Agriculturalist

By: Bryson Singleton

Information about the settlers how they lived and what they ate

Many of years ago settlers built cities along the Euphrates and the Tigris rivers. Wildlife and vegetation kept them fed while they started to build their new world. They wove baskets from the weeds that grew along the rivers and made pottery from wet clay. They raised sheep, goats, and cows. They enjoyed fish, cheese, eggs, roasted duck, pork, and deer. The poisoned fields collapsed from water evaporating witch left mineral salts behind and they became poisonous to the plants. They ate meat, bread, vegetables, fish, and fruits. They would live close to the water so that they could eat animals that, were in the water and the animals drinking the water also for their plants so they could get water from there. To get ready for planting you would have to flood, plough, harrow, sow, water, and harvest.


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