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What geographic features helped civilization develop in mesopotamia?
the tigrus and Eurphates river make a good natural reasourse for fishing and reeds make boats plus the monthly flood made good soil for farming.
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Becuase of China's high mountain ranges, forbidding deserts and turbulent sea's, China was able to be protected by anyone who tried to invade China. Although this was useful, …it was very hard to import and export.
The rivers, like the Nile, and the sea
Which geographic feature was common to the development of civilizations in ancient Egypt China India and Mesopotamia?
The abundance of waters [river Nile, Yellow river, Ganga. Indu, Brahmaputra rivers]
The area known as Mesopotamia has history dating back to the Pre-Pottery Neolithic A period, between 10,000 and 8700 BCE. Records of early dynastic kings in lower Mesopota…mia begin in the middle of the 3rd millenium BCE. Bronze Age Mesopotamia (~2900 BCE to 12th/11th centuries BCE) is considered to be the cradle of civilization in the West. Despite Babylon's fall in 539 BCE, the area has always been occupied by at least one or more important groups.
Mesopotamia had big rivers and the land was between them. With water you could make a great empire.
The rivers provided water and rich soil. /
Which geographical features did the Andean civilizations did not have in common with early Mesopotamia Egypt India and china?
plains, fertile land, etc.
The Mesapotamian geographic features that helped Mesopotamia was the Tigrus and The Euphrates River That was where ther civilation was located by
Because organization of irrigation led to an organized society of government and laws. More population led to cities.
There are really three important geographic features of Mesopotamia. It is made up of an area of land known as "the fertile crescent". This land lies between and around tw…o important rivers that give this rich area its life-- the Tigris and Euphrates.
A warm climate and river systems with annually flooding which provided water and silt to give ongoing fertility.