With agriculture on the rise farming got better and better which lead to civilizations. We got more reliable food from agriculture, allowing us to keep our food for long amounts of time. This video tells us about how agriculture shaped our civilizations. I trust this video because it was sent to me by my teacher, and it gives credit to those who helped, which shows that they have multiple sources.
Religion played a big part in civilization, and often were regional, but sometimes went in to different territories. This Database has multiple links to many great articles about early civilizations. I trust this website because it names the author, and contact to the author, so you can make sure the author is trustworthy.
It wasn't until 5000 BCE that civilizations started to take place and shape. Agriculture was discovered, people learned to use metals for tools (proven by artifacts), rather than stone, and permanent homes were built. This website talks about how civilizations started, and what signifies the beginning. I think this website is reliable because our teacher sent it to us, and it has "ed." in the url, meaning education.
Civilization is made up of agriculture, specialities in jobs, cities, religions, government, and written languages, to create an advanced society. This website shows what civilization really is, and what it is made up of. I think this is a reliable website, because our teacher sent it to us, and it clearly covers all topics.