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Compare the Mesopotamians views with that of Egyptians toward the world, afterlife, and the role of leaders in the society? show how this is reflected in the arts or religious symbols? did different environment and geography influence these differences? In your explanation, make reference to the Epic of Gilgamesh, Law Code of Hammurabi, and Book of the Dead.
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