What was the culture of Mesopotamia?

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The culture of the Mesopotamians evolved around the belief in a number of gods which meant that they were monotheistic. They got power from Ziggurats and enabled them to worship their gods. Mesopotamia is a term used to refer to the the area of the Tigris–Euphrates river system, extending to Iraq and northeastern Syria, southeastern Turkey and minor chunks of southwestern Iran.
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Greeks and Turks, and in the olden days the Ottomans.
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They had a polytheism, belief in many gods.
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The domestication of animals, and indeed plants, led to a change in the way people lived their lives. Villages were established when nomadic peoples settled in one place to farm their
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read this http://www.wsu.edu/~dee/MESO/MESOPOT.HTM
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