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    don’t have domesticated animals or good steel or immunity to fight diseases or a good agriculture or the right tools to make weapons‚ but the Fertile Crescent has all of them like domesticated animals‚ immunity to fight diseases because of the domesticated animals‚ good agriculture and the right tools to make sharp powerful weapons.. In Fertile Crescent they get a lot of good things like wheat unlike Papua New Guinea they get sago. Wheat is good for a lot of new food idea because it’s high in

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    the early River Civilizations had just come to be. Egypt and The Fertile Crescent were 2 of the civilizations. Different civilizations were developing different things as well as living two different ways of life. In social and intellectual ways‚ these two civilizations handled themselves in very similar as well as many different ways to function the way they did and remain stable while they could. Egypt and the Fertile Crescent shared certain things within the social and political part of their

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    The Fertile Crescent west of the Mediterranean and on the east by the Euphrates and Tigris rivers‚ and includes all or parts of Israel‚ the West Bank‚ Jordan‚ Lebanon‚ Syria‚ and Iraq. This is the birth place of the ancient world. The Fertile Crescent is a bow-shaped tract of land in South-west Asia stretching from Jordan northwards to southern Turkey‚ then swinging southwards to the borders of Iraq and Iran. Along its route it incorporates parts of Israel‚ Lebanon and Syria. The physical characteristics

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    The Fertile Crescent The Fertile Crescent was the first area to develop agriculture. It was the first to harness the power of agriculture because of geographic luck. Geographic luck is the fact that where a civilization was on the earth relates to how well the civilization did in becoming a supreme power on the earth. If the civilization was started near a place heavy with crops highly nutritious‚ then it did well. If it did not have nutritious crops‚ then it did not do as well as some other

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    Fertile Crescent and Nile River Valley About 5‚000 years ago in Sumer and Egypt (3000 BC) civilizations rose. Civilizations generally have rules and regulations‚ building and structures‚ agriculture‚ writing‚ and a religious structure. Before Sumer and Egypt rose up‚ people in the Paleolithic Age were nomadic‚ hunters and gatherers. They traveled in groups of 20-30 people. They had a spoken language‚ which was passed on and created culture. They had religious beliefs‚ which are believed to explain

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    regions but let’s compare three; the Fertile Crescent‚ Mesoamerica and China. There were similarities and differences in the way these regions started their journey to a better future with agriculture. The need for a more reliable food source between 9‚000 BC and 3‚000 BC‚ gave way for the people of China‚ the Fertile Crescent and Mesoamerica to start a new way of life. The Fertile Crescent began cultivating barley and wheat around

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    According to Standage‚ how did the Fertile Crescent get its name? The Fertile Crescent got its name due to its highly nutritious soil‚ which allows various types of grains to be grown there such as wheat and barley. How is beer production an example of plant domestication? Beer production is an example of plant domestication because the grains it’s made out of need to be grown in mass quantities in order to produce the drink. Standage argues that as humans transitioned from a hunter-gatherer lifestyle

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    express the source and significance of the Fertile Crescent to man’s greatest intellectual inventions‚ and explain why certain countries prosper and other countries were unable to develop during this era. In today’s society‚ the year 2009‚ it is evident that crops‚ animals‚ human ideas and concepts‚ and inventions from the Fertile Crescent have proliferated throughout the world. In the beginning‚ 13‚000 years ago‚ the origin of the fertile crescent in the Middle East‚ not only provided significant

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    The Fertile Crescent was great farming land for crops and people. It also included two very important rivers named the Tiberis and the Euphrates. These two rivers were known to flood frequently but randomly and this would cause damage to the people who settled around

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    Gabriel Asturias World History May 22‚ 2015 D-Writing Assignment: Impact of Fertile Crescent Cultures The first civilizations ever to be recorded in History were the Fertile Crescent cultures‚ these cultures characterize for being near sources of water for irrigation‚ which means that they could grow crops for food and farm for animals and their products. All these civilizations where near the Mediterranean Sea and the Persian Golf‚ for centuries they were called Mesopotamia. These civilizations

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