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Neolithic Age

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New Stone Age People domesticate animals and plants, leads to a food surplus, job specialization, societal progress, which leads to valley civilizations
Paleolithic Age old stone age, nomadic must search for food, always moving
River Valley Civilizations Mesopotamia (the land btw two rivers), The Fertile Cresent, rivers are the Tygrus and Euphraties
Mesopotamian Civilizations Sumur(first civilization ever), Babylon, in Babylon Hammurabi writes the first code of laws
China Yellow(the river of sorrows because of its predictability in its ability to ruin crops) and yangtzee rivers,
India Ganges and Indus rivers Ganges river is sacred to Hiduism cities: Mohenjo Daro and Harrapa developed cities
Egypt Gift of the Nile, predictable flooding leads to controllable agriculture, longest river in the world
Created by: bkelsch