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    4-icon (Middle East).png Sumerball was a summer place the first urban civilizationball ever. It also was the first stronkest civilizationball, but then Ancient Egypt-icon.png Egyptball took it's place. It is an ancestor of Iraq-icon.png Iraqball and Kuwait-icon.png Kuwaitball. it loves summer

    It wasn't a single countryball, but was rather divided between many small city-stateballs.

    History[edit | edit source]

    ~4000 BC[edit | edit source]

    Long ago, in Mesopotamia, people started building advanced settlements, in between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. These people were known as the Sumerians. They invented writing and taxes.

    City-States emerge[edit | edit source]

    After 1000 years, in ~3000 BC, city states such as Uruk and Ur emerge. The former has a canal, walls and monumental temples called Ziggurats. Initially, the priests ruled the temples because they were able to communicate with the gods. The gods back then were thought to be responsible for things such as floods, diseases and droughts, so the people don’t wanna make them angry or they will get fucked.

    Cities[edit | edit source]

    4-icon (Middle East).png Sumerball was known for making the first cityballs ever.

    Predynastic and major cityballs:

    Major and minor cityballs:

    Minor cities:

    • Kuaraball
    • Zabalaball
    • Kisurraball
    • Maradball
    • Dilbatball
    • Borsippaball
    • Kuthaball
    • Derball
    • Eshnunnaball
    • Nuggarball

    How to draw[edit | edit source]

    All the ancient Middle Eastern countryballs are based on Sumerball:

    1. Color the basic circle shape of this colour
    2. Add two horizontal purple stripes frimbriated of green
    3. Draw the cuneiform script for Sumers in the centre using black
    4. Draw the eyes and you've finished.

    Gallery[edit | edit source]

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