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•What forces contributed to the cultural makeup of early civilizations? •What social issues arose because of this cultural makeup? •What were the main cultural influences on early
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The first culture started in the days of the caveman. Their culture revolved around family, hunting, and the dangers that were present during that time. Their stories were passed down through the generations. [ As they moved around to different lands, their culture changed to include new experiences. In each early civilization, that main forces were simple, survival and creating new tools to
facilitate this survival. As humans evolved, so did their culture. Humans became more intelligent and created tools, homes, and simple machines to help them develop the land and survive. Forms of religion and worship were also forces that helped to shape many early civilizations.Because different groupings of humans developed different cultures, misunderstandings and disagreements over land became more common. If two groups could not understand each other, it is easy to get offended without cause. Wars lead to the development of armies and more food production. The development of tools lead to the development of weapons. Religious wars also became common as different cultures worshiped different deitiesWhat were the main cultural influences on early civilizations? In the beginning, the main influences were the desire for food, clothing, warmth, and housing for their families. In later times, food, housing, region, and the security were the influences present. ]
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