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Uruk – The first recorded city in History

Uruk was an ancient city in Sumer and later Babylonia. At one time it was the most important city in ancient Mesopotamia. It was situated in the southern region of Sumer (modern day Warka, Iraq), to the northeast of the Euphrates river. Thousands of clay tablets dug up in the ruins of what used to be the great city of Uruk show that it was indeed a religious and scientific center. It was here, according to Archaeology Magazine, that the the world’s oldest texts were written. Entrance of Uruk The writing system known as cuniform, a series of wedge-shaped symbols pressed into wet clay using reeds, was developed around 3200 B.C. by Sumerian scribes in Uruk. The mythological Sumerian

History To Know

History is something which should always be remembered. In the given time we are busy building our future. Here we are to help you remember the past and know what you need to know.

History teaches us valuable lessons about human nature, and it also helps people learn to abandon incorrect assumptions.

“People without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots” – Marcus Garvey

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