Essay What is a Civilization?

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What is a civilization? This is a big question that some experts still debate it to find the best definition, especially between archeologists who have a definition of civilization for earlier civilization and anthropologist whose definition concern about recent civilization. However, both early and late civilization has many evidences that proof many steps of process in formating a civilization. Surprisedly, some research has found the remarkable evolving process from earlier civilization to the more modern one. Understanding the formationprocess of the civilization is believed can help us to define what a civilization is. Generally, forming a civilization takes a long-complex process and has some certain components as support.
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Around 9000 B.C.E, the early stage of civilization formation was indicated by semi-nomadic society. Having nomadic soul, however, the semi-nomadic tried to reconstruction the earlier civilization and develop it greater than the old one in the cultural and geography component (Butler, 2012). The nomads tried to organize their life simply. This organization is the pioneer of civilization. The males hunt for wild animals and the females gather the plants and also cultivate them. Yet, this cultivation could not stay longer because of lessening of ground fertility. Since there was no knowledge of how to cultivate well, the production of harvesting decline along with diminishing of ground fertility. Again, this group got a deficiency of foods, and should wander to find the new land to survive.
The advancement in thinking along the experience of their life, the late stage of the civilization formation was developed with some of supporting aspects. The failure in cultivation before is a good experience for them to learn how to grow plants. This people made a planting plan and build the supporting facility to cultivate. They tried to vary the kind of plants, barley and wild grains, for instance, and invented an irrigation system. Consequently, they can harvest their crop for a long time. Moreover, this advance human groups prefered to a wide opened fertile land to a
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