have into Greek thought and life are the worksattributed to the poets Hesiod and Homer. Both states also needed to develop a recording system to keep track of their goods, the Sumerians being famous as the first people (so far as we know) to have developed a written language called Sumerian. By this date, Mesopotamian states also had a regular postal system at their service. A reconstruction of a Sumerian ziggurat (tty) Constructing these great buildings demanded high level design and engineering skills.
The Greek poet Hesiod is believed to have lived around 700 BCE and the two major works attributed to him are the Works and Days and the Theogony.
Mesopotamia was undoubtedly influential to Ancient, greece.
With both of them originating around the Mediterranean, it s no surprise that the two of them interacted through trade, leading to cultural similarities.
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The Religion in Ancient Greece
In The Early Times of Greece, and Rome
Comparsion of Mesopotamia and Egypt
1792-49 : King, hammurabi of Babylon conquers a large empire. It was viewed as being the household of the patron god which meant, in practice, that the temple had an immense degree of control over economic activity. Mesopotamian civilization deeply influenced societies in Syria, Palestine and Egypt. Today, the rivers unite before they empty into the Persian Gulf, but in ancient times the sea came much further inland, and they flowed into it as two separate streams. This involved a sound understanding of the properties of different herbs and minerals. If that common culture includes important contributions from the Greeks, then by necessity it also includes contributions from earlier Eastern civilizations which in turn influenced the Greeks. Appeals could be made to the king. The second, Pythian, section of the Hymn contains a number of themes with strong parallels from the MesopotamianNinurta and Marduk myths1:1. The remains of such structures have long since perished, but carvings depict them, and many people in modern Iraq live in similar houses. This meant not just tending the gods sanctuaries and burning incense at their altars, it meant feeding them and providing them with all their material needs. They had rights and duties as citizens, they could act as witnesses in court, and they could own property.