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Why were the twin rivers important to Sumerians life?

The twin rivers of Mesopotamia (modern Iraq) are the Tigris and Euphrates The rivers provided waters for irrigation and their flood plains renewed soil fertility.


How did mesopotamia irrigation systems allow civilization to develop?

When irrigation develpod to control the water from the rivers (Euphrates and Tigris rivers),a food surplus made Mesopotamia cropful which also made the appeareances of cities and population growth to form.-Find this in 6th grade textbooks Part 1 from Holt McDougal and its in chapter 6 about section 1-4 about Sumer and Mesopotamia.Hope this helped!


Why did people in Mesopotamia build canals?

people in mesopotamia built canals for irrigation systems such as dams,buildings, and rivers


What did the agriculture of mesopotamia depend on?

The geography of Mesopotamia is such that agriculture is possible only with irrigation and good drainage, a fact which has had a profound effect on the evolution of Mesopotamian civilization. The need for irrigation led the Sumerians and later the Akkadians to build their cities along the Tigris and Euphrates and the branches of these rivers. Some major cities, such as Ur and Uruk, took root on tributaries of the Euphrates, while others, notably Lagash, were built on branches of the Tigris. The rivers provided the further benefits of fish (used both for food and fertilizer), reeds and clay (for building materials). With irrigation the food supply in Mesopotamia was quite rich with the Tigris and Euphrates River valleys forming the northeastern portion of the Fertile Crescent, which also included the Jordan River valley & that of the Nile. Although land nearer to the rivers was fertile and good for crops, portions of land farther from the water were dry and largely uninhabitable. This is why the development of irrigation was very important for settlers of Mesopotamia. Other Mesopotamian innovations include the control of water by dams and the use of aqueducts. Early settlers of fertile land in Mesopotamia used wooden plows to soften the soil before planting crops such as barley, onions, grapes, turnips and apples. Mesopotamian settlers were some of the first people to make beer and wine.


How did Mespotamians get water to their crops?

They used irrigation tunnels so when it rained or flooded the water would be caught and flow to the crops they also connected these tunnels to rivers near by

Related questions

Irrigation allowed farms to be what rivers?

Farther from


Irrigation allowed what to be farther from rivers?

Cultivation and other farming


Early irrigation allowed what to be farther from rivers?

Farming


During the earliest years of agricultural development allowed farms to be farther from the rivers?

Irrigation


What human development allowed crop growing farther from rivers?

irrigation


Around 10 000 years ago allowed crop growing to be farther from rivers?

irrigation


Irrigation allowed farms to be?

Irrigation allowed farms to be further away from rivers. Irrigation is an artificial way to bring water to the land or soil.


How did irrigation canals expanded farmland in Egypt?

Irrigation canals expanded farmland because they haelped farmers bring water to areas of farmland that were not close to rivers or lakes. Irrigation canals were set up so that water would flow to vegetation and crops that were farther from the rivers or lakes.


Why did human civilization first grow up along rivers?

Rivers are a good source of fish and fresh water. They can be irrigated more easily than lakes too. Areas around rivers provided more fertile farmland. Irrigation projects starts close to the river and then expands from it, the farther an area is from the river the less water they will have for irrigation.


What effect does irrigation have on soil groundwater and rivers?

The effect irrigation has on soil is that it dampens it, making it better for growing crops. To groundwater, irrigation fills it up with water. Rivers are affected by irrigation by the irrigation flowing into it.


Cause and effect for who used the rivers for irrigation?

I think the Inka tribe used irrigation.


To do this farmers moved water from rivers?

Irrigation