The Europeans were far superior both technologically and economically compared to the Natives they would have encountered, but as it would turn out both the Natives and Europeans would enjoy a benefit this exchange of cultures and ideas. After the Europeans crossed the Atlantic and would eventually colonize the New World, they would go on to launch a few changes in the Native American culture and the Natives were heavily impacted by this technological change. Some of the more prominent technological changes brought on by this European influence are agricultural ingenuity, new farming capabilities, a written alphabet and new firearm and weapon
Many different careers flourished under Mongol rule. For example, the arts, winemaking, and silk-making industries thrived because of the Mongols love for art, wine, and their contacts to China (Document J). Another major innovation that was created was the Pax Mongolica. The Pax Mongolica protected the tax free customs zones that helped Persia, Armenia-Georgia, Asia, and China prosper (Document J). If they were fully barbaric they would of just conquer and pillage those places instead of letting them prosper under the Pax Mongolica.
Unlike the Maya, water shortage was not a problem. By having these clever gravity canals and additional rainfall the Inca had plenty of access to water. Their drainage system, however, was a serious problem. One Inca sight, Machu Picchu, rest on a very steep slope that received a lot of rainfall. To keep it from sliding down the mountain, the Inca used agricultural terraces, which were held in place by stonewalls.
The Romans adjusted to their changing geography by developing organized maritime trade routes that they supported with advanced technology as well as land
The Security of the Mongol trading was so good that you could leave your things unattended and come back to them. Kubilai Khan’s rule also helped to shape the empire and improve the stability. He put new legal systems in which reduced capital crimes by half (Doc H). Also the fine arts blossomed during the reign of the Mongols (Doc H). The Mongol empire may of have a “barbaric” start but the conquest proves to help central Asia than
England is abundant in natural resources. “…she has coal and iron lying close together, that her sheep give the best wool, that her harbors are plentiful…she is not ill-off rivers.” (Doc 4). England’s geography helped them to industrialize. Coal, iron, cotton, lead, tin, and wool are the resources
The Persians have trade wine too in which this is what the Mongols wanted them to do so they would make money. Additionally, the “silk industry also benefited” the conquest (Doc. 6). This opened up contacts to China and other places along the silk road. All the Mongols wanted was wealth so they had gone like a parasite getting all the money they could by going to other
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
The way the Romans put these sources to use in many of ways. Romans used water power more than they did any other source of energy. Throughout the Roman empire energy use was a very efficient because they didn’t want to waste anything they didn’t have to. Some of the ways the romans used the water to help them convert energy were: to grind grains, cut wood, make music and to tell time.
The architecture and engineering was the heavy loads on the camels backs helped so the people who help with camels wouldn’t have to carry the heavy loads of trades across the country or state. One supporting Example or Evidence from text or source document Furthermore, in this example as proving my reason “ camels made an importance to help silk roads carry heavy loads to trade is a success because they made different kind of animals (camel) be used as a little mini-van to help them travel with small and heavy loads, it helped a lot though that is why it is such an important success Explanation of your Supporting Example or Evidence Reason why, is because it explains why they were a success to the silk road and how grateful it was to have a creature that can both things be helpful and successful. Also, it’s something that should be remembered from this type of history to learn why it was important and helpful
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.
The North had many advantages over the South in the Civil War. They were able to move food and supplies at a more efficient rate, due to their advancements in the Market Revolution. The military demands greatly benefited the industries such as arms and clothing. The railroad industry prospered as well, carrying troops and supplies to the front lines. The South on the other hand was shattered.
It was also important for factory owners to deliver goods to customers far away from where these goods were manufactured. One improvement they made to help transportation was making a system of roads. This made it a lot easier for travelling from state to state, and even allowed people to pass through the Appalachian Mountains to more Western states with ease. Though the system of roads helped a lot, river travel was still a lot faster. The Northern states made canals to get across the North like the canal from the Hudson River to Lake Erie.
“Harappans also had a wide variety of domesticated animals: camels, cats, dogs, goats, sheep, and buffalo.” This sentence shows that the bull like animal might have connections with farms, indicating that they’re one of the domesticated animals that helps the humans out with their farm work. It has a significance to the culture since humans have evolved overtime, and they managed to find out how to lessen the workload they’re given by getting help from animals, such as the bull. How does the artifact connect to a challenged faced by the civilization? What inference can you make about its purpose?
This is a good place for the story to take place because the simple cotts illustrate the simplicity that the villagers thought they were living in. All the villagers knew was their own world, their own rules and their own culture, which is illustrated by how surprised Kira was when she learned about her father’s village (204). That simple village was also a good place for the story because it shows how the villagers lived compared to how the Guardians lived, and how much the quality of life improved for the “important people” because of all the power they had. Villagers had to use the stream to wash and the people in the Council Edifice had indoor bathrooms (69). The setting helped develop the conflict because they all had similar cotts, which illustrated how the community was so similar and how anyone who was different was looked down at (43).