An object made or used by people in the past.
Before written history.
Relating to a ceremony, such as a religious ceremony.
A scientist who studies human development and culture.
A dead body.
A two footed animal.
To move from one geographic region to another.
A piece of land connecting two continents.
To train a wild animal to be useful to humans.
The business of farming.
The business of buying and selling or exchanging items.
A mineral for its valuable uses.
A means of supplying land with water.
Ancient people who lived in the geographic region of Sumer.
A wall of earth built to prevent a river from flooding its banks.
The way a civilization is organized.
The use of tools and other inventions for practical purposes.
A two-wheeled vehicle pulled by a horse.
A person who writes.
An ancient Mesopotamian temple tower.
An upside-down U- or V- shaped structure that supports weight above it, as in a doorway.
Writing that uses wedge-shaped characters.
A symbol that stands for an object.
A city that is the center of government.
Wealth sent from one country or ruler to another as the sign that the other is superior.
A military blockade and attack on a city force it to surrender.
A pipe of channel that brings water from distant places.
A sculpture in which the image projects out from a flat surface.
The study of stars and planets.