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Think about while you read 5.2…Will you be able to answer these questions<br />What characteristics of civilization will w...
What do we do?<br />Follow these steps to analyze the artifacts from ancient Sumer:<br />1. Roll one of the dice to determ...
The clay tablet relates to this characteristic of civilization because it tells that the Sumerians raised barley.<br />The...
Two improvements in stable food1. Irrigation2. Plow – made of wood  & pull by oxen<br />
The clay tablet relates to this characteristic of civilization because it indicates a class of scribes and workers.<br />T...
Social Structure…where does each profession belong in the pyramid?<br />Farmer <br />King/Government Official<br />Slave<b...
Social Pyramid<br />
Why was the highest class in the center of the city-state?<br />     1. Farmers need to be in their fields<br />     2.  I...
The clay tablet relates to this characteristic of civilization because it shows that government officials distributed grai...
The statue of a married couple relates to this characteristic of civilization because it was found in a shrine and might h...
Meet my friend Anna…she wants to tell you about her religion in Mesopotamia<br />
Polytheism<br />It’s prefix time!!!!<br />Poly – many<br />Theism – gods<br />The belief in many gods<br />
Ziggurat – temple where the Mesopotamians worshipped<br />AKA – Hill of Heaven<br />Mountain of God<br />Over 3,000 Gods<b...
The statue of a married couple relates to this characteristic of civilization because it shows there were sculptors. <br /...
Music<br />Architecture<br />Art <br />Pottery<br />Sculptures <br />Paintings<br />Relief Artwork<br />Metalwork<br />
The copper statue of a chariot relates to this characteristic of civilization because it shows the Sumerians had developed...
The clay tablet relates to this characteristic of civilization because it has writing on it.<br />The stone seal relates t...
Cuneiform – first type of writing<br />Gilgamesh – 1st story ever written down and told<br />
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  1. 1. Think about while you read 5.2…Will you be able to answer these questions<br />What characteristics of civilization will we learn about in this chapter? <br />What everyday objects might be examples of these characteristics?<br />What kinds of things might ancient Sumerians have left behind that could be examples of these characteristics?<br />Let’s make a prediction… on a blank piece of paper, try and answer these ??swith your city-state.<br />
  2. 2. What do we do?<br />Follow these steps to analyze the artifacts from ancient Sumer:<br />1. Roll one of the dice to determine which characteristic of civilization you will read about. If you have already read this section, roll again.<br />2. Read the corresponding section in Chapter 5 of History Alive! The Ancient World.<br />3. Carefully examine the artifacts posted around the room and read the accompanying archeologist’s notes. Find as many artifacts as possible that are examples of the characteristic of civilization you just read about.<br />4. Complete the corresponding section of your Reading Notes. For each artifact you choose, remember to make a simple sketch and to complete the sentence about how it relates to that characteristic of civilization.<br />5. Bring your Reading Notes to your teacher to be checked. Then start over at Step 1.<br />
  3. 3. The clay tablet relates to this characteristic of civilization because it tells that the Sumerians raised barley.<br />The stone seal showing plowing relates to this characteristic of civilization because it shows Sumerians preparing fields.<br />Stable Food Supply<br />
  4. 4. Two improvements in stable food1. Irrigation2. Plow – made of wood & pull by oxen<br />
  5. 5. The clay tablet relates to this characteristic of civilization because it indicates a class of scribes and workers.<br />The clay seal of the king appointing a governor relates to this characteristic of civilization because it shows a government class.<br />The statue of a chariot relates to this characteristic of civilization because it shows a military class.<br />The gold cup relates to this characteristic of civilization because it indicates a craftsperson and an upper class.<br />The lyre relates to this characteristic of civilization because it indicates a craftsperson and an upper class that is entertained by music.<br />Social Structure<br />
  6. 6. Social Structure…where does each profession belong in the pyramid?<br />Farmer <br />King/Government Official<br />Slave<br />Merchant<br />Fisherman<br />Priest<br />Craftsperson<br />
  7. 7. Social Pyramid<br />
  8. 8. Why was the highest class in the center of the city-state?<br /> 1. Farmers need to be in their fields<br /> 2. If they were attacked the poor die first and the rich have time to react <br />
  9. 9. The clay tablet relates to this characteristic of civilization because it shows that government officials distributed grain.<br />The clay seal relates to this characteristic of civilization because it indicates there were governors and a king.<br />The copper statue of a chariot relates to this characteristic of civilization because it shows there was an army.<br />The statue of a king carrying a basket relates to this characteristic of civilization because it illustrates there was a king.<br />The lyre relates to this characteristic of civilization because it indicates there was a queen.<br />Government<br />
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  11. 11. The statue of a married couple relates to this characteristic of civilization because it was found in a shrine and might have been a gift to the gods.<br />The statue of a king carrying a basket relates to this characteristic of civilization because it indicates that one of the king’s duties was to build temples.<br />The stone seal relates to this characteristic of civilization because it shows two gods.<br />Religion<br />
  12. 12. Meet my friend Anna…she wants to tell you about her religion in Mesopotamia<br />
  13. 13. Polytheism<br />It’s prefix time!!!!<br />Poly – many<br />Theism – gods<br />The belief in many gods<br />
  14. 14. Ziggurat – temple where the Mesopotamians worshipped<br />AKA – Hill of Heaven<br />Mountain of God<br />Over 3,000 Gods<br />
  15. 15. The statue of a married couple relates to this characteristic of civilization because it shows there were sculptors. <br />The gold cup relates to this characteristic of civilization because it shows there were skilled Metalworkers. <br />The statue of a king carrying a basket relates to this characteristic of civilization because it shows they had metalworkers and architects for the temples.<br />The lyre relates to this characteristic of civilization because it shows Sumerians had music.<br />http://www.historylink101.com/lessons/art_history_lessons/mesopotamian_art_lesson.htm<br />The Arts<br />
  16. 16. Music<br />Architecture<br />Art <br />Pottery<br />Sculptures <br />Paintings<br />Relief Artwork<br />Metalwork<br />
  17. 17. The copper statue of a chariot relates to this characteristic of civilization because it shows the Sumerians had developed the wheel.<br />Technology<br />
  18. 18. The clay tablet relates to this characteristic of civilization because it has writing on it.<br />The stone seal relates to this characteristic of civilization because it has writing on it.<br />The statue of a king carrying a basket relates to this characteristic of civilization because it has writing on it.<br />The clay seal relates to this characteristic of civilization because it has writing on it.<br />Writing<br />
  19. 19. Cuneiform – first type of writing<br />Gilgamesh – 1st story ever written down and told<br />
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