More and more people coming in made it a bigger population. The Nile River had a big effect on the people of Egypt. The river had a profound effect on the spiritual beliefs of the Ancient Egyptians. The river helped developed crops and harvest food. It also helped by transporting
Mesopotamia was the first complex civilization to be developed. Civilizations have been well known by their means of subsistence, types of living, settlement forms, forms of government, economic systems, literacy, social stratification, and other cultural behaviors. E: Geography influenced the rise of civilization because it has to be able to maintain many people. Many civilizations started different bodies of water, because if they want to live, they have to consume water. Others live in places where there were a lot of animals to hunt for.
The agricultural revolution was a significant period in the industrial revolution as it developed widely with new and efficient farming techniques which lead to a massive increase in food production. People were now able to leave the farms and move into cities because there was sufficient agricultural production to support life away from the farm. New technologies were invented to meet the growing demand for these products, which lead to the first industrial factories. In the period of agriculture, people saw that it was a time to develop, therefore people started creating tools to help with the efficiency of farming and agriculture, a certain machine which was the plow, which is a device that contains blades that effectively break up the soil, plows created cuts within the soil for the sowing of seeds. Another device that was also created and was a massive upgrade in agriculture was the seed drill that was create by Jethro Tull in the 18th century.The seed drill was a machine than plants drills in rows then covers them, which makes it simpler for the farmers.
• Extinction of large animals that were a previously relied-upon resource forced humanity into discovering (or in this case, creating) new food. 2. In what different ways did the Agriculture Revolution take shape in various parts of the world? • Within the Fertile Crescent, there were many easily domesticated plants and animals. This provided a plentiful resource from which settlers could partake
Humans, and their societies, have altered the environment, and vice versa. Pre-Neolithic age, humans interacted with the environment as hunters, fishers, and foragers (living subsistently off their environment). As the Neolithic revolution, also known as the first agricultural revolution, began, humans exploited their environments either as farmers or pastoralists. Environmental factors such as climate, precipitation patterns, and vegetation shaped the methods and exploitation used in different regions. Exploitation of the environment intensified as populations grew.
The people of Mesoamerican had many talents that for that time were very advanced. They used many tools to live but there most valuable tool was there brain. The people knew exactly how to survive due to trying to survive. In document 1,5, and 7 they showed us how they farmed, planted, got water to wear they need to get to. The 5th document tells us that they had a irrigation system in there city-state so that they could supply everyone with water and help farmed grow crops.
Ancient Egypt was a very advanced society whose inventions inspired many of the basic necessities we have today. One of these would be their methods of irrigation. They used a machine called a shadoof which was comprised of a long pole with a bucket on one end and a weighty object on the other end. These buckets were lowered into the Nile and filled with water, then easily raised back up by water wheels and emptied onto higher ground. Oxen then swung the pole so that the water could be emptied into waterways that were used to irrigate their crops.
1. The development of agriculture experienced a diversification among the people of the region. It also experienced in the Northwest an economic development as well as social diversification and the developing of hunting and foraging. 2. Many Native American societies emerged to the North of Mexico.
Sickle blades and grinding stones emerged because of the rise of agriculture and had made it easier to farm crops. Instead of having wood axes, the Neolithic People now had stone axes which made it easier to cut down forests or areas and get wood easily. This also allowed for shelter to be created more efficiently. These were some major technological changes and advances in tools between the Neolithic and Paleolithic Era. The final major aspect that things had drastically changed was religiously.
Neolithic vs Paleolithic Introduction: The Neolithic and Paleolithic arrive from the stone age period they are two separate time period each sharing some aspects from the other and varying from each other. The Paleolithic is a prehistoric period of human history and stand for “old stone age. This time period cover most of its primary tools and and cave paintings. The Neolithic stand for “new stone age” the develop more in craft/technology and basic aspect of live. They can be compare and contrast in various ways but it was the Paleolithic the paved the way for the neolithic era.