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what characteristics defined the stone age human relied primarily on stone tools
what is domestication to tame
how did farming crops and raising animals change human life it made jobs and lives easier. it also created enough surplus to trade
what is culture the way in which individuals react with their environment
where did the first civilizations to arise near the Fertile Crescent
how did the Mesopotamian farmers use the Euphrates and the Tigris rivers to solve their problems with low rainfall they used river water to feed their crops
what was the first major steps toward the rise of a new civilization trade
how were the Sumerian government and religion connected the government's laws were based on their religion
how did the Sumerian writing system develop and change it changed to an advanced language
give an example of an idea that shaped Mesopotamian civilizations writing was invented for communication
who was Hammurabi the king of Babylon
what is the code of Hammurabi a set of 282 laws that Hammurabi established
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