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Sumerian religion was the religion practiced and adhered to by the people of Sumer, the first literate civilization of ancient Mesopotamia. The Sumerians regarded their divinities as responsible for all matters pertaining to the natural and social orders.: 3–4

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Mesopotamian Religion. The cultures of Mesopotamia had a polytheistic belief system, which means that the people believed in multiple gods instead of just one. They also believed in demons created by the gods, which could be good or evil.

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Ancient Mesopotamian Beliefs in the Afterlife. Fundraiser: Server Costs 2019. ... With this in mind, however, cultural continuity between the Sumerian civilization and its successors allows a synthesis of diverse sources in order to provide a working introduction to Mesopotamian concepts of the afterlife.

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A group of Semitic people called the Akkadians settled north of Sumer along the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers. The Akkadians adopted very quickly the culture, religion, and writing of the more advanced Sumerians who had preceded them. In 2371 BCE, Sargon I seized the throne of Kish and gradually conquered all the city-states of Akkad.

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What Was the Sumerian Religion? ... The Sumerians might have been the first people to record their beliefs, which influenced later religions and cultures. The Sumerians believed the universe consisted of a flat earth surrounded by salt water and covered by the closed dome of heaven. Every part of this cosmos was controlled by one of many divine ...

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Mesopotamian religion refers to the religious beliefs and practices of the civilizations of ancient Mesopotamia, particularly Sumer, Akkad, Assyria and Babylonia between circa 3500 BC and 400 AD, after which they largely gave way to Syriac Christianity.The religious development of Mesopotamia and Mesopotamian culture in general was not particularly influenced by the movements of the various ...

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But if Mesopotamia was a place of cultural and technological innovation, it was also the site of constant conflict. ... Out in the countryside the old Mesopotamian religion survived until cAD1000 ...

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Sumerian religion refers to the mythology, pantheon, rites and cosmology of the Sumerian civilization. The Sumerian religion influenced Mesopotamian mythology as a whole, surviving in the mythologies and religions of the Hurrians, Akkadians, Babylonians, Assyrians, and other culture groups...

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Mesopotamian religion: Mesopotamian religion, beliefs and practices of the Sumerians and Akkadians, and their successors, the Babylonians and Assyrians, who inhabited ancient Mesopotamia (now in Iraq) in the millennia before the Christian era. These religious beliefs and practices form a single stream of tradition.

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Until the advent of the lugals, Sumerian city states were under a virtually theocratic government controlled by various En or Ensí, who served as the high priests of the cults of the city gods. (Their female equivalents were known as Nin.)Priests were responsible for continuing the cultural and religious traditions of their city-state, and were viewed as mediators between humans and the ...