From left to right we have a slave a farmer a middle class man a priestess and nobility. I decided to do a brief description of each of their daily lives.
In this image it shows the average day for a slave or farmer in Mesopotamia. A slave would spend most of their day working on any sorts of jobs that the city needed and would not work in the greatest of conditions. Standing above him we see the farming overseeing the work being done on his farm and helping grow his crops as well.
This is the middle class man in Mesopotamia. He spends his day in his average home making pots to hold water or whatever needs to be held. He lives a relatively good life.
The priest of the village would spend most of their days worshiping the gods and holding ceremonies and special events for the people of the village and educate them on their many gods. As well as lead people through prayer and bless things.
The nobility would basically just live comfortable lives without doing much work and were often largely responsible for decision making since they were so powerful.
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