Thursday, March 22, 2012

How Their Responses Contribute To Social, Cultural and Technological Changes

Ancient Civilization affect our world and the things we do today greatly. From the things we build, to clothes we wear, to food we eat, is all directly or indirectly connected to our past generations and their way of civilization.

At the Ancient Civilization museum, we saw an artifact that has similar use to an object use in our world, today. This is an example of how an ancient invention or idea may be a useful invention for the future. Wit modification, the ancient artifacts are all beneficial to our world today.

Picture of the Artifacts:

The above picture shows an artifact on display. The artifact are some ancient weapons used by early settlers. The artifacts are made of metal and are about the size of a finger. The artifact was used as a weapon by wearing the sharp metal rings on their fingers. This would then form something like a claw for them to use to protect themselves to attack.

We use this kind of invention today to, not widely, however, with modification. We take ideas from our past and make them better by adding or subtracting components from the invention to better suit the situation we are in today.

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