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Horses—which first start to arrive from the Asian steppes in about 2000 BCE—are also an important commodity. Merchants travel between cities in caravans—often with armed guards to protect them from bandits—and local agents act as brokers. Goods are traded in their silver value and trade is so profitable that merchants can receive as much as 100 percent return on their investment. 51 LIVING IN ANCIENT MESOPOTAMIA Making New Laws First Ur-Nammu and then, 300 years later, Hammurabi change the lives of ordinary people forever through their codes defining the laws of the land.
And if the guests have any energy left after the meal, they can enjoy a board game. 2300 BCE As wars become more common between the city-states, lugals keep power for longer periods and eventually for life. From about 2900 lugals have become kings. They stand now at the head of a large administration. he first kings had religious as well as administrative roles—they were priestkings. But in the later Sumerian Period there is more separation between the king’s role and that of the temple authorities.
He Sumerians at first used a single clay token to represent a single object, such as one sheep, or one measure of grain. As trade increased, the larger numbers that were recorded on clay tablets meant using tokens that had multiple values. The “place values” of the counters is similar to the way a decimal point is used today. T How Babylonians count To make calculation easier, the Babylonians use the abacus, invented by the Akkadians. With several layers, the abacus—seen on the left here—makes it possible to do much more extensive additions, subtractions, and even multiply or divide numbers.
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