftsmen or salesmen. The Mesopotamian craftsmen built stuff like pottery; vases and bowls and plates, furniture and jewellery.
Unlike the 19th century A.D, the women would also work. Only upper-class women could learn to read and write, so most women went to the market to sell goods. Cuneiform written on a sun-baked mud brick Religion The Ziggurat of Ur Buildings thanks for watching!
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