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At some point in time, you might have thought of doing something which the coming generations would remember. The same way our ancient civilisations not only did so but also succeeded in their doings. Sumerians of ancient Mesopotamia were the birth givers to so many things that are a part of our daily life today. The World owes an innumerable number of discoveries to the most innovative civilisation of Sumerians. Starting from the invention of what most of us hate the most, i.e. mathematics to the instruments of weaponry, they brought it all. So let’s dig in further to know what wonders have their minds did. 1. Fabrication of Copper Copper was the earliest non-precious metal that came to use by the Sumerians. Somewhere in [&hellip

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The ancient Egyptian civilization has its roots in approximately 3000 BC. It lasted until 30 BC when it became part of the Roman Empire. The duration itself shows that the civilization was provided with all the necessary things, such as natural environment and the river Nile, water, fish, fertile soil, plants, but also with rich architecture. Building the pyramids had to include measurements, materials, mathematics etc. When we speak about Egypt, many things could come to your mind. First, the beauty of Cleopatra. Or maybe the glorious mask of Tutankhamun. Some of you think about the pictorial writing system known as hieroglyphs, which they used. They were found carved and written on many different surfaces such as papyrus, stone, wood etc. As you can see, [&hellip

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Mesopotamians were very religious kind of people. Owing to their multiple civilizations, they had same deities with different identities and names. For example- Ishtar, the Goddess of Procreation was known as Inanna among the Sumerian people. Similar to her were other goddesses as well. Throwing some light upon the Mesopotamian mythology here is a list describing different Goddess that made to the Mesopotamian pantheon. 1. Ereshkigal or Irkalla- The Goddess of  the Underworld In Sumerian mythology, she was considered as the queen of the land of the dead. She is called as Irkalla in the same way Hades is called in Greek Mythology as both the ruler and its territory of the underworld. In the pieces of literature, she is known to be Ninkigal which means [&hellip

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Rome has been a subject of mystical stories relating to its origination and legendary Gods. These have been represented in the works of visual arts and literature. Ovid has been the master of giving the Latin myths and legends a physical form. Romans have always believed in supernatural elements which are reflected in their beliefs. Heroism is considered to be the most common and important theme in these stories. The legends deal with the power of morality and politics. From founding myths to the legends of divine law, Rome has them all. Here is a list of some famous mythological and legendary stories which you must have a look upon. 1.The story of Romulus and Remus According to Roman Mythology, the story of these twin brothers [&hellip

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The Ancient Greek events have played a significant role in framing the groundwork of Classical and Modern Greece. The Archaic period in Greece saw different political and geographical developments. The greatest war of all the times; the Trojan War, the composition of earliest surviving Greek literature; The Iliad and The Odyssey, the invention of Olympic games, and many such events circumscribe the boundaries of ancient Greece. The flurry of development of the Archaic Era was followed by the period of maturity known as “Classical Greece”. Where the events in the Archaic time were purely artistic, the Classical Era moved towards a more naturalistic approach. Listed below are some major events which throw light upon the structures, developments, and tragedies that took place in the bygone age of Greece. 1. Beginning of  Mycenaean Period- 1600 [&hellip

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