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Where did most ancient civilization develop?
Most ancient civilizations needed the fertile land, food sources (water-based fowl, fish, etc.), and trading opportunities found near rivers to support their community. Ov…er time, commerce and population would grow, and with it would develop a full-fledged civilization. They could then use their clever location to defend themselves from attackers, to reach other main hubs of civilization to trade, and to establish a navy. hi guys
it all start when a dog and a cat start to be come best friend .the dog was like are are dogs and cats .then the cat siad lets go and eat food .and then they went there. abnd …went home to kiss /end
the Persians controlled most of the land.
in the happaran indian river.
Roman Empire ruled most of the known land at the time.
Most ancient civilizations built their societies around rivers (ex: Tigris, Euphrates, Yellow, Nile). They did this because rivers are fresh water and supply water to drink as… well as for irrigation (agriculture). Food and water supplies are a must for a civilization!
Commonly near water, the most stunning of civilizations were near the ocean and near an area called the Fertile Crescent. Water has large part to do with the development of a …civilization. Athens, Egypt, and Tenochtilan all used water sources to fuel there development.
In the southeren part of the fertile crescent
cause dey know how ta suck it good
coz they can, coz dey wanted 2 no wen to plant ther crops so dey will grow at ther best
Because water is the single most important element to a human being. For any civilisation to flourish, they need water for their crops, for their domestic animals and, of cour…se, for themselves. It is much easier to build your house next to a river than to haul water for miles. Other animals also need water, so it is much easier to hunt them when they come down to drink. The mud near rivers is often full of nutrients which help plants grow strong and it is also cooler near rivers because of the evaporation. If a group of people are constantly struggling for food, they cannot truly develop a culture or a writing system or build vast cities. Thus, the great cultures we hear about today are the ones that built along rivers and had the time and resources to develop.
Nomads from the east settled in Europe over three thousand years ago - the Latin baranch in Italy and the Greek branch in Greece. The Greek branch - nomadic Ionians, Doria…ns, etc became dominant and in the 1st Millennium BCE set up city-states by the various tribes which spread out, seized land and settled. Once settled by the 8th C BCE, they had the resources (surplus production of food) to develop culture and what we call civilisation, as opposed to the nomad concentration of gaining food and pillaging settled populations.
Their fertility and water supply.