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The cities and city-states that developed in southern Mesopotamia between 3500 and 2340 BCE are collectively known as
The cities and city-states that developed along the rivers of Southern Mesopotamia between about. 3500-2340 BCE are known as Sumer.
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The cities and city-states that developed along the rivers of Southern Mesopotamia between about. 3500-2340 BCE are known as Sumer.

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