Did Ancient Mesopotamians Believe in an Afterlife?

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Ancient Mesopotamians believe in afterlife, in that they conceptualized the universe as a sphere. They believe that one half occupied by the living, and the other by the dead. Graves were thought to be the gates to the Underworld.
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