same question... geography assignment.
Numerous important Ancient Civilizations developed in the Middle East. The most famous two were the Ancient Egyptians and the various Mesopotamian Civilizations (like the Sumerians, Akkadians, Babylonians, Assyrians, the Neo-Assyrians, and the Neo-Babylonians, etc.). There were also the Persian and Mede Empires, the Hittite and Lydian Anatolian civilizations, the Phoenicians, the Ancient Greek City States, the Israelites (divided between Israel and Judah), and the Arameans.
ATHENS=based on education and entertainmentSPARTA=based strictly on military and poo
The ancient ones had no rights.
Egypt was one of the first and oldest civilizations to develop. They developed along with Mesopotamia. The differences were in social culture, architecture, and art.
The Ancient period of history is generally accepted as ending 500 CE, followed by the Dark Age, then Middle Age and Modern Age.
Historians study cultural hearths to make connections between ancient civilizations.
There were several of them. "Ancient" usually concerns the Civilizations that existed anytime between about 4,000 BC until the first century AD. Most well-known are the Sumerian, Mesopotamian and Persian civilizations and the Egyptian, Greek and Roman civilizations. In the Americas, the Inca and Maya civilizations, although younger, sometimes also are counted as 'ancient' civilizations.
They're different countries
In many Islamic civilizations in ancient times, much emotional and spiritual poetry was written from one male friend to another, such as Rumi's Diwan of Shams of Tabriz. This practice declined during the time of European colonization.
Sparta was part of Greece-it was a city in it.
one's persian and another is egyptian!
written forms of communication