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FC: The World River Valley's Trey Dellinger

1: CONTENTS Page 2,3: Mesopotamia Page 4,5: Indus Page 6,7: China Page 8,9: Egypt

2: Mesopotamia | This is Hammurabis code.This is the first set of written laws. | Mesopotamia is the oldest river valley civilization. Mesopotamia has to river's called Tigris, and Euphrates.

3: The people of mesopotamia is polythestic because they believed in many gods. A form of technology in mesopotamia is a plow.

4: INDUS The two major river's in Indus are the Indus river and the Gangus river. This is what Indus looks like when the river flood's around the city.

5: Plumbing an sewage was a piece of technology the indus people use. They were also the first to ever have plumbing an sewage system. | This is the indus language, this language is yet to be understood.

6: CHINA China is is in Asia. China has two main rivers, the rivers are the yellow river,and the yangtze river. This the great wall of China this is a little bit of China's technology.

7: China has a deep religion that they go by. The Chinese believe that when your parents get old you must take care of them.

8: EYGPT Egypt is different from the other countries that have two main rivers. Well Egypt has one large river that goes across the whole country called the Nile River. The Nile River to Egypt provides fertile land.

9: In Egypt Pharaohs were kings because they were seen as a goal. In Egypt they also believed that i you preserve a body it would be good for the after life.

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