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  1. Ancient World Yanni Delvalle 3-28-12

  2. Introduction This slid is going to be about the achievements of man kind. And how we came to be to today. From hunters and gathers to the Rome's and beyond.

  3. The Ice Age Dering the ice age glaciers from north and south poles covered the earth and on the way covering the planet they scraped on the surface. Also on the way retreading back to the poles they did the same. During the thousands of years animals had to learn to live in the cold.

  4. Early Man Early man most likely started in Africa. Because scientists found spear points in the ground. And found cave paintings of the animals they hunted.

  5. Early Farmers Before farming people were hunters and gathers. Some could adapt plant. As years want on they discovered the plow to tern offer the soil.

  6. Mesopotamia When the Mesopotamia was at its peck they were discovering new ways to plant and farm. They were the people that discovered the plow. They used it to tern over the land.

  7. Egypt Egypt was one of the greatest empires in history. That mate that they need more food and water for there people and for there offerings to the gods. So they made irrigation was for there crops and farmed on the side of the Nile River and trade on it. And they built dames to control the flooding of the river.

  8. Greece Greece as many mountains. The mountains were so big that they keep Greece from uniting. Only 20 percent of the Greek soil is good for planting. Greece's land is pore and rocky. And there is not much flat land.

  9. Rome The early Latins were famers. They raised goats, cattle, sheep, and pigs. They also grew wheat, olives, grapes, and many other crops.

  10. End