What are the Discoveries of Mesopotamia?

Answer Mesopotamia is the site of oldest civilization discovered by archaeologists. The first civilization, Sumer, was formed more than 6,000 years ago. The name Mesopotamia means the land between two riv... Read More »

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What Were the Inventions of Mesopotamia?

Mesopotamia was an ancient land in western Asia in what is now part of Iraq. Mesopotamia was home to several advanced cultures, such as the Sumerians and the Assyrians. Historians call Mesopotamia ... Read More »

What is the difference between Ancient Sumer& Mesopotamia?

Sumer was a civilization in the southern region of Mesopotamia. The Sumerians began to settle and create city-states in Mesopotamia between 4000 and 3000 B.C. Historians credit the Sumerians with i... Read More »

What Were the Social Classes in Mesopotamia in Ancient Civilization?

Mesopotamia was located where modern-day Iraq can now be found. The word Mesopotamia is ancient Greek and means "land between two rivers." The civilization in Mesopotamia was ruled by kings and had... Read More »

What Mesopotamia city did the first Dead Sea Scroll come from?

The first Dead Sea Scroll came from Khirbet Qumran, an archaeological dig site on the West Bank (on Wadi Qumran). It was unearthed in 1949. The same cave contained a wide variety of Hebrew texts.So... Read More »