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Why did city states in Sumer fight each other?
Last Updated: 31st July, 2021
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Considering this, why did city states fight each other for farmland?
Each city-state wanted to haveenoughfarmland to grow food. The amount of land controlledbyeach city-state depended onitspopulation.
Likewise, what Made Sumer a civilization? Whenever the Sumerian civilization wasfirstestablished in the region, by 3600 BCE they had invented thewheel,writing, the sail boat, agricultural processes such asirrigation,and the concept of the city (though China and India alsolay claimto `the first cities' in the world).
In this regard, why do historians call the cities of Sumer city states?
The Sumerians also dug moats outsidecitywalls to help prevent enemies from entering theircities.The walled cities of Sumer were likeindependent countries.Historians call themcity-states. By about3000 B.C.E., mostSumerians lived incity-states.
How did geography influence the city states of Sumer?
Fertile land attracted farmers to the area. The needtocooperate for irrigation and flood control led people toformcity-states with strong governments.Sumeriansbelieved that gods helped protectthecity-state.