Common features of the civilizations of the Ancient East lie in similar economic, agricultural traditions and organization of society.
In Ancient Mesopotamia, cereals, horticultural and horticultural crops were grown.
In Egypt, grain crops were grown, and horticulture was actively developed.
The population of Ancient India was mainly engaged in agriculture. Local crops were cultivated, large areas were allocated for rice.
Rice and millet became the basis of the diet of the inhabitants of ancient China. Many garden and vegetable garden plants were also cultivated.
In ancient Egypt, the first city-states arose in the same way as in Mesopotamia, around temples.
In Egypt and Mesopotamia, for the first time, the main problems of architectural proportions, monumentality, giving grandeur to public buildings, and creating ensembles were solved.
The cities of India had the correct layout: they contained a citadel and residential areas, divided by streets into quarters. People lived in one-, two- and three-story houses.
In China, the most ancient cities arose in the Yellow He Valley in the area of irrigated agriculture relatively close to each other.