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early culture-Mesopatmia

What is economy? An economy is the system that a community uses to produce and distribute goods and services.
What is a civilization? A civilization is a complex society that has cities, a well-organize government, and workers with specialized job skills.
What is the definition of resource? A resource is a supply of something that can be used as needed.
What a third common name for civilization? Religion.
What are social classes? Social classes are groups of people that occupy different ranks or level in society.
What is a Fertile crescent? The fertile crescent is a region of middle east that stretches in a large, crescent-shape curve shape curve from Persian gulf to the Mediterranean.
What is a barter? Barter is a trading system in which people exchange goods directly without using money.
What is a Mesopotamia? This plain lies between two great rivers,The Tigerish, and The Euphrates .
What is polytheism? polytheism are Sumerians.
What is Irrigate? The Sumerians used technology to irrigate.
What is city-state? A city-state is an independent state that includes a city.
What is a cuneiform? is a system of writing that uses triangular -shape symbols.
What is a empire? An empire is a state containing several countries or territories.
What is a ally? An ally is an independent state that works with other states to achieve a shared military or political goal.
What is a cultural trait? A cultural trait is an idea or way of doing things that is common in a certain culture.
What is Hammurabi's code? a set of laws.
What is the rule of law? It established and enforce the rule of law, or the idea that all members of society.
What is calvary? This frequent conflict led Assyrians to become fierce warriors Assyria's armies include some some world's earliest cavalry.
What is a standing army? A standing army is a permanent army of professional soldiers.
What is tribute? Is a payment made to show loyalty to a stronger power.
What is currency? Is money that is used as a medium of exchange, usually bills or coins.
What is stele A stele is a carved stone slab or pillar that stands on end.
What is import? An Import is a good or service sold within a country that is produced in a other country.
What is export? An Export is a good or service produced within a country and sold outside the country's borders.
What is a Navigation? art of steering a ship place to place.
What is a colony? A colony is a area ruled by a distance country .
What is the cultural diffusion? is the spreading of cultural traits from one region to another.
What is a Alphabet? An alphabet is a small set of letters or symbols, each of which stands for a single sound.
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