Ancient Civilizations - First River Valley Civilizations

Ancient Civilizations - First River Valley Civilizations
Ancient Civilizations - First River Valley Civilizations
Ancient Civilizations - First River Valley Civilizations
Ancient Civilizations - First River Valley Civilizations
Ancient Civilizations - First River Valley Civilizations
Ancient Civilizations - First River Valley Civilizations
Ancient Civilizations - First River Valley Civilizations
Ancient Civilizations - First River Valley Civilizations
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This is a 40 slide, highly animated, power point presentation on Ancient Civilizations - First River Valley Civilizations. Each of the slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.

Mesopotamian Civilization:

A river civilization or river culture is an agricultural nation or civilization situated beside a river. Historically the first great civilizations all grew up in river valleys. The oldest, 3500 to 2000 B.C.E., was Mesopotamia, between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in the Middle East. Mesopotamia means "between the rivers.” It has also been called “the cradle of civilization.”

Egyptian Civilization:

The land of Egypt is defined by the Nile River, the narrow green strip of land on either side of its banks, and the fertile Nile delta area. The rest of the country is barren desert, the unfriendly “Red Land” that contrasted with the “Black Land,” which was home to the vast majority of the Egyptian population.

Egypt was traditionally divided into two areas: Upper Egypt, along the southern part of the Nile as far south as the First Cataract, and Lower Egypt, the northern delta area. The climate was good for agriculture, but with little or no rainfall, farmers had to depend on the river for irrigation.

Indus Valley Civilization:

The central part of the Indus Valley area is the Sind region of modern Pakistan. The Indus carries a lot of silt and floods regularly twice a year. Access to river water for irrigation allowed farmers in the Indus Valley and related areas to produce two crops a year despite the region’s sparse rainfall.

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Mesopotamian Civilization
Introduction
Map of Mesopotamia
Landscape
The People
Temples & Palaces
Territorial States
Trade
Roles in Society
Religion
Writing & Numbering
Other Advances
Egyptian Civilization
Introduction
Map of The Nile Delta
The Nile River
Three Kingdoms
The Pharaohs
The Tombs at Giza
Administration
The People
Egyptian Social Pyramid
Women
Knowledge & Learning
Religious Beliefs
Afterlife
Indus Valley Civilization
Introduction
Culture?
Major Urban Centers
Harappa & Mohenjo-daro
Achievements
Abandoned
End of Presentation

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