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    Bodeker 2 The Chinese and Egyptian civilizations were one of the oldest civilizations both occurring before the birth of Christ. Both civilizations were similar in some ways yet different in others. Although the early Chinese and Egyptian civilizations had similar advancements in terms of culture, economics and government, they were different in that they created their civilizations with opposing approaches to language, religion, and rulers of their nations. First, China and Egypt were different…

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    DIFFERENCES BETWEEN INDIAN-EGYPTIAN-CHINESE CIVILIZATION Egypt, India (Indus River Valley, Harappa,Vedic, Janapada, Maurya), China (Shang dynasty) are past breaktough urbaneness that started off the civilizations. These civilizations appear to have developed in response to their environment and in reaction to their human need for survival and security. The first human civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Indus River Valley, and China all developed around rivers; as such they were called…

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    27.16 Egypt and Mesopotamia are two of the oldest river-valley civilizations. Egypt and Mesopotamia are different when it comes to their religious, political, and cultural systems but they still possess some similarities. Egypt as well as Mesopotamia was ruled by a king, however the political system was structured differently. The similarities and differences of these civilizations are the reasons why they may have thrived or fallen in particular areas of having successful civilizations. Each…

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    The Nile was a very important element sustaining the Ancient Egyptian civilization Riaan Bernard Joubert Thongsook College Abstract There are multiple debates between historians and geologists on different aspects about The Nile River but most of them agree that without the Nile rive the Ancient Egyptian civilization could not have existed. The Nile was a big part in the development of The Ancient Egyptian civilization. The people of Egypt used the Nile in various aspects in their daily lives.…

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    The Egyptian civilization was one of the more prosperous societies, lasting up to three thousand years or maybe even longer. This civilization has flourished longer than many other societies and empires because of its economic, political, social, and cultural contributions. Ancient Egypt is the most sustainable society primarily because the Nile River provided environmental sustainability, social mobility was possible, and economic opportunities provided a vast amount of wealth. The Nile River…

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    Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamian Civilizations such as Babylon or Summer shared many commonalities such as the extremely similar hierarchical social class systems as well as analogous religious beliefs based upon polytheism. Even through these many resemblant traits, Egypt and The Mesopotamian Societies have diverging political systems that contain many of their own little quirks and flaws, as well as harboring many contrasting views on the goals and meaning of life. While differing views on the…

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    Contrasting River Valley Civilizations Four of the major river valley civilizations are Sumer, Egypt, the Indus Valley, and China. All of these civilizations have revolutionary discoveries and inventions. They each have invented something or come up with a custom we still use today. For example, Sumer invented the wheel, and China used coins when trading. Each civilization also has their advancements in technology, but I believe that Egypt was the most advanced of these four civilizations. For…

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    There are great civilizations, or nations, or even empires, but Egypt was clearly the best ancient civilization. The agriculture was good due to the fertile soil, and that was because of the Nile River. The Nile was the only reason the Egypt was one nation because it unified both Upper and Lower Egypt. Egypt accomplished many architectural feats like the pyramids, which are still there today. They also had some pretty big and evolved temples. Egypt is still a country and still around today.…

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    The following paper serves to compare and contrast the civilizations of Ancient Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt. These civilizations are similar and different in many different ways. Strengths and weaknesses of both Mesopotamia and Egypt will be compared as well as the important lessons we can learn from the mistakes that ultimately lead to the collapse of two great empires. Mesopotamia and Egypt shared many different similarities. . Both countries were polytheistic meaning a belief in many…

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    Early Civilizations and the Human Figure The art and architecture of earth’s earliest civilizations give modern historians detailed insight into the rituals and practices of their everyday lives. In particular, painted and sculptural depictions of the human figure can provide in-depth explanations to the religious beliefs, political structures, and cultural values of these early peoples. The civilizations located in the Middle East, Egypt, and Greece each created distinct representations of the…

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