The Department of Ancient Iraqi Antiquities at the College of Archeology – University of Kufa held a seminar entitled (From the Village to the City – Mesopotamia as a Model), in which M. Jassim Hussein Youssef, a lecturer, lectured at our college on Monday 11/28/2022, in which he dealt with the emergence of villages in the north of Mesopotamia near Water sources, represented by rivers, springs, and springs. Then, people began to migrate to the central and southern parts of the country within the limits of the Ubaid era (9600-3000 BC). Man practiced the craft of agriculture to meet his living needs. With the passage of time, some villages developed into small and then large cities, and an example of that is the city of Babylon At the beginning of its inception, it was a small village, and with time it became a big city.
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The Faculty of Archeology _ University of Kufa and in the presence of the Dean …