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Nickname for Mesopotamia



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Two rivers in Mesopotamia that contributed to the fertile nature of the soil



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The climate of Mesopotamia



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Present day country where Mesopotamia once was



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developed to divert water from the rivers into the dry desert land to water crops



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The hero in an ancient Sumerian epic



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fierce warriors who controlled Mesopotamia 1000 years after Hammurabi



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Leader of the Akkadians who established the first empire



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Developed history's first Code of Law "An eye for an eye"



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Led by Nebuckadnezzar, rebuilt the city of Babylon and made it the world's richest and largest city.



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sumerians invented this idea used to measure a circle



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used to dig for planting, this invention is still important today



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one of the most important sumerian inventions, this is still used today to transport people and goods



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Sumeran writing



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buy and sell goods and spread ideas around the world



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Art consisted of pottery, objects carved from wood, shelters, tombs.



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hunted animals, gathered, nuts, berries, amd grains



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Advancements were making fire, creating a language, makimg simple tools and shelters



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Women cared for children and did household tasks, men herded, farmed, and protected the village



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Made mud-brick houses and places of worthip; specialized in jobs; used copper and bronze to make tools



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diaries letters journals photos



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People who study about the human past.



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Studies artifacts and fossils to help them understand the past.



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A good of maps.



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Biographies Encyclopedias History Books



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"Fertile Crescent" or "Cradle of Civilization"

Tigris and Euphrates

hot and dry

Iraq

irrigation

Gilgamesh

Assyrians

Sargon

Hammurabi

Chaldeans

360 degrees

plow

wheel

Cuneiform

trade

Neolithic

Paleolithic

Paleolithic

Neolithic

Neolithic

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historians

archaeologists

atlas

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