they made weights for scales. These advances helped fuel a great economy in both civilizations The Mesopotamian and Indus Valley civilizations may have seemed similar in trade it was what they traded that proves them to be different. Both of their economies relied heavily around agriculture and trading amongst other civilizations. When they started farming populations started to grow and because of this more people were able to trade and make the civilizations wealthier. The civilizations traded their wealth with each other allowing them to become wealthier. They were also able to spread their knowledge with each other. They both had boats which allowed for access to more civilizations allowing them to spread wealth with even more people. The Mesopotamians traded stones that were precious. Then the Indus Valley traded jewelry and cotton. These two river Civilizations economic power reflected on their citizens and knowledge The early civilizations of Mesopotamia and Indus Valley shared some similarities and differences in their architecture, technology and their economy. These two civilizations used mud bricks to construct buildings. They both advanced mathematical processes. Mesopotamia invented the wheel while the Indus valley created the ruler. These two civilizations are different
they do have their fare share of similarities in architecture, technology and economies.
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