What are the major achievements of early Mesopotamian civilizations?
Mesopotamians were the first to create writing. It was called cuneiform. One leader whose name was Hammurabi, created the first Code of Laws. They were the first to us irrigation for agriculture. And also Judism
The Maya, Inca, Aztecs, and the Mesopotamians.
They were in the field of literature: literacy was highly regarded, and many towns and temples had libraries. The Mesopotamians produced a lot of literature, the Epic of Gilgamesh being still famous today, later 'translated' in the Bible as the story of Noah. In mathematics they invented a numerical system based on 60s, which even today is the reason we have a 60 minutes' hour and a 360 degree circle, among others. In astronomy the… Read More
wheel roads plows cuneiform (writing ziggurats (pyramids) calendars makeup jewelry Sewers under the city bronze for weapons math science Hammurabi's Code Judism
math is one important achievement of the Mesopotamians!!
The major rivers played a huge part in the development of early civilizations due to the fact that they helped fertile the soil, which made it easier to grow crops. When the crops began to grow so did the population and this made farming become more and more common to all civilizations. With this farmers grew and grew and in order to keep the water under control they created a irrigation system to help regulate… Read More
Written Language: Phonetic: Cuneiform (syllabic)/ Hieroglyphics-(Pictographic Alphabet) Which has obviously had a lasting effect on the rest of the world.
The Sumerian civilization is famous for starting gardens along the Nile River in what is now Egypt. The Sumerians lived in the time of 4000 BC.
The earliest civilization in the Middle East were the Sumerians. They had a major empire in the Mesopotamian Crescent about 2500 BC.
Tigri and Euphrates.
Indus valley,ancient China, ancient Mesopotamia and Ancient egypt
The land fertility and river water allowed the production of surplus food. This surplus provided the basis for spending time and money on building, leisure and cultural activities. This included the beginnings of writing, codes of law, effective government, urbanisation, and unfortunately seriously organised warfare.
Assyrian, then Babylonian, then Persian.
Mesopotamia flourished in the Tigris-Euphrates river system, between the river Tigris and Euphrates.
Some of the developments of the early river valley civilizations were that they developed agriculture, written language and other stuff.
The three early river civilizations are the Incas. Aztecs and Mayas
it started between two rivers so their land can be fertile is what i think thats wrong.....................................................................!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! >:( well what do u think cause i just was tryin to help
Rice, Development, Porn was created, gunpower invented, and paper inventer
the history of mesopotamian civilization is when they created different kinds of buildings
The Nile River was the axis of two early African civilizations
Complex irrigation systems.
Two of the most famous to support early civilizations were the Tigrus and Euphrates rivers, located in modern day Iraq. Together, they formed what was called the "Fertile Crescent" and allowed the flourishing of some of the earliest civilizations known to man, the Mesopotamian and Babylonian civilizations.
The less specific region known as the Fertile Crescent is used to include the regions of river farming to the east and south of the Mediterranean Sea. More specifically, Mesopotamia seems to have originated earlier, in the land around the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, followed by the Egyptians on the Nile River.
Being close to a river
they were so important because they helped grow civilizations
Which was associated with the longest running of the early civilizations? A. Mosaic LawB. ZoroastrianismC. Mandate of HeavenD. VedasDoes it make you mad? STOP GOOGLING THE ANSWERS!
The government of early mesopotamian civilizations often had a centralized government based on what?
There are more than 4 river civilizations. he 4 main rivers are Nile river, Indus river, Yellow river and Harappa river.
kings, geometry used in building, plumbing, 365 day calender, sundial
If you are Referring to the chart for OdysseyWare - World History course this one (Shown Below) Then they are Referring to the - Indus River Valley Civilization Location:between Pakistan and IndiaGovernment:no direct evidence of central rule has been foundAchievements:streets laid out in a gridsophisticated drainage systems
wheelmortal and pestle for grinding foodsastronomycultivation of grainspotterywriting (cuneiform)irrigation,canals,damsmeasuring and surveying materialsreligionpolytheistic
The Egyptian civilization around the Nile river, the Mesopotamian/Sumerian civilization around the Tigris and Euphrates, the Indus Valley civilization of Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro around the Indus river, and the Chinese/Shang civilization around the Yellow river.
Well, most sailors would track and find there way by looking at certain stars and constellations to see what direction in which they were heading. Say they look for the north star, which is west. Their destination is east. So they knew to go south of the north star. This required much studying to find which star was where, what it looked like, and in which direction of the sky it was during the different… Read More
The characteristics of civilization in Mesopotamia are a well organized central government, separation in labor, religion, social class, arts and architecture, writing, cities, and public works (healthcare and building).
Floods brought silt ,silt is rich sandy soil, which covered the top making it easy to grow food.
river vlley civilizations were suckish and classical had alexander the great
The Huang He river and the Yellow river
The Sarasvati river and the Indus river influenced early Indian civilization.
indians- the indian ocean?
Early civilizations developed near any river valleys. The most common river valleys was the Nile RIver of Egypt, Tigris and Euphrates river in the fertile crescent and the yellow river/Huang he river in china.the reason for the settlement near the river valleys was the fertile land. Nomads did not have to move around for food and home. THey learned to grow crops and domesticate animals. River valleys gave nomads a place to stay and develop… Read More
1. of the reasons would have been it was a good source of water and possibly food if fish lived in the river. 2. depending on how early the civilizations were, rivers were a good method of transport and meant that boats could travel to other areas and trade. I agree with the answer above me, except for one important detail that they forgot. The soil near rivers is very fertile, so plants thrive there… Read More
The earliest civilizations known, where developed along the river valleys of the Euphrates and Tigris rivers. It even says in the Bible the the garden of Eden was near the Euphrates and Tigris rivers. The Mesopotamia, was one of the earliest civilizations, and they were based off of those two rivers too.
It provided that essential for the development of a civilisation - a surplus of food in order to rise above mere subsistence.
Rivers meant a readily available source of water and people chose to live near the rivers. So most of the town essentials and administrative offices were situated around the peoples' homes. Rivers also meant a good route for trade. So, early civilizations evolved near rivers.
River valleys provided a good number of things that helped early civilizations. Settlements within river valleys: * provided a source of fresh water for early human settlements near the river within the valley;* provided a source of food such as fish and also for game that came to the river for water;* provided for a means of transportation when boats were built to allow early civilizations to travel to other settlements and thus trade by… Read More
- Irrigation for farming -Fishing-Travel-Trade-Natural Border/Barrier
The early civilizations began near a river because they could get water from there. They also found animals their who needed water to.OR...they began around water because they could fish there and hunt the animals near there.