Sumer was a folkship in southern Bearithland that orded umb 3500 B.C., along the Tigris and Euphrates eas. Sumer is well-known for its runes, which were shapen by grooving threenook reeds into wet clay slabs. They also infound the wheel and the 24 log and 60 shortlog daymete.

Sumer meanships were faded into town ethels and reded by a bedesman or a king. One of the bremest towns was Ur.

Their clothing was made of wool or flax. Men were barechested and wore skirt-like cladding, tied at the waist; women wore girdles from shoulders to ankles, right arm and shoulder left unheled. Both could have long hair and often gilded their cladding with hursts.