Water bieng an essential ingredient to life, and the flowin of water is nedded to develope a civilization. Not only to for drinking buy to flood away human waste. developed By the Egyptians off the Great River Nile which originates from Uganda and passed though Sudan and Ethopia before spilling out 2000 miles into the Mediteranean.
Hydraulic Civilizations are what created the flow of life.
"There is but little rain in Assyria. It it this which nourishes the roots of the corn; but it is irriagation that ripens the crop and brings grain to the fullness: it is not as in Egypt, where the river itself rises and floods the fields: in assyria they are waterd by hand and swinging beams. For the whole land of babylon, like Egypt is curt across by canals...There are no niether in the rest of Egypt, nor in the whole world, who gain from the soil with so little labour; they have not the toil of breaking up the land with the plough, nore hoeing...the river rises of itself, the water in the fields, and then sinks back again; thereupon each man sows his field sends swine into it to tread down the seed, and waits fr the harvest..." ~Dan MacGalvray
by Wolfdg8obelisk(Aswan)quarry December 06, 2009
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Water bieng an essential ingredient to life, and the flowin of water is nedded to develope a civilization. Not only to for drinking buy to flood away human waste. developed By the Egyptians off the Great River Nile which originates from Uganda and passed though Sudan and Ethopia before spilling out 2000 miles into the Mediteranean.
Hydraulic Civilizations are what created the flow of life.
"There is but little rain in Assyria. It it this which nourishes the roots of the corn; but it is irriagation that ripens the crop and brings grain to the fullness: it is not as in Egypt, where the river itself rises and floods the fields: in assyria they are waterd by hand and swinging beams. For the whole land of babylon, like Egypt is curt across by canals...There are no niether in the rest of Egypt, nor in the whole world, who gain from the soil with so little labour; they have not the toil of breaking up the land with the plough, nore hoeing...the river rises of itself, the water in the fields, and then sinks back again; thereupon each man sows his field sends swine into it to tread down the seed, and waits fr the harvest..." ~Dan MacGalvray
by Wolfdg8obelisk(Aswan)quarry December 06, 2009

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