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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Agricultural Revolution And Indus Valley CivilizationBy Nathaniel Mynhier Even today we cannot read or translate their languageand writing. They lived in mulit-story brick buildings.They were a peaceful civilization and had little to no bloodshed or weapons. Because of farming anagricultural surplus was developed. This allowedtrade to be developed in the world. Eventually humansbecame lazy and forced slavesto farm for them. Civilizations also have socialstratification's. They have shared values such as religion and writing. Civilizations used to be associated with rivers.They needed them for water,fish, and the nutrient filled soil around it for farming. In the Indus Rivers and valleys was the Indus Valleycivilization. The rivers thereflooded twice a year makinggreat farming soil. With over1,500 sites the Indus Valley civilization was one of the largest civilizations in the worldat the time. Civilizations are intellectualconstructions. They havesurplus production, and theyare citys meaning they have enough food for everyone.They also have specializations of labor so everyone has theirjobs. From all of theis becomesability and need to conduct trade. 15,000 years ago humans were hunters and gatherers.They mostly took up the skill of fishing for their food, Which is why humans livedclose to shores and bodiesof water During the agricultural revolution humans started controlling the food supply. They started farming for food instead of foraging for it.Farming began to be practiced all over the world. Some humans Decide to herd animals rather than farm. This was easier for them but it required constant movingso that the animals could have fresh grass and food to eat.
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