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    The Civilization of Egypt was both far reaching and thriving. Geographically speaking, the civilization was broken into two major territories; Upper Egypt, which consisted of the nile itself; and Lower Egypt, which consisted of the territory known to us today as the Nile River Delta. Even in a desert environment, Egypt was known for its thriving agriculture industry thanks to fertile silt, the yearly flooding of the Nile, and their technological and industrial advancements in irrigation and canal building. In terms of government, the civilization of Egypt operated under dynastic rule. There were 31 separate dynasties in Egypt, and those dynasties can be further broken up into eight periods. Rulers of these dynasties were known as Pharaohs, or god-kings, had absolute power over their territory and people, while also controlling vast amounts of wealth and resources. There is no better example of the power and wealth these pharaohs had than the grand pyramids and burial complexes they built for their tombs, many of which we can still see today. Long periods of unified rule under the Pharaohs of…

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    Mesopotamia, Egypt, and the Indus River Valley Civilizations all invented many new tools, and inventions which were some of the greatest until the 18th, and 19th Centuries. These Ancient Civilizations began around 8,000 years ago, and lasted for about 5,000 years Mesopotamia and Egypt are located near the Mediterranean Sea, and are in the Fertile Crescent. The Indus River Valley Civilization is located south of the Himalayas in India. All these civilizations had technologies that allowed them…

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    tell the truth as many are from only the victors side. Archaeology helps dig up information about the past before written documents were a thing. Archaeology helps prove written statements about events that took place. It also pieces together why things happened through the physical material left behind (buildings, pottery, tools, roads, rivers, etc.) • Anthropology- The study of various aspects of humans within past and present societies. The definition clearly states that it studies the…

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    not settle in one place for very long. The changes in the weather would cause the animals that these people hunted to migrate, which meant that the people had to follow, or else they would die of starvation. It wasn’t until these people began discovering the value in rivers that civilizations began to form. In fact, there are three major factors that affected the formation of civilizations and the end of a hunting and gathering lifestyle: rivers, the Neolithic Revolution, and trade. One of the…

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    10,000 years ago, the Neolithic Revolution began. As we read in our text it was simply defined as, “…the far-reaching changes in human life resulting from the beginning of farming.” Civilization was a change for the better, and the most revolutionary shift to the world we live in today. Without the impeccable advancement and basic idea of civilization, many of our accomplishments and progressions would have never been as strong, or even completed generally. A flashback into one of the ancient…

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    culture changed because of their new expansion of land. They had to find new ways to govern the land efficiently and effectively. This way, people would listen and cooperate with authority. The also created a social class that allowed people to show off their power. The Hyksos had much more advanced technology than the Egyptians. This allowed them to conquer egypt and eventually change their ways to what they liked. The Hyksos’s impact on Egypt was that they made the Egyptian peoples more…

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    10,000 years ago, the Neolithic Revolution began. As we read in our text it was simply defined as, “…the far-reaching changes in human life resulting from the beginning of farming.” Civilization was a change for the better, and the most revolutionary shift to the world we live in today. Without the impeccable advancement and basic idea of civilization, many of our accomplishments and progressions would have never been as strong, or even completed generally. A flashback into one of the ancient…

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    10,000 years ago, the Neolithic Revolution began. As we read in our text, “…the Neolithic Revolution…the far-reaching changes in human life resulting from the beginning of farming. Civilization was a change for the better, and the most revolutionary shift to the world we live in today. I believe that civilization was a change for the better, the most revolutionary shift to the world we live in today. Without the impeccable advancement and basic idea of civilization, many of our accomplishments…

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    Neolithic Revolution

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    In Neolithic times, one could infer that these were created to maintain structure and order – the primary purpose for modern laws. The Code of Hammurapi illustrates the role of the authoritarians and/or government, in keeping the peace. Here, Hammurapi dictates the laws of the land, to be obeyed by the people. This law not only encompasses domestic codes of conduct but communal laws as well. Thus, the institution of this law by the government serves to ensure an efficient and prosperous state. A…

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    Describe how beer was influential to the development of Mesopotamia and Egypt. Mesopotamia and Egypt were two of the first civilizations in the world., and they set a precedent for many civilizations to come. The well known beverage beer was greatly influential to the development of these civilizations. As early civilizations, Mesopotamia and Egypt were inhabited by some of the first people to transition from hunting and gathering to farming and domestication. Beer can credited with this…

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