First trips of antiquity Mesopotamia Made by Stasia

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Mesopotamia Mesopotamia

 The process of man's cognition of the world is connected with traveling.  The process of man’s cognition of the world is connected with traveling.

 In the XVII century in the Middle East there have been found clay tablets with In the XVII century in the Middle East there have been found clay tablets with cuneiform inscriptions, confirming the existence of the great centers of world culture — Mesopotamia.

Sumerian cities Sumerian cities

Sumerian cylinder seals  Sumerian cylinder seals

 Sargon the Great Sargon the Great

 Babylon Babylon

 temple of Marduk temple of Marduk

The tower of Babel  The tower of Babel

 the Hanging Gardens of Babylon  the Hanging Gardens of Babylon

 Before the journey people were making rituals and sacrifices.  Before the journey people were making rituals and sacrifices.

 Mesopotamia was low on natural resources and they needed to trade for many of their Mesopotamia was low on natural resources and they needed to trade for many of their day-to-day items. Some of the things they traded were: Grain, Oils and textiles, Wine, Precious metals and stones.

 Money wasn't used to trade goods and services. The Mesopotamians used the barter system instead. Money wasn’t used to trade goods and services. The Mesopotamians used the barter system instead. They developed a writing system to keep track of buying and selling. Scribes kept accurate records of business transactions by writing on clay tablets. Business contracts were sealed with a cylinder wheel.

 Ur, a city-state in Sumer, was a major center for commerce and trade.  Ur, a city-state in Sumer, was a major center for commerce and trade.

 People traveled from some parts of Mesopotamia to completely different regions such as Babylonia, Assyria, People traveled from some parts of Mesopotamia to completely different regions such as Babylonia, Assyria, and Sumeria.

 They also had different means of transport for different types of goods.  They also had different means of transport for different types of goods.

 The Mesopotamians more often traded by sea then by land. Some of their sea-ways of The Mesopotamians more often traded by sea then by land. Some of their sea-ways of transport were rafts, coracles, river boats, and gulf boats.

 The Tigris and Euphrates rivers made transport of goods easy and economical.  The Tigris and Euphrates rivers made transport of goods easy and economical.

 By land, there were only a few possibilities: On foot, by donkey, or by Cart. By land, there were only a few possibilities: On foot, by donkey, or by Cart.

Conclusion Conclusion

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