What region did an agricultural society last develop?
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The flooding of the Nile played a huge role in the development ofan agricultural society. Egyptians would use the Nile's waters toirrigate their crops. The abundance it provid…ed encouraged stayingput and farming, rather than a migratory lifestyle.
How did agriculture contribute to the development of Egyptian society?
it allowed people to stay in one place so therefor they could start a civilization and not be nomads
it changed where people lived and convinced more people to make viliges and stay in one place
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What occurred as a rusult of the development of agriculture in societies that previously relied on hunting and gathering?
Population density increased
In the Neolithic period it brought about a change in lifestyle of Hunter/Gatherer, to Agriculture and settlement. This enabled people to domesticate animals/plants in various …forms during the next millennia, and produce food on a much larger scale, making it possible to support a much larger population of people, leading to urbanization of individuals into villages prompting a more sedentary lifestyle.
Agricultural societies begin to develop in Oceania around 300 CEbecause people found that the islands' soil was good for farming.
Which statement best explains how classical civilizations developed out of the first agricultural societies?
the improvement in productivity in early agricultural societiesenabled more complex societies to develop
In Colonial America
Where were the most developed agricultural societies in North America before the arrival of the Europeans?
The Phoenicians were an agricultural society when they firstsettled in the Lebanon area. However with the limited farmland anda growing population, they turned to trade to exp…and theireconomies.
the fertile soil allowed agricultural civilizations to develop
In Ancient History
They did, but population outgrew land area, so they had two options-conquer more land or trade. They selected trade.