Indus Valley Civilization

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History

 

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Marjorie K

 

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July 8, 2013

 

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University

 

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A

 

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The positive side of these unpredictable floods and seasonal winds was the fertile soil along the Indus River. Research has found that the cities of the Indus Valley Civilizations had very well planned plumbing systems, sewers, and waste disposal, which was one of the thought to be one of the adaptations that only the Indus Valley Civilizations had started to use...
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This civilization was also an agriculturally based economy. Subsistence agriculture wasn't the only thing that the Indus River Civilization had used to support themselves, the Indus people also traded goods. The staple crop, cotton, was said to be the crop that tied the Mesopotamian and Indus Civilizations together, which in turn explains how the Indus peoples expanded their culture, through trade...
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