The Indus Valley: The Copper Trade of Antiquity and the Modern Day, the Mohenjo-Daro Civilization, Egyptian vs. Mesoamerican Farming, Branding Products With Animals, Pipes and Sewage and Dholavira, India, the World’s Oldest Water Management System, Earthquake Resistance Building, the Mathematics of Building, and Trade Being More Profitable Than Conflict

The first metal traded on an industrial scale in the ancient world was copper. Copper still plays an important role in the modern day with $90,000,000,000 ($90 billion) being sold each year upon the London Metal Exchange. The first civilization in Asia is Mohenjo-Daro, a site which is 250 hectares in size and was home to an estimated 40,000 - 60,000 people. Mohenjo-Daro was at the center of a civilization within the Indus Valley which was as old as any in Egypt or Mesopotamia. Mohenjo-Daro is so...

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