Compare And Contrast Egypt And Mesopotamia

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“The plains flood when the river rises, and is blessed with the riches that brings people merriment.” ( Egypt Mesopotamia Comparison Essay, page 1). For the majority Mesopotamia and Egypt were both agricultural civilizations. Due to the geographical features, life from these two civilization were crucially rely on their rivers. However, the Nile were far more significant to the Egyptians than the Tigris and Euphrates do to Mesopotamia. Although they all shared the same demandings but they were exceptional vary from one another in many ways. Egyptian and Mesopotamian economy, culture, agriculture, political societies, geography, and religion differ in more ways than one may realize. In contrast of Egyptian and Mesopotamian geography, they’re at variance from each other in terms of both value and geographical meaning. The Egypt civilization lied along the Nile that would flow north into the Mediterranean Sea via the Nile Delta. This had drastically allowed Egyptians to avoid collisions with neighboring kingdoms. Mesopotamia, on the other hand, was literally sandwiched between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, indicating its name and how it was originated. However, unlike the Nile, the rivers were significant to irrigation systems which has enabled the civilization to further develop agricultural aspects, in additional, transportation was also supported for trading with other neighbouring areas. Though settling in this region would easily allow neighboring kingdoms and empires
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