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Many inventions are still used today. A lot of them have been updated from their original version, but rest very similar all the same. For example: Television sets, computers,… chairs, vehicles, microscopes...
They didn't, they only stuck with the land that was rich and good for planting things.
The alphabet we use today was adapted from the Roman and Greek alphabets over time.
Which ancient people developed an alphabet that give rise to the Hebrew greek and latin alphabets still in use today?
The Egyptians The Nubians
Ancient people used composites for building their homes, a mix of mud and straw (composite material) would serve as bricks.
Yes, they used copper for jewelry, weapons, for art, ect...
They used them to help them find their direction.
I think its cyrillic. I know it starts with a "C"
We use paper everyday. That was made by the Chinese or the people in Mesopotamia I forgot but oh well i know for a fact that both of them made a type of paper.
Written Chinese is not an alphabetic script. Rather, it is a logographic script based on Chinese characters, though there also exist alphabetic systems to transcribe spoke…n Chinese.Good Characters' Chinese Alphabet Set / A | B | C | D | E / F | G | H | I | J / K | L | M | N | O / P | Q | R | S | T / U | V | W | X | Y / Z
they pooed on somebodys face
A multitude of things, most noteably the preservation of foods.. Remember, it wasnt until the early 1900's that refrigerators, freezers, and iceboxes were invented.. They were…nt made readily available to the public until the 1930's, and were so expensive that only wealthy families could afford such a luxery.. It wasn't until the late 40's that most American families were able to own an icebox or a refrigerator.. Prior to that crutial breakthrough, people had no way of preserving food, unless it was winter time.. And in places where it didnt get cold or snow, they had no way of preserving food, besides drying and curing it using salt.. Salt has tremendous antibiotic and anti microbial properties that helped prevent the growth of food born illness' and harmful bacteria.. Its also a diuretic, meaning it helps prevent the retention of water, which ultimately sped up the drying(curing) process.. This process of preserving food by drying and curing it with salt was primarily used with meats.. The process used and end result is very similar to that of modern day beef jerky, or other dehydrated foods, minus the processing and technology.. Hunters would make a kill, dress the kill(skin it for the hide, remove all eatible meat, and even harvest certain bones for tools or jewelery), remove a small portion of meat to be cooked over fire for dinner, then slice the rest into managable portions to be hung up and covered with salt and other herbs or spices, usually near the fire, but not close enough to actually cook the meat.. The low, ambient heat of the distant fire aids in the drying process.. Once the meat was fully dried and cured, it would again be sprinkled with salt, and would then be a readily available food source for months to come, if cured and stored properly.. As storing cured foods in an overly moist place would greatly impact the longevity of the preservation.. There was a period of time where salt was actually more valueable than pure gold, because of its many uses and integral role in preserving food.. So to say salt was a desrired commodity prior to the invention of modern preservation techniques would be a huge understatement!
Auditoriums, Sculptures, Temples, Theaters and Statues.
Because it made work easier, especially lifting.
In Roman Empire
they use it to farm othre areaso create more land
In Roman Empire
Rome did not introduce the Latin alphabet (the Romans were Latins). Ancient Roman civilisation ended about 1,000 years before the Discovery. What happened is that western Euro…pean languages have adopted and modified the lain alphabet, including English language.