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  • This is the Mesopotamian age. around 3500 BC. Everything here was calm and a quiet age with barely and infrastructure, and every civilization known at this time formed near rivers. There was no running water, power or AC.
  • This is the Mesopotamian age around 1500 BC, and this is the middle class. As you can see we have more infrastructure and more better built houses. We now have ways to cook our food.
  • This is the upper class. Houses are better built and can withstand stronger things. Even the people are better dressed.
  • Lower Class- More poor and don't have a lot of money; no AC or doors on house. They have to hunt for food. This establishment started along a river. They also don't have a running water source. (3500 BC)
  • This is where civilization was becoming more modern. More houses with protection are getting built. More people are also building houses along Mesopotamia.
  • Middle Class- Average and has decent money, and doors for protection; they hunt or occasionally cook; more things than lower class (1500 BC)
  • This is where things get bad. Not to long after this time wars started braking out all across the world, which could impact society. But on the other hand, Electricity was created at about this time.
  • Upper Class- Rich with a lot of money; lots of doors, and more than likely their food is cooked and is brought to them and they have more things than lower and middle class (1000-0 BC)
  • This is the world currently. Civilization has done a lot over the years and this is where it gets us. Places like India, China, Mesopotamia, Egypt and a lot more have evolved to become modern. Kind of h]funny how those countries originated over 4,000 years ago or more. This shows you how long people have been around and the accomplishments they have done over the years.
  • This is about what Mesopotamia would look like around 1400-1500 AD. Most buildings looked like this in most places in the world at around this time in desert areas. Electricity still wasn't a thing and I'm sure running water wasn't either.
  • Around the 1600-1700's places were starting to look like this. Mainly everywhere in the world had these kinds if buildings or at least the building format of this. Even America had structures looking like this at around this time.
  • This is probably what current Mesopotamia looks like now. There are still historic monuments of the early ages of Mesopotamia, just like here in the U.S. 90% of the world has these big skyscrapers and buildings with running water with electricity, AC, windows, places to wash your clothes, and cars, planes, and trains for transportation and many more. It looks nothing like the early civilizations of Mesopotamia.
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