The influence of the natural and geographical factor on the formation of states.

The geographical position of the states of the Ancient East allowed them to develop highly productive irrigated agriculture at the expense of fertile large rivers – this led to the emergence of highly productive agriculture.
On the territory of Ancient Greece there were no fertile river valleys, the whole territory was divided by mountains and was rich in minerals. This influenced the methods of economic management and the settlement of people and did not contribute to the creation of a single state. In such conditions, craft and trade played an important role. Geographic conditions led to the “Great Greek colonization” and the establishment of city-states.
The climate of Ancient Rome favorably promoted economic management. The territory was also rich in minerals, thanks to which craft and trade developed.

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