The writing systems were also different; Egyptians wrote in pictures, or hieroglyphics, and the Mesopotamians wrote in cuneiform. Ancient Mesopotamia arose in an unknown definite time period, but they were mainly centered in the fertile crescent area.
These differences and similarities can be seen between their societies, their style of art, and their innovations that contributed to modern day.
As well as the Mesopotamia was one of the first civilizations to be discovered, so was The Nile River Valley The most embossed differences included the divergent geography, prior belief, trade, relations with other civilizations, and politics.
The conflicts led to the fall of Sumerian cities, and brought an end to its phase of the civilization.
For example, The Mesopotamia was one of the first civilizations discovered along the Fertile Crescent. The focus of survival, beliefs, daily life, and many other focuses connect the three civilizations.
The religions in Egypt and Mesopotamia were similar because both were polytheistic, had beliefs of an afterlife, as well as priests who were part of the upper levels of the social hierarchy. I would like to compare some important points in four common categories. During the River valley civilizations period, the civilizations Mesopotamia and Egypt developed upon their society politically, economically, and culturally.
The various ways of knowing God are given as an example. The lower orders received the most severe punishments. Organized religion was first seen in those ancient civilizations.