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The belief in many gods.
Statues that represent people praying to gods.
Sumerian governmental and religious leader.
Mesopotamia temple where the most important gods were worshipped.
The act of turning metal into something new (a new metal object.)
A tinted copper that was expensive in the Mesopotamian times.
A plaque made out of a clay slab with 3D prints made by a clay cylinder.
When someone is forced to work because you assaulted someone, you were captured during the war, you volunteered or someone volunteered you.
Trade one item for another without the use of money; OR to negotiate a lower price.
Multiple groups of wagons traveling together over land to sell goods.
A place where crops grow well.
A flat area that floods regularly each year.
Fine sand or clay carried by running water and deposited as a sediment.
A small stream of river that empties out into a bigger one.
The triangular shape created at the mouth of a river when the river slams into the ocean.
A manmade waterway.
A manmade raised bank on a river to keep the river from flooding.
The system of digging canals to bring river water to the crops.
282 laws written by Hammurabi.
A ruler who has complete control over society (military king).
A ruler who is chosen by god and does god's work (priest king).
A group of states under one ruler.
An ancient Mesopotamian ruler who built the world's greatest empire. (2)
(3) The first ruler of the Babylonian empire (wrote 282 laws).
(1) A ⅓ man, ⅔ god Priest-king in Uruk (c. 2700 BCE). Was the central character in the first study ever written: "The Epic of Gilgamesh."
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