By Brianna Amin 10/5/15


Artisans in Mesopotamia represented the middle class of society. They were free citizens with a few rights and privileges who created the goods for the upper classes. Fine pottery, gold and silver jewelry, woven textiles and carved precious gemstones were all goods traded throughout the cities of Mesopotamia. Providing these goods were the work of a city’s craft workers or artisans.
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