Tagged: Mesopotamia


You will be Amazed by Knowing the Schooling Tablet of Ancient Mesopotamia

It is very amazing to know that ancient Sumerian people had a well-established schooling system and ample record in terms of clay tablets has been discovered

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A 4000 Years Old Sumerian Tablet – Oldest Proof of Literary Catalog

Literary Catalog clay tablet is a great example of “Need as the mother of invention”. By 2000 B.C Sumerian people wrote so many tablets that were difficult to maintain.


How Cuneiform Script was Deciphered? The Answer is Behistun Inscription

The key to the decipherment of the Egyptian hieroglyphics was given by the Rosetta Stone. In the case of the cuneiform languages, travelers had noticed a number of inscriptions sculptured on rocks in Persia which is called Behistun Inscription


You will be Surprised by Knowing the Visa process in Mesopotamia

Text on clay tablets took information about myths, fables, essays, hymns, proverbs, epic poetry, laws, plants, and business. The authenticity between trade was also managed through tablets and cuneiform. You will be Surprised by Knowing the Visa process in Mesopotamia


These Fogotten Ancient Burial Rituals are Worth to Know

Burial or interment is a method of final disposition wherein a dead person or animal is placed into the ground, sometimes with objects


How Was Authenticity Maintained Between Trades in Ancient Mesopotamia?

A bulla is a sphere shaped clay object which was used to carry clay tokens of the commercial trades to maintain the authenticity of the trade.



Babylon was a key kingdom in ancient Mesopotamia from the 18th to the 6th centuries BC.

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The Oldest Known Customer Complaint Found on Mesopotamia’s Clay Tablet [1750 BC]

Clay tablets are the archive of the ancient history of Mesopotamia. Probably the very first customer complaint of ancient times

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