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The artificial facts show that the Huang He valley was the first center of Chinese civilization archaeologists think people stayed in the valley and farmed the land because of the rich soil.
As their numbers rose, they began building the towns and city up.
That's because they controlled land and had strong armies.
Rulers known as the Shang became powerful.
For thousands of years, Chinese farmers depended on rain to water their crops. During the Zhou dynasty, the Chinese developed irrigation and flood control systems.
The local rulers of the Zhou territories became powerful. They stopped obeying the Zhou kings and set up their own states. In 403 B.C. fight broke out.
As the fighting went on, the Chinese invented the saddle and stirrup. These let soldiers ride horses and use spears and crossbows while riding.
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