Grant L., Andrew M., Nicole P
Culture is inherited knowledge, beliefs, and other things that a civilization does or worships that connects them in a way. Some citizens may have the same writing style or architecture. There are many different types of culture, such as art, music, games, religion and many more. The reason why the River Valley civilization had culture was because they wanted to make their civilization better than before. Culture can also bring the citizens together, so that they can decide on issues together, which eliminates fighting. The five major ways culture impacted the River Valley Civilization were religion, writing, architecture, innovations, and achievements. Religion had controlled the way people would do activities in their daily lives. Writing had changed the way people business dealings were done and also how records were kept. Architecture had impacted the study of mathematics, science, and engineering. Innovations had affected job specialization and wider gaps between the social classes. Achievements paved the way for more complex economics and military systems. The culture developments during the River Valley civilization made the largest impact on the people.
Temple Of Babylon
A deconstructed ziggurat when it was conquered
Hanging Garden of Babylon
One of the wonders of the world.
A temple for the gods.
Writing changed many Aspects
Religion Was important in Mesopotamia
Innovations was important in the Mesopotamian's lives
Architecture had helped Mesopotamia shape their civilization
- Ancient people would have the knowledge to divide, multiply, add, and subtract. This helped in mathematics.
- The Mesopotamians would make certain buildings and tools, such as ziggurats and sundials, with actual bricks, stone, and wood instead of mud. This was an improvement to their engineering.
- People would have the knowledge to predict the movements of the planets. This helped in science.