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The fertile patches of land were surrounded by mountains and water.These patches of land were taken by different Greek tribes, whothen built fortresses and cities. In doing so… they establishedindependent city-states each of which jealously defended itsterritory. With limited land, rising population put pressure on each city'slimited land so they had the choice of taking another city's land,or shipping off the surplus to colonise new city-states by seizingland from other peoples. In this wat the Greeks spread all aroundthe Mediterranean and Black Seas, eventually establishing about2,000 independent city-states.
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Rome was built on several Hilltops which made it much easier to defend. The river Tiber's also provided a means of transportation and fresh water for the people of Rome. n…ot write answer tho
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Geography influences how a civilization develops because it limits contact with other civilizations. This can limit trade and growth.
Since Japan is an island nation, a volcanic island to be more precise, it remained a long time isolated from the rest of the world, allowing it to develop its unique cultu…re and shape and its own way of perceiving the world. This situation, however, secluded the country from many new ideas and technological advancements which were taking place at the same time in many other parts for the world.
The steep and mountainous cliffs of the Andes may caused some disruptions to the developement of the Incans. The Ancient Incan cities are far above sea …level too, this may be another reason.
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Industries look for plentiful water, stable infrastructure, population to support labor needs, and transportation diversity. The geography of an area is one of the first t…hings an development team will look at when choosing a site.
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Geography impacts the development of civilizations in several important ways. A group of peoples that find themselves in a land locked situation will not be able to take advan…tage of waterways, river and seas. With no ports, their ability to fish and use commerce by sea impacts their ability to interact with nations that have water as an asset. Nations that find themselves in rugged and mountainous regions will not be able to farm effectively. Deserts and frigid areas may cause people to migrate to more hospitable locations. Unfavorable geography will stifle those peoples that chose to remain in their circumstances.
Geography influenced the development of Tenochtitlan because at first, the land was full of water, but then the Aztecs reclaimed land from the lakes by sinking timbers into th…e water to serve as walls and filled the area between the timbers with mud, reeds, and boulders. In this way they created small islands called chinampas, or "floating gardens". Eventually, Aztecs expanded the city's land surface until it covered over five square miles. They even merged Tlatelolco,originally a separate island, with Tenochtitlan.
the mountains,rivers and any other physical feature might divide towns which would divide local governments
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Most of the Roman Empire was around the Mediterranean Sea. Goods could be shipped around this Sea. Goods in part of Central Europe could be shipped along the river Danube to t…he Black Sea and from there to the Mediterranean. Trade from Britannia and norther Gaul reached the Mediterranean via the valley of the river Rhone (in southeastern France).
Geography influenced development in Japan in a few different ways. The main way that influenced development in Japan were society and culture.
Greece is for almost 80% of its surface covered by mountains which were at the time again covered with dense forests. This meant that ancient communities were largely isol…ated from each other. And this again led to the establishment of separate and often warring City-States instead of to a unified ancient Greece.