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"Fertile Crescent" or "Cradle of Civilization"

Sargon

Paleolithic

Iraq

Assyrians

trade

Neolithic

Primary Sources

historians

plow

Secondary Sources

Neolithic

Cuneiform

360 degrees

irrigation

hot and dry

Tigris and Euphrates

wheel

Chaldeans

atlas

Gilgamesh

archaeologists

Neolithic

Paleolithic

Hammurabi

Sumeran writing

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

buy and sell goods and spread ideas around the world

The hero in an ancient Sumerian epic

A book of maps.

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

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

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

Studies artifacts and fossils to help them understand the past.

Biographies Encyclopedias History Books

fierce warriors who controlled Mesopotamia 1000 years after Hammurabi

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

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

People who study about the human past.

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

Sumerians invented this idea used to measure a circle

The climate of Mesopotamia

Nickname for Mesopotamia

Present day country where Mesopotamia once was

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

hunted animals, gathered, nuts, berries, and grains

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

diaries letters journals photos

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

Leader of the Akkadians who established the first empire


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Nickname for Mesopotamia

"Fertile Crescent" or "Cradle of Civilization"

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

Tigris and Euphrates

The climate of Mesopotamia

hot and dry

Present day country where Mesopotamia once was

Iraq

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

irrigation

The hero in an ancient Sumerian epic

Gilgamesh

fierce warriors who controlled Mesopotamia 1000 years after Hammurabi

Assyrians

Leader of the Akkadians who established the first empire

Sargon

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

Hammurabi

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

Chaldeans

Sumerians invented this idea used to measure a circle

360 degrees

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

plow

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

wheel

Sumeran writing

Cuneiform

buy and sell goods and spread ideas around the world

trade

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

Neolithic

hunted animals, gathered, nuts, berries, and grains

Paleolithic

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

Paleolithic

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

Neolithic

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

Neolithic

diaries letters journals photos

Primary Sources

People who study about the human past.

historians

Studies artifacts and fossils to help them understand the past.

archaeologists

A book of maps.

atlas

Biographies Encyclopedias History Books

Secondary Sources