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The Decline of Ancient Mesopotamian Civilization

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by Xina Uhl
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The Decline of Ancient Mesopotamian Civilization by Xina Uhl

It may be hard to wrap one's head around how such a thriving people as the ancient Mesopotamians could fall. This volume offers readers a detailed overview of how this complex and intriguing people declined from their previous prosperity. Readers will journey through the ebb and flow of the civilization, taking in information about the various factors that ultimately worked against them. The text explains the natural causes, such as drought, the structural issues, and invasions that led to the downfall of a civilization that nevertheless offers a lasting legacy.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 48
Size: 13.4 MB
Publisher: Rosen Young Adult
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781477789339 (DRM-PDF)

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