Mansa Musa could have taken a much shorter route and gone straight to Mecca, but instead went out of his way to take a longer route which passed through cities who only got gold through trade of salt. By doing this he could make more people want to come to Mecca to receive abundant, free gold without having to trade salt. Next, in Document C it explains that "Mansa Musa's hajj made the difficult trip north to Taghaza"(Document C). This shows that the hajj of Mansa Musa took a difficult trip to a city, which as explained by Ibn Battuta as "nothing but sand with a salt mine"(Document C). If this place was so bad, and all it had was salt and more salt, why would Mansa Musa take the time to go here?
This had prevented an attack from the north and northeastern side. The area in which the people of this civilization settled in, allowed them easier farming. This beautiful land was also rich in animals, and the Indus people tamed those animals and domesticated them for their own needs. Some of these animals included elephants, so they can lift heavy loads, for great buildings. These people of the Indus civilization or Harappan civilization had used these advantages of their land to prosper and create something more, like the whole city of
“The intense heat of the prairie caused wood to shrink, and wagon wheels had to be soaked in rivers at night to keep their iron rims from rolling off during the day...Emigrant’s lips blistered and split in the dry air, and their only remedy was to rub axle grease on them.” The dry and hot air had the time to go west even greater than it should had because of little annoyances. The emigrants on the Oregon trail faced the most hassle trying to survive and endure in the west because of pestilence, misfortune, and climate. The Chinese emigrant working on the transcontinental railroad had a hard time as well on the trail. They faced bad pay, racism, and hard work. However, the emigrants on the trail went into the unknown.
The river allowed the soil on the riverbanks to be enriched with nutrients, thus allowing the Egyptians to develop agricultural practices and grow numerous crops. . The river also allowed the Egyptians to bathe, travel, catch fish and drink the water. This then resulted in a lacklustre chance of famine from occurring. The Ancient Egyptians constructed their own dwellings by creating their properties out of mud-bricks, using materials provided by the rich soil of the river Nile.
The bow made wars easier, because people could shoot people from far distances and not have to go close to the enemy. The khopesh and sword made wars easier because they could cut through armor and shields, making it easy to kill people. The shaduf made farming easier, because if a place with crops was higher than the Nile, they could take water from the Nile with the shaduf, and give it to the crops. The spear made wars easier, because the spears have better penetrating powers than arrows and could be thrown. The axe and the saw made cutting wood easier because there was no other way to cut wood in Ancient Egyptian
This would have caused lots of build up of salt in the soil around the rivers, and may have ultimately led to the downfall of the Mesopotamian civilizations as a whole. Despite these drawbacks from their farming method, the fertile soil brought down from the mountains helped the Sumer and the subsequent civilizations to thrive. Mesopotamia was a crossroads for trade. It connected the eastern civilizations of Asia to the western civilizations like the Anatolia in modern day Turkey. The Tigris and Euphrates were a big part of this economical success.
The comic shows that the Nile will run out of water by 2050; it would happen because of the Renaissance Dam and our consumption of water. If Egypt were run out of water, all of the Egypt’s civilization would be affected because the River Nile is the main factor of this civilization. Another major effect of the running of water is the agriculture in Egypt. To illustrate, the agriculture in Egypt operated by the Nile and it also mainly depends on the water from the Nile. If the Nile runs out of the water, the farmland will lose its fertility.
Now I would like to explain the military risks. Firstly with the defender or opponent only half a mile to a mile away across no-man’s land, many gun shots or artillery shots and shells may land near or in your trench. Trench warfare was also dangerous as troops ran over the trenches and maybe into the barbwire. If they get stuck, they will definitely get shot and die or fall down and get hit by artilleries. When the opponent team plans a raid, your team will have to react and try to ‘breakthrough’.
Geography influences history in many ways, as can be seen in the Indus Valley, Greece, and Aksum civilizations. The Indus Valley built large mud walls and drainage systems to lessen the effects of massive flooding. In Greece, many wars occurred between city states due to the differences in culture caused by separation by mountain ranges. In Aksum, they utilized their access to different bodies of water to become the head of trade. Each of these civilizations utilized their geography and its advantages, but also eventually fell victim to its disadvantages.
Ancient Egypt was affected by its geography.”Ancient Egypt is affected by its geography because of the nile, the people of egypt have settled along the upper nile and the lower part of the nile.”The nile was and still is a crucial part of egypt and always will be.Having the nile river allowed the egyptian people to trade goods which helped with allies. With allies the egyptian cities like Aswan would be protected by neighboring countries.With the Nile river the people of egypt would ultimately lead to their calendar.With the creation of irrigation in egypt the nile river had even more uses.
They had to get really close to the fire and it was scorching hot. It was dangerous for them to get close to the fire. They also stroke another box but it sent them a mile away from the O 'leary 's house. They had to hit the old fire engine to let water
However, this goes against his beliefs. Meursault does not believe in God, so to say that God pushed to pull the trigger, he would have to lie to the courthouse. The heat is also very important in this novel. Both times that death was in front of Meursault, the heat was unbearable for him; his mother’s funeral and the murder of the Arab. The heat is very uncomfortable for him, because he mentions it many times.
How’s school going? You doing well? Having any trouble with anything?” T.T. : “No, just have to catch up on my homework.” Karima: “Okay, that’s exactly what we will do today. Instead of focusing on the other stations, let’s catch you up so you could go back to school prepared.” (Other stations are workbook problems, and academic game websites.)
In downtown Pittsboro, there is a Chatham Park information center; this could help by getting access to the constructions zones. By having that access, it could help by finding the locations to test the waters. Having the new development of the bridge on 64, the location we tested for nitrates from farms, could contain the most once again. This could be because of the down hill affect of the road, and/or the amount of construction
Shang dynasty and the Mesopotamia civilization are two major ancient civilizations in Asia, they shares the same continent and also some similarities in economy and technological development, but different natural condition helps two civilization develop their own distinction such as their different political system. For the economy, Two civilizations shares many similarities and several difference. Both civilization relies on fertile soil and River to grow foods to increase population. In Mesopotamia, people relies on two main river, the Tigris and the Euphrates. In Shang, people depend on the water in Yellow river.