CMS reference guide to ancient Mesopotamian civilization.
Last Updated: Oct 9, 2014
- University of Chicago:
Compiled information from the University of Chicago about the ancient Mesopotamia, including archaeology, farming, the role of women, literature, mathematics and measurement, art and architecture, prehistory, the first cities, religion, the invention of writing, law and government, science and inventions, and warfare.
- Ancient History Encyclopedia
Explores Mesopotamia as the cradle of civilization, includes detailed information on learning and religion, jobs/roles, buildings and government, legacy and history by age.
- The British Museum
An interactive map of Assyria, Babylonia, and Sumer.
- Live Science
An exploratin of ancient Babylon, its early beginnings, the empire of Hammurabi, the law code of Hammurabi, the Kassite period, wars with Assyria and Elam, Nebuchadnezzar II, Ishtar Gate, the Tower of Babel, and more.
- Mr. Giotto
A summary of information on ancient Mesopotamia divided into multiple sections: the Sumerians, Babylon & Assyria, and the Neo-Babylonia empire and the Hebrews.
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