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post  at least  100  words  each  that  contribute  to  the  quality  of  the  discussion  as  a  learning  activity, and   demonstrate your grasp of the  topic.soilThe  transition    from  the  small  nomadic  clans  of  30 to  60  people  during  the  paleolithic era to  the  large  settlements of the neolithic era  directly  relates  to  agriculture. during  the  paleolithic  the  people  were  always  moving and  never  establishing a  settlement. these  early  people had no need  for  multiple facets and structures of an established society. with the start of agriculture  people  of  neolithic  era  started to create  larger and larger groups, forming villages out of neccessity. the benefits of forming these groups  was the added safely and security of being in  a  group. they  were  safe from bandits and anyone  else who  would take thier land or possesion. they  were also  able to create surplus of goods with  the amount of forms in the settlement. the  surplus   of  goods enabled  trade of good and with trade came prosperity. with the change  of their  dynamic froup, they  needed to  change how they made decisions and governed themselves. they needed  new  laws and ways to enforce these laws. out of this need a centralized ”government” was established. creation of these laws was done by the cheiftain and  councel members. the laws they created would  govern disputes and interactions on these peoples property, and the laws would cover trade practices. if  we look  specifically at the king of  egypt, we see a  centralized ruling that controlled  everything. the king controlled all the land, controlled the taxes and controlled the creation and enforcement of laws. the evolution of hunter-gather nomadic tribes of egypt  transformed into one of the largest and most prosperous  civilizations of the early world. all it took was the black fertile soil of the Nile  River to  change thier entire  dynamic of their people. enabling  them to  settle, cultivate the land and raise animals for food. soil  was  the catalyst to take  a  leader in a small  group and over the centuries transformed the position  into a  king  and  god.

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