While both civilizations differed as in social structure of their society and government structure; they also had similar aspects as in cultural development.
Comparing the two, they both had close advances in culture and a polytheistic religion.
Throughout the history of the earth, man has evolved from nomadic hunters and gatherers into the civilized people we are today.
Studying this progression, we come upon many fascinating places, things, and peoples.
Mesopotamia and Egypt have many similarities and differences in many aspects.
Though regionally close, Egypt and Mesopotamia had many differences, such as social structure and government structure.
Although they share this characteristic, the difference lies in how each civilization viewed these rivers.
In both places, they believed that the forces of nature reflected the decisions and actions of their deities.
The one aspect that sets apart the Egyptian and Mesopotamian civilizations the most is their social structure.
While Mesopotamia had a punctuated and defined social structure, Egypt had a less distinct division of classes.