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How did the Indus Valley Civilization differ from other ancient civilizations? The Indus Valley civilization was unlike other ancient civilizations that existed at the same time. They did not build massive monuments. They did not create fancy tombs for the rich. There were no mummies, no emperors, and no violent wars.
How is Indus Valley civilization different from other civilizations? Unlike Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt, the inhabitants of the Indus Valley Civilization did not build large, monumental structures. There is no conclusive evidence of palaces or temples—or even of kings, armies, or priests—and the largest structures may be granaries.
What is the difference between Indus Valley Civilization and Egyptian civilization? 1. The Egyptian civilization flourished around the Nile river whereas, the Indus valley civilization flourished around the river Indus. The artists of the Egyptian civilization built temples, pyramids and extensive statues of Gods and Kings.
How Indus Valley civilization was different from Mesopotamia? Indus Valley:Among the first to develop a system of uniform weights and measures. Mesopotamia:Invented metal and copper making, glass and lamp making and many other things. Indus Valley:Based on the Hindu caste system. Mesopotamia :Was highly stratified which means it had an upper, middle and lower class.
How were Indus Valley cities different from cities of other early civilizations? B. They were neatly planned. The Indus government relied on hereditary kings and appointed governors.
The Indus Valley civilization was a Bronze Age civilization(3300–1300 BC; mature period 2700-1700 BC) The civilization was in the subcontinent. It was discovered by archaeologists in the 1880s.
Unlike the Egyptians, Harappans built no monumental structures for their communities. b. Harappan farmers’ cultivation yielded surpluses, while Egyptian farmers struggled to avoid famine.
Harappa was, in fact, such a rich discovery that the Indus Valley Civilization is also called the Harappan civilization. The first artifact uncovered in Harappa was a unique stone seal carved with a unicorn and an inscription. The findings clearly show that Harappan societies were well organized and very sanitary.
Egyptians were very progressive in Science, medicine, mathematics etc. Indus valley people were good engineers who built Docks, were very good in plumbing, sanitation, drainage etc. Both used very good materials which lasted for 1000s of years but used different kinds of materials in different ways.
2. The significant features of Indus Valley civilization are personal cleanliness, town planning, construction of burnt-brick houses, ceramics, casting, forging of metals, manufacturing of cotton and woolen textiles. 3. Mohenjo-Daro people had finest bath facilities, drainage system, and knowledge of personal hygiene.
Both Mesopotamia and Harappan civilizations were agrarian cultures located along River Valleys. They were also both urbanized with strong city-building traditions, reflected both in the great city states of Sumer or Babylon in Mesopotamia,and, in the Indus River, Harappa itself and Mohenjo-daro.
2) Most of the Harappan people lived in small villages while most of the Mesopotamians lived in cities and towns. 3) The Harappans had walls built to protect their houses while the Mesopotamians had walls built to protect their cities and town. 4) The Harppan people were peaceful in comparison to the Mesopotamians.
The Indus Valley Civilization contained more than 1,000 cities and settlements. These cities contained well-organized wastewater drainage systems, trash collection systems, and possibly even public granaries and baths. Although there were large walls and citadels, there is no evidence of monuments, palaces, or temples.
Though there are a number of similarities, but Indus Valley Civilisation was distinct from the other civilizations in the following ways: Geographical Extent: The Harappa civilization was 20 times greater than Egypt and 12 times larger than combining area of Egypt and Mesopotamia.
One reason archaeologists, and average people, don’t know much about the Indus, is that it was only discovered in the 1920s. Since then, researchers have identified more than 1,000 settlements, which from the surface appear to belong to the culture.
The Indus Valley Civilization was a cultural and political entity which flourished in the northern region of the Indian subcontinent between c. 7000 – c. 600 BCE.
What is one conclusion about the Indus Valley civilization? Conclusion: The Indus Valley people gave to the world its earliest cities, its town planning, its architecture in stone and clay, and showed their concern for health and sanitation. They built a scientific drainage system in their cities.
The Indus valley civilization is famous for town planning and advanced engineering. Cities like Mohenjodaro and Harappa had citadels to the West which were built on a higher platform and the residential area was in the east. Both of these were surrounded by high brick walls.
Which of the following is an accurate comparison between people in the Americas and those in Afro-Eurasias? Populations in the Americas were more widely scattered and isolated from each other. People could specialize in making goods for the consumption of others.
In ancient Indian and Egyptian civilizations it was very strong shaping force in political structures, but both the religious beliefs and the resulting political system were different, just like pharaohs were different from rajas. The way Egyptians and Indians blended religion with politics bears certain similarities.
Religion. The religions in both Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt were polytheistic, meaning they believed in multiple gods and goddesses, and were based on nature. Both civilizations had gods of the sky, earth, freshwater, and the sun, as well as gods devoted to human emotions and the underworld.
The Indus civilisation is also known as the Harappan Civilisation, after its type site, Harappa, the first of its sites to be excavated early in the 20th century in what was then the Punjab province of British India and is now in Pakistan.
The greatest achievement of the Indus Valley were the cities of Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro with their impressive, organized and regular layout. The cities were unique in the sense that they showed urban planning employed in ancient times.
The origin of Indus civilization can be dated between 5500 BC and 3500 BC. Indus civilization evolved gradually and spread across northern parts of Indian subcontinent. The discovery of Harappan seals with unknown symbols by J Fleet triggered an excavation campaign under Sir John Marshall in 1921.
The early river valley civilizations; which developed in Mesopotamia, Egypt, Indus, and China, had more similarities than differences. The river valley civilizations were similar when it came to their writing systems, inventions, and geography. Both writing systems presented objects or ideas.