Between the valleys
Between the rivers
Between the deserts
Between the mesas
Between the seas
A Mesopotamian stepped temple
A market place and political center
A temple priest
A and B
A and C
All must obey and serve the gods
Women must obey men
Men are the leaders of government, religion, and individual households
Men and women get married in their early teens
Both A and B
Both B and C
None of the above
A city with its own government
A city with its own military
A city with its own laws
A city that is essentially a small independent country
All of the above
The earliest known written code of laws
The writing system developed by Babylonians
A Mesopotamian law code that emphasizes the principle of retribution ("an eye for an eye")
A collection of 282 laws wherein punishments were equal regardless of social class
A and C
A and D
Institutions of power such as governments and religions
Their attitudes and beliefs were affected by the geography and environment.
Mesopotamians had a positive outlook on nature.
They were polytheistic.
They believed that life was unpredictable and full of dispair.
They believed that the gods were trustworthy and existed to help humans through tough times.
Mesopotamians believed in one god, who ruled over the entire universe.
A city that functions as an independent country.
The basic unit of Sumerian civilization.
A city that gains economic and political control over the surrounding countryside.
All of the above.
B and C only.