The Sumerian religion encompassed the beliefs, mythology and rites of the ancient civilization of Sumer in southern Mesopotamia. Practitioners of the religion worshipped a pantheon of gods and devised a creation story th... More »

The Episcopal religion is the North American branch of the Anglican church and has existed in the United States since the 1700s. Episcopalians share the Anglican structure of a bishop-led structure. More » World View Religion Christianity

Those who practice the Zuni religion believe that everything in the universe is sacred, and through their religious practices, they can maintain a sense of harmony and balance within the universe. Conversely, followers o... More » World View Religion

The main responsibilities of Sumerian kings during the ancient Mesopotamian civilization include religious rituals, domestic affairs of state, military affairs, law creation, administrative leadership and execution of ju... More »

Sumerian houses were made of mudbrick, a kind of mud plaster mixture, and had wooden doors, one central room and a courtyard. The front of a house, the part that was seen from the public street, was almost featureless. A... More »

The Sumerian civilization formed around 4000 B.C. and disappeared in 2000 B.C. The Sumerians settled in the fertile regions surrounding the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. They established communities in structured city-sta... More »

Ancient Sumerian pottery is clay crockery that was created by the inhabitants of Mesopotamia between 5000 and 2000 B.C. Among the most commonly produced products were plates, jugs and other kitchenware. The Sumerians are... More »