Rivers, and where water was available.
Near rich soil.
Right outside your door.
The Mississippi river and the Countey river
Euphrates and tigris rivers
Corn and bread.
Wheat and barley.
Livestock,birds, and FISH!
Deer,bear, and geese.
Division of labor.
Dying of livestock, flooding destroyed crops, and washed away homes.
Many people dying.
Not enough food for everyone.
They dug out large storage basins to hold water supplies. Then they dug canals that connected these basins to a network of ditches. These ditches brought water to the fields and water grazing areas for cattle and sheep. Giggity!
The saved water in a wooden bucket and only gave out small amounts.
They didn't they used division of labor.
Political, Religious,Cultural, and Economic.
TRICK QUESTION! none
Language, and Art.
Surplus, irrigation, division of labor.
Irrigation,division of labor, surplus.
Irrigation,surplus,division of laber
Surplus,division of labor,surplus.
Division of labor,surplus,irrigation.
Division of labor,irrigation,surplus.
A mix of rich soil and small rocks.
A soft material to make clothes.
A way of supplying water to an area of land.
A way of trading water to a far distant land.
A material of wax to carve and make art.
More of something than needed.
Lots of food.
An arrangement in which people specialize in specific tasks. GIRLIE!
A way someone does a job.