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Early humans were called nomadsWorld Civilizations volume 1 they once roamed the earth for food and shelter but one day they slowly started to stop and thats when civilizations developed The first city or villages was very simple small Most of these cultures started in river valleys The nomads quit roaming the earth and started to settle down because the game was always scarce after a while and there was hunger and sickness If a person was to break a bone or to become ill it was likely to kill them because they wouldnt be able to keep up and die You had to recovery quick or die When there was nothing left to hunt or no food left to pick they would have to move to another area and they would do that over and over again A History of The Human Community Now I wouldnt want to do that all the time I would much rather settle down So these problems made the humans settle some what and rise up in to civilizationThey soon began to use rivers and technology to make irrigation systems and they began to work A History of the Human Community They had fresh water and were able to grow more food They realized that this was much easier for them to do As the human societies developed a new form of human race Sumerians were the first to do a lot of highly sufficient things but it was the Neolithic age that humans made the break though to advance culture and later civilization This was called the Neolithic Revolution World Civilizations volume 1 Farmers in villages developed better farming ways They improved the variety and the quality of there crops They began to use plows then moved up another step and used plows pulled by horses People started to have more food to eat so they could raise bigger families and
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