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    Below there's a quote:

    Perhaps the most striking feature of Mesopotamian [the larger
    area which Sumer was a part of ] social structure at all periods is
    the apparent lack of other than economic stratification. Society
    fell basically into two groups, those who owned the means of
    production, especially property in land, and those dependent on

    1. Does it mean that Sumer occupied larger part of Mesopotamia?
    2. Does "means of production" mean that for example they had tools to produce something?
    3. Does it mean that their property was land? Land was their property?


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    Re: quote


    I am not a teacher, in this period of history Sumer is one part in th south of the country.

    I agree with about the meaning of your three quotes.



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