The Mesopotamia lifestyle
The life of the Mesopotamian people were very civilized
Trade and Transport Mesopotamia was a region which did not have many natural resources. Therefore, the people who lived there needed to trade with neighbors countries in order to acquire the resources they needed to live.Grain, oils and textiles were taken from Babylonia to foreign cities and exchanged for timber, wine, precision metals and stones. In addition, merchants from other countries traveled to Babylonia to exchange their goods.Merchants used several different methods for transporting their goods depending on what they were transporting. For example, grain was quite bulky and was best transported on a boat, whereas precious stones were likely to be small, so they could be transported on foot or by donkey.Join a merchant while he makes a journey to trade his goods in a foreign city.
That's what Babylonia looked like a long time ago.
is the most famous city from ancient Mesopotamia whose ruins lie in modern-day Iraq.