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EARLY CIVILIZATION

Origins of agriculture
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Origins of agriculture

Agriculture was the starter of all civilizations, it had to be evolved from the usual ways of hunting and gathering. Humans over time, had an influence on the genes of animals and plants. Many societies had their own crops and ways of agricultural industry, though labor force and irrigation was inevitable. 

Analyzation- This website fits into my collection because it describes each's civilization period agriculture. Discuses its evolution overtime and tells the origins of agriculture overall. Describing clear information about the resources and plants that were cultured. 

Reliability- This website is reliable because it triangulates some information from my other sources. It also lists the article history, contributors, author, editors, dates updated and additional information.

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Civilization
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Civilization

Civilizations are complex way of life that people have developed out of and beyond urban life. It takes many things to build a civilization, such as written language, laws, government, jobs and most importantly cooperation. Agriculture and trade was very important. Overtime people developed class of societies. Eventually civilizations evolved and grew into major cites defining each, one its own.


Analyzing- This website fits into my collection, because it uses the different civilizations as examples on the evaluation of how civilizations came to be. It explains what impact agriculture had made, and gives information about further more development of civilizations. 

Reliability- This website is a reliable source because it lists its sources, writers, editors, media credits, updating date and some additional things in the credits listed.

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Mesoamerican civilization
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Mesoamerican civilization

While civilizations of Mesopotamia had thrived, lets not forget about the previously unexplored NewWorld. As the glaciers after the drastic global warming left. The tropical forests had also risen and so had the Mesoamerican civilizations. Farming of mainly maize as well as beans, cotton, chili, squashes and peppers was very important. Pottery had appeared and later on, thanks to cultivation of maize, the first civilization of Olmec, then many others followed. They all had inventions and new things to offer.

Analyzing- This website fits into my collection because it proves that still people had been able to evolve and develop civilizations in a different place in the world. Additionally it still sates the impact agriculture had made, and the various inventions they were able to invent in those times.

Reliability- This is a reliable website because it has all of its credits listed, such as the author, editors, sources, dates of updating and contributors.

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Before Civilization - Ancient Civilizations for Kids
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Before Civilization - Ancient Civilizations for Kids

As agriculture moved in, not everyone had to hunt or look for food. People had time to experiment and open their eyes to new prospectives. As division of labor was developed, conflicts over rights to land and property had risen as well. People decided to develop governments and laws, religions developed in quests to seek an answer as to how the world works. Written languages developed later on, and so had civilizations formed.

Analyzing- This website fits into my collection because it provides much detailed explanation for how early humans had transitioned their ways of hunter and gatherer, into agriculture and later on civilization. Additionally it had examples of developments of many other ancient famous civilizations.

Reliability- Although there aren't many factors that could contribute to why this website would be reliable, but the teacher had recommended it. It also  triangulated my information, confirming it from other sites.

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