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The Yellow River valley
Transcript of The Yellow River valley
-villages and cities
-roads or canals for irrigation and transportation.
-Trade with other cities. The Shang are the main people of the yellow river. They hold the capital city of Anyang the biggest city in the yellow river. The shang are the biggest civilization in the area and they are continuing expansion to build new homes and places for people like you. The city of Anyang was majestic holding thousands of people living in a confortable and clean environment. It has specialized workers each skilled in what they do. If you want a new pot for the house stop by one of our world class markets and pick on up. Not only that but check out some of the goods that we have in stock made everyday for you. For desert we have a huge array of delicious fruits to make your mouth water as well as bee's honey and milk cream to make a delicious mouth watering taste. Looking for food we got it. We have delicious and well made meals made from only the freshest ingredients. Freshly caught fish and meat with natural vegetables farmed to the finiest make a delicious meal anyday. 3995B.C.E Civilization begins to form around yellow river valley. 4100B.C.E Large cities such as Anyang begin appear around the river. 4500B.C.E Full civilization is established and life is in full swing. Bibliography
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World History:Patterns of Interaction. N.p.: McDougal Littell, 2005.