Droughts have had a devastating effect throughout history. As soil dries up, cities die and civilizations collapse. The Akkadian Empire in Syria, 2334-2193 B.C. collapsed. A 100-year drought that brought a 30 percent decline in precipitation is considered to be a major factor in its decline. The old kingdom of...
Full story at bouldercityreview.com
  • Ap
  • Frivolous
  • Devastating
  • Droughts
  • Civilizations
  • Collapse
  • Akkadian
  • 2334 2193
  • Collapsed