This website communicates what humans did from time to time to protect their families, and how they changed through generations. This includes how there are some people that defend and some people that take care of their babies. Some who hunt, and some who gather. As the population of humans increased, tribes and groups of people increased, and there was a race with food survival. The website has many sources that go under quotes that were taken out by the author of the book. This shows that it is reliable. Also, it should be taken into my collection because there are many quotes and other cites that are very helpful to look at.
This is the most important article to be read, because it talks about three elements which aroused civilization: trade, war, and exploration. It gives many examples of areas that used trade to widen their economy, too. For instance, Ancient Romans traded silver to Great Britain. Also, they traded spices to India, and animals like giraffes to Africa! This website is reliable due to the ".org", again. It should be added to your collection of information for early Civilizations because it discusses the three main elements which aren't talked about in other cites, but that are very essential!
The article that you will read if you click the link above, will discuss how civilization is connected to a Latin word meaning inhabitant of a city. It will also talk about how culture and civilization are two different words but they fit together. The definition of culture will be identified, too. This does not only talk about the definitions, but how tools were used to kill and obtain food for a living. This website is reliable because it ends with a ".org", according to what my IAS teacher said, and classmates. This should be added to my knowledge and information because I think it is very important to know definitions of words to fit in with what those words'actions do. In my opinion it helps a person understand a topic more.
This item will discuss the facts, illustrations, and different cultures developing in different areas in the world. It will include Ancient Egypt and their writing system, Roman Empire with their mixed monarchy and democracy, and the Byzantine Empire's beliefs in Jesus. This will also give a timeline on how humans improved their agriculture, formed groups of people, to wonderful cities, to beautiful languages. It will start off from the 5000 BCE... This website fits into my collection because I can find examples of how humans changed when they started to live in new settlements/civilizations. The only way this website is proved to be reliable, is how the author/s site the source from where they got some images.