mud brick walls
Their water source is the Euphrates River.
Most people in the Mesopotamia civilization live in very small boxlike houses, but some wealthier people can afford two story houses.
They had small one story buildings as houses. Usually the wealthy people had two story buildings and a small courtyard.
In the Mesopotamian Civilization they did not use a set form of money. Instead they bartered for goods and services.
Mud walls and ox driven plows
One of the characteristics of Mesopotamia is the mudbrick walls and dirt roads they used to travel on.
They sacrificed animals to their god.
In mesopotamia they would train ox to plow the fields for them.
They used gold to make lavish helmets and daggers.
One characteristic of the Mesopatamian Civilizaztion is the irrigation system and the way that they use Ox's as a way to plant fields for the crops.
One characteristic of the Mesopotamian civilization is their ziggaurats
The people of Mesopotamia were very handy because they created an irrigation system and they used mud brick walls for houses.
In Mesopotamia priests and rulers wielded power.
They dug irrigation ditches from the Tigris and Euphrates rivers leading to their towns.
Merchants, artists, and laborers.
It was a flood plain between two rivers. The Euphrates and tigris.
Mud walls with water source in the river.
They used animals like Ox to preform hard task and labor.
Life was very simple. They traded goods for other goods instead of buying products.
Their food surpluses kept their economy thriving
The belif of the zaggurt.
Gets water source from Euphrates River
In the Mesopotamian civilization they had mud walls.
Mesopotamia often used mud brick walls for architecture. They also used animals to plow their fields.
Artisans gained money buy using their skills to make ornaments and jewelry.