Mesopotamia's believed in polytheism they worshiped gods.
The working class and the enslaved
The social pyramid of Mesopotamia the pharaoh and those associated with divinity were at the top, and servants and slaves made up the bottom. The Mesopotamian's also elevated some human beings to gods. Their leaders, called pharaohs, were believed to be gods in human form. They had absolute power over their subjects.
The role of Women
Religious and political power over lapped in Mesopotamia city-states .The kings was powerful politically because Mesopotamian believed the king received his power from the gods.
Even the working class in Mesopotamia were divided Merchants S artisans and the scribes held a higher and more powerful place in society that the farmers did.
Womens roles in society were strictly defined as a daughter or wife and mother. Women usually did not learn to read or write Instead, girls were prepared for their future roes as wife's and mothers.
The earliest group of city-states that developed between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers called a Sumner. Each city-state in Summer was independent. The king of a city-state ruled over the city and the farmland that city and the farmland that surrounded it.