In what ways do students acquire knowledge in the ancient Mesopotamia?

Pupils in Mesopotamia could acquire knowledge in several ways. Most of their knowledge was based on personal experience. But if a child entered school, then deeper truths that were taught in this educational institution were available to him. In schools, students received the accumulated knowledge of their ancestors. So one of the main sciences at that time were: arithmetic, writing, astronomy and others. Usually, only important persons in the country had access to schools, since education in Antiquity was of an elite nature.

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