Civilization in Africa
The African continent has undergone different changes over the years. Before various
European nations colonized the Africans, they were using different traditional methods in the
leadership styles. The Africans were organized into small groups that comprised of people who
shared several things like language, culture among other things. However, in this type of
organizations language was the primary tool that was used in defining certain clans found in
many parts of the African states. However, such groups would plan for cultural events. Cultural
events were seen as the symbol of unity between clans. Clan elders would issue leadership
guidelines and administer justice wherever there was a need. Offenders in the ancient African
culture would be presented to the clan elders to be judged.
However, civilization in Africa rose immediately after many individuals started settling
in lush areas that sheltered them away from the desert life may have been experiencing. The first
scenario of civilization in Africa happened in the northern part of Africa, present day Egypt.
However, civilization in Egypt happened at around 3150 BC around the lush Nile River delta,
and by this time Egypt was under the leadership of one ruler called Menes. Menses did a
tremendous thing to Egypt as a nation, and this was after unifying the entire area into a kingdom.
Civilization process in Egypt
The Egyptian civilization is said to have grown for many years, and this was happening
because the Nile river valley, the Mediterranean and the Red Sea border was used in keeping
foreigners with their ideas away from spoiling what was happening in Egypt. River Nile has been
an important tool in the Egypt civilization history. The Nile River was said to provide a
communication and trade route across the vast and harsh land. The river would undergo
flooding each year, and this was one great way of nourishing the dry land found in Egypt
because most of Egypt was a desert. The flooding provided the residents and opportunity to plant
crops which were used to feed the expand...