The University of Chicago offers copious materials for teaching and learning about ancient Mesopotamia. It lets us remember this part of the world is considered the birthplace of agriculture and writing, profoundly influencing the way all of us live.


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  1. Anon says:

    Hi! I love this site. Actually I hate it. Improve it. Put some more sponsors on it, more exciting adds. I love the Potter 08 Weasley one. Anyways, I am Anonoymous, so don’t bother asking who I am. Clue: I go to Berkshire Elementary School in Guildford, Surrey.

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