An Analytical Study of the Mesopotamian Civilization


  • Iqra Ashraf Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan
  • Attiya Khanum The Women University Multan
  • Sohail Akhtar Ghazi University Dera Ghazi Khan



Iraq, Mesopotamian, Civilization, Tigris, Babylon


One of the most ancient myths is that the waters of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, the abomination of civilization and nature, numerous wars, the number of love stories and legends that carry the world which is the holiest sea are among the places where it is located. Like the other contemporary civilizations i.e. Egypt in west and Indus in east the Mesopotamian civilization is also considered one of the important ancient civilizations of the world Tigris and Euphrates. The civilization remained as center of socio-political activities. Egypt is a safe haven for little to no war?The Egyptians deny that, contrary to a lush interest, the attack will take center stage. Different ethnic groups often experience key combat battles. Thousands of years ago, the two rivers opened to show that people who are interested in the history of fertility are a sign of life on the other side of the rivers. There are two different seas of origin, the center of which is the genus Alma, Assyria, Babylon, Samir, Akkad, and other notable tribes of Egypt. Tigris and Euphrates

Author Biographies

Iqra Ashraf , Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan

Department of History & Civilization Studies

Attiya Khanum, The Women University Multan

Department of History & Pakistan Studies

Sohail Akhtar, Ghazi University Dera Ghazi Khan

Department of History



How to Cite

Iqra Ashraf, Attiya Khanum, & Sohail Akhtar. (2022). An Analytical Study of the Mesopotamian Civilization. PERENNIAL JOURNAL OF HISTORY, 3(1), 237-247.