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sides from Sumerian civilization


shema majid al habubi
center of revival and Arabian
university of Baghdad

suhad ali a.hussain


university of al qadisiya
college of education

An ancient iraq man lived under sever shadow which led


him to be creative for providing instruments that ables him to
keep his life with who are near to him, this matter led to appear
humanity civilization.
This civilization left its effects on world that is named
Sumerian.
And writing is a great in venation from this period. Astudy is
about (sides from Sumerian civilization), on the way of
invention writing until it arrived to cuneiform writing.
It also contained some literary sides as wisdoms, hymning
until usage of literature in political sides.
In addition to mention the most important literary works
and kinds adding some Sumerian proverbs to them containing
all special styles of man which are close to daily, humanity life.

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