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.
Middle class consisted of soldiers, scribers, and laborers such as farmers. Though they both had similar structures, Egypt had more of a middle class in their structure, while Mesopotamia’s structure had much more of an upper class because of the city states.
Proof of these divisions in social structure was the ziggurats in Mesopotamia and the pyramids in Egypt.
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.
At times the rivers would produce deadly flash floods, and on other occasions, there would be droughts that would diminish their water supply.
The riverbanks were at times to steep and the rivers to wild to provide a means of transportation or trade.
In Egypt, this was generally the case in social structure except for some differences.
One of them is that there was a small upper class with the Pharaoh being at the top and viziers surrounded by whoever was in charge.