THE POWER STRUGGLE BETWEEN GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND CLERGYMEN IN THE ANCIENT HISTORY

@article{Yildirim2017THEPS,
  title={THE POWER STRUGGLE BETWEEN GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND CLERGYMEN IN THE ANCIENT HISTORY},
  author={Erc{\"u}ment Yildirim},
  journal={Journal of the American Heart Association},
  year={2017},
  volume={4}
}
People, who shifted their lifestyles from hunter-gatherer societies to settled lives dominated by agricultural activities, first began to live in villages and then in cities. The concepts ‘to govern’ and ‘to be governed’ began to appear in time among the crowded population settled in cities. Clergy members became administrators in the Mesopotamian city-states where the urbanization first started. The clergy members having a hierarchy in their own merits, owing to the organized structure brought… Expand

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