Mesopotamia and Egypt

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1 Mesopotamia and Egypt Stephanie Wilson Hum/100 October 31, 2016 Nye Clinton
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2 Mesopotamia and Egypt During Prehistory, man began as nomadic people and they survived by gathering food and hunting. As time progressed, man started to settle in areas and their nomadic tendencies stopped and gave way to civilizations. Two such civilizations include the areas of Mesopotamia and Egypt. Both of these civilizations had similarities and differences in the geographical features and political structures of their cultures. These similarities and differences show in different parts of each culture such as art, architecture, philosophy, music, and literature. Cultural Developments from Prehistory Geographical Features and Political Structures Both Mesopotamia and Egypt border the Mediterranean Sea. Mesopotamia was located between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, while Egypt was on the Nile River. Mesopotamia consisted of geographical features which included plains, mountains, and the river valleys. Egypt
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