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having cities, a gov, and workers are civilization
not an invention by early Mesopotamia gun powder
some who was supposed to write a scribe
a building for every one is a cuneiform
most early civs were located near water
a person who makes stuff is called a artisan
Sumer Babylon and Assyria are examples of city states
the Tigris and Euphrates are rivers
where are the Mesopotamia the middle east
today what country would you find in Mesopotamia turkey
today Mesopotamia has a lot of conflict because of religion
another name for Mesopotamia the fertile crescent
the Hebrews were know to be the first to have only 1 god
the Phoenicians are famous for making the alphabet
what religion did not start in Mesopotamia Christianity
a legacy is something left behind
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