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FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)


a

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)


a

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)


a

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Villages all along the rivers start irrigation

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)


a

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Surplus grain

Need more food

Expand Irrigation

Population rises

Villages all along the rivers start irrigation

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

Priest organizes complex irrigation projects & is paid with offerings of grain

Artisans & craftsmen come to town to build temple or support it with goods & services

Priests use surplus grain to build & expand temple

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)


a

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Surplus grain

Need more food

Expand Irrigation

Population rises

Villages all along the rivers start irrigation

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

Priest organizes complex irrigation projects & is paid with offerings of grain

Artisans & craftsmen come to town to build temple or support it with goods & services

Priests use surplus grain to build & expand temple

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)


a

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Surplus grain

Need more food

Expand Irrigation

Population rises

Villages all along the rivers start irrigation

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

Priest organizes complex irrigation projects & is paid with offerings of grain

Artisans & craftsmen come to town to build temple or support it with goods & services

Priests use surplus grain to build & expand temple

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)


a

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Surplus grain

Need more food

Expand Irrigation

Population rises

Villages all along the rivers start irrigation

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

Priest organizes complex irrigation projects & is paid with offerings of grain

Artisans & craftsmen come to town to build temple or support it with goods & services

Priests use surplus grain to build & expand temple

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)


a

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Surplus grain

Need more food

Expand Irrigation

Population rises

Villages all along the rivers start irrigation

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

Priest organizes complex irrigation projects & is paid with offerings of grain

Artisans & craftsmen come to town to build temple or support it with goods & services

Priests use surplus grain to build & expand temple

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)


a

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Surplus grain

Need more food

Expand Irrigation

Population rises

Villages all along the rivers start irrigation

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

Priest organizes complex irrigation projects & is paid with offerings of grain

Artisans & craftsmen come to town to build temple or support it with goods & services

Priests use surplus grain to build & expand temple

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)


a

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Surplus grain

Need more food

Expand Irrigation

Population rises

Villages all along the rivers start irrigation

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

Priest organizes complex irrigation projects & is paid with offerings of grain

Artisans & craftsmen come to town to build temple or support it with goods & services

Priests use surplus grain to build & expand temple

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)


This is Mambatu the turnip god, sitting next to his offering of turnips given to him by the grateful farmers.


Mambatu is happy because the farmers built him a mud temple. of turnips given to him by the grateful farmers.


Mambatu is happy because the farmers built him a mud temple plus a mud hut for his priest and a mud warehouse for his turnips.



So the people made Mambatu into a wooden idol & he’s happy again. Meanwhile, the priest has had to expand the irrigation for the growing population, which means even more turnip offerings.



So the people have made Mambatu a square temple, and he’s happy again. Meanwhile, the priest has had to expand the irrigation for the growing population, which is settling in square huts around Mambatu’s temple. They make them square because it’s getting crowded and square huts make more efficient use of space. Also Mambatu’s turnip offereings are growing, so he has had to build two more warehouses & hire an assistant priest to count them. even more turnip offerings.


But look. Mambatu is unhappy again, because he has a nice square temple and is only made of wood.


So the priest has hired a merchant to go trade some turnips for gold. He then hired a goldsmith to make Mambatu a gold idol, and he’s happy again.


The priest has also had to direct more irrigation projects to sustain the growing population. That means more turnips for Mambatu, more assistant priests to count them, & more settlers around the temple.


As the irrigation projects expand, so does the population, turnip offerings, and number of settlers around Mambatu, who is very happy…but not for long.



So the priest brought in some workers to build Mambatu a two storey temple, making him very happy. The priest has also had to direct even more irrigation projects to sustain the growing population. That means more turnips for Mambatu, more assistant priests to count them, & more settlers around the temple.


But look. Mambatu is unhappy again, because he doesn’t have nice colorful feathers like the priest down the river got for his god, Esmeralda goddess of tomatoes.


So the priest brought in more merchants to go buy some feathers for Mambatu. Once again, Mambatu is happy. And once again, the priest has also had to direct even more irrigation projects to sustain the growing population. That means more turnips for Mambatu, more assistant priests to count them, & more settlers around the temple. In fact there are so many people and riches that the priest brought in more workers to build walls around their town to guard the turnips.


And so the city grows… feathers for Mambatu. Once again, Mambatu is happy. And once again, the priest has also had to direct even more irrigation projects to sustain the growing population. That means more turnips for Mambatu, more assistant priests to count them, & more settlers around the temple. In fact there are so many people and riches that the priest brought in more workers to build walls around their town to guard the turnips.


….and grows… feathers for Mambatu. Once again, Mambatu is happy. And once again, the priest has also had to direct even more irrigation projects to sustain the growing population. That means more turnips for Mambatu, more assistant priests to count them, & more settlers around the temple. In fact there are so many people and riches that the priest brought in more workers to build walls around their town to guard the turnips.


….and grows… feathers for Mambatu. Once again, Mambatu is happy. And once again, the priest has also had to direct even more irrigation projects to sustain the growing population. That means more turnips for Mambatu, more assistant priests to count them, & more settlers around the temple. In fact there are so many people and riches that the priest brought in more workers to build walls around their town to guard the turnips.


….and the more it grows the more the priest has to hire assistant priests, builders, and guards for the walls. And each time he does that, he has to expand the city’s irrigation to support its growing population.


But the city has grown so much that many of its people can’t see how beautiful Mambatu is. And that make Mambatu sad.


So the priest brings in even more workers to add a whole new level to the temple. And, once again, Mambatu is happy.


So the city continues to grow, the priest keeps expanding the irrigation system to feed everyone, and Mambatu gets more turnips.


In fact, the population around the temple has grown so much that the people need all sorts of new products and services…


….like potters…. that the people need all sorts of new products and services…


….and tool makers…. that the people need all sorts of new products and services…


….and orthodontists…. that the people need all sorts of new products and services…


a that the people need all sorts of new products and services…

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Surplus grain

Need more food

Expand Irrigation

Population rises

Villages all along the rivers start irrigation

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

Priest organizes complex irrigation projects & is paid with offerings of grain

Artisans & craftsmen come to town to build temple or support it with goods & services

Priests use surplus grain to build & expand temple

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)


a that the people need all sorts of new products and services…

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Surplus grain

Need more food

Expand Irrigation

Population rises

Villages all along the rivers start irrigation

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

Priest organizes complex irrigation projects & is paid with offerings of grain

Artisans & craftsmen come to town to build temple or support it with goods & services

Priests use surplus grain to build & expand temple

Cities emerge all along the valley which keep expanding farmland to support their rising popul’s

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)


a that the people need all sorts of new products and services…

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Surplus grain

Need more food

Expand Irrigation

Population rises

Villages all along the rivers start irrigation

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

Priest organizes complex irrigation projects & is paid with offerings of grain

Artisans & craftsmen come to town to build temple or support it with goods & services

Priests use surplus grain to build & expand temple

Cities emerge all along the valley which keep expanding farmland to support their rising popul’s

Large pop’s of civ’s in hot climates of Mid East & India gradually adapt to infectious diseases

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)


a that the people need all sorts of new products and services…

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Surplus grain

Need more food

Expand Irrigation

Population rises

Villages all along the rivers start irrigation

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

Priest organizes complex irrigation projects & is paid with offerings of grain

Artisans & craftsmen come to town to build temple or support it with goods & services

Priests use surplus grain to build & expand temple

Cities emerge all along the valley which keep expanding farmland to support their rising popul’s

Large pop’s of civ’s in hot climates of Mid East & India gradually adapt to infectious diseases

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)

Advantage over nomadic pop’s who haven’t come into contact w/these diseases (FC.9)


a that the people need all sorts of new products and services…

Villages all along the rivers start irrigation

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Surplus grain

Need more food

Expand Irrigation

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

Population rises

Artisans & craftsmen come to town to build temple or support it with goods & services

Priests use surplus grain to build & expand temple

Cities emerge all along the valley which keep expanding farmland to support their rising popul’s

Greater concentrations of wealth & population

Large pop’s of civ’s in hot climates of Mid East & India gradually adapt to infectious diseases

Priest organizes complex irrigation projects & is paid with offerings of grain

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)

Advantage over nomadic pop’s who haven’t come into contact w/these diseases (FC.9)


a that the people need all sorts of new products and services…

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Surplus grain

Need more food

Expand Irrigation

Population rises

Villages all along the rivers start irrigation

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

Artisans & craftsmen come to town to build temple or support it with goods & services

Priests use surplus grain to build & expand temple

Cities emerge all along the valley which keep expanding farmland to support their rising popul’s

Greater concentrations of wealth & population

Rising gap b/w rich & poor

Large pop’s of civ’s in hot climates of Mid East & India gradually adapt to infectious diseases

Priest organizes complex irrigation projects & is paid with offerings of grain

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)

Advantage over nomadic pop’s who haven’t come into contact w/these diseases (FC.9)


However, similar conditions tend to lead to similar results, and other cities are springing up along the hot dry river valley that worship their own vegetable deities, like Ollie the Okra god and Bob, lord of Broccoli.





a leads to….

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Surplus grain

Need more food

Expand Irrigation

Population rises

Priest organizes complex irrigation projects & is paid with offerings of grain

Villages all along the rivers start irrigation

Priests use surplus grain to build & expand temple

Cities emerge all along the valley which keep expanding farmland to support their rising popul’s

Greater concentrations of wealth & population

Rising gap b/w rich & poor

Crime need strong govt.

Large pop’s of civ’s in hot climates of Mid East & India gradually adapt to infectious diseases

Artisans & craftsmen come to town to build temple or support it with goods & services

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)

Advantage over nomadic pop’s who haven’t come into contact w/these diseases (FC.9)


a leads to….

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Surplus grain

Need more food

Expand Irrigation

Population rises

Villages all along the rivers start irrigation

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

Priest organizes complex irrigation projects & is paid with offerings of grain

Priests use surplus grain to build & expand temple

Cities emerge all along the valley which keep expanding farmland to support their rising popul’s

Greater concentrations of wealth & population

Rising gap b/w rich & poor

Crime need strong govt.

Wars b/w cities over water rights & land

Large pop’s of civ’s in hot climates of Mid East & India gradually adapt to infectious diseases

Artisans & craftsmen come to town to build temple or support it with goods & services

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)

Advantage over nomadic pop’s who haven’t come into contact w/these diseases (FC.9)


a leads to….

Priest organizes complex irrigation projects & is paid with offerings of grain

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Surplus grain

Need more food

Expand Irrigation

Population rises

Villages all along the rivers start irrigation

Artisans & craftsmen come to town to build temple or support it with goods & services

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

Cities emerge all along the valley which keep expanding farmland to support their rising popul’s

Greater concentrations of wealth & population

Rising gap b/w rich & poor

Crime need strong govt.

Wars b/w cities over water rights & land

Wars become chronic

Large pop’s of civ’s in hot climates of Mid East & India gradually adapt to infectious diseases

Priests use surplus grain to build & expand temple

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)

Advantage over nomadic pop’s who haven’t come into contact w/these diseases (FC.9)


a leads to….

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Surplus grain

Need more food

Expand Irrigation

Population rises

Villages all along the rivers start irrigation

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

Priest organizes complex irrigation projects & is paid with offerings of grain

Artisans & craftsmen come to town to build temple or support it with goods & services

Cities emerge all along the valley which keep expanding farmland to support their rising popul’s

Greater concentrations of wealth & population

Rising gap b/w rich & poor

Crime need strong govt.

Wars b/w cities over water rights & land

Wars become chronic

Need a strong war leader

Large pop’s of civ’s in hot climates of Mid East & India gradually adapt to infectious diseases

Priests use surplus grain to build & expand temple

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)

Advantage over nomadic pop’s who haven’t come into contact w/these diseases (FC.9)


a leads to….

Priest organizes complex irrigation projects & is paid with offerings of grain

Population growth Migration into hot dry river valley of Tigris & Euphrates

Surplus grain

Need more food

Expand Irrigation

Population rises

Villages all along the rivers start irrigation

Artisans & craftsmen come to town to build temple or support it with goods & services

Common culture promoted by easy trade & transport by water

Cities emerge all along the valley which keep expanding farmland to support their rising popul’s

Greater concentrations of wealth & population

Rising gap b/w rich & poor

Crime need strong govt.

Wars b/w cities over water rights & land

Wars become chronic

Need a strong war leader

Large pop’s of civ’s in hot climates of Mid East & India gradually adapt to infectious diseases

Priests use surplus grain to build & expand temple

FC.6 THE RISE OF HYDRAULIC CIVILIZATIONS & THEIR IMPACT

Birth of agriculture in uplands of Mesopotamia (FC.4)

Advantage over nomadic pop’s who haven’t come into contact w/these diseases (FC.9)

Permanent kings who provide strong govt. & build history’s first empires (FC.10)


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