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Sumer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Origin of name. The term "Sumerian" is the common name given to the ancient non-Semitic inhabitants of Mesopotamia, Sumer, by the Semitic Akkadians.

Sumer -- Ancient History Encyclopedia

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Sumer was the southernmost region of ancient Mesopotamia (modern-day Iraq and Kuwait) which is generally considered the cradle of civilization. The name comes from ...

Sumer | ancient region, Iraq | Britannica.com

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Sumer, diorite statue with Sumerian inscription Archives Photographiques site of the earliest known civilization, located in the southernmost part of Mesopotamia ...

An Introduction to Sumer in Ancient History

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Civilization is said to have started in Sumer -- the land between the two rivers, the Tigris and the Euphrates.

Ancient Sumer History in Mesopotamia

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The Ancient History of Sumer in Mesopotamia ... Table of Contents = Civilizations - Cultures - Areas - Regions - Prehistory

Sumer | Define Sumer at Dictionary.com

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noun 1. an ancient region in southern Mesopotamia that contained a number of independent cities and city-states of which the first were established possibly as early ...

SUMERIAN CIVILIZATION - Powering Silicon Valley

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Sumer. The Sumerian civilization emerged upon the flood plain of the lower reaches of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers about 4000 B.C. The social structure of the ...

Sumer - definition of Sumer by The Free Dictionary

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Su·mer (so͞o′mər) An ancient country of southern Mesopotamia in present-day southern Iraq. Archaeological evidence dates the beginnings of Sumer to the fifth ...

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Summer is the hottest of the four temperate seasons, falling between spring and autumn. At the summer solstice, the days are longest and the nights are shortest, with ...