• fom fom bibi the grande
    3,000b.c-river valley civilizations emerge (development of writing, preserving written records of their history). The study of people is known as geography,which study their environments and the resources available to them. It is divided in 5themes: location(like latitude[ns] and longitude[ew], proximity...
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  • World Civilization Notes
    Similar creation myths are found among other communities. This is because human beings are always concerned with understanding ‘first things’ and how they led to more complex ones. Such myths are reinforced by science which intimates that our earth developed from ‘a ring of glowing gases cooled and...
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  • AP World Packet Ch 1-2
    time where the main food source came from personal production of resources; hunting and gathering became obsolete in a way, but was still around and did not disappear 4. Forager- a hunter/gatherer of food and/or other provisions 5. Neolithic- later part of the stone age where stone instruments prevailed...
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  • Harappan Civilization
    over modern borders Bronze AgeThis box:  * view  * talk  * edit | ↑ Chalcolithic | Near East (3300-1200 BCE)Caucasus, Anatolia, Levant, Egypt, Mesopotamia, Elam, JiroftBronze Age collapseEurope (3200-600 BCE)Aegean (Minoan)CaucasusBasarabi cultureCoțofeni culturePecica cultureOttoman cultureWietenberg...
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  • history 1001
    past gathering evidence & analyzing it, making interpretations way to construct arguments about past based on evidence goal of class is to teach how to think historically Herodotus ca. 484-420 BC Greek writer of “The History of the Persian Wars” used the word Historion (greek word - questioning...
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  • Ancient Humans and Early Civilizations Notes
    This is based on such things as social developments (art, music etc.) - Many times, scientists and historians find themselves studying people who did not have a written language - Fossils: are the recognizable remains of an animal/plant or impressions left by them - Anthropologists: are scientists...
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  • Chapter 11 Notes
    period. E S Neolithic- the period of the Stone Age associated with the ancient Agricultural Revolution(s). It follows the Paleolithic period. S Where did painting spread to? Were the symbols of the drawings similar in different cities? Food Gathering and Stone Technology Foragers- People who support...
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  • Ap World History Chaoters 1-6
    developed a sense of recognizing seasons, so they knew by positions of the sun, moon and stars what was expected. Also due to nature, they had a sense of religion, and over time began to make idolized gods of worship. | Origins of Urban Life | Cultivators, animal keepers, specialized laborers get classified...
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  • Foundations: C. 8000 B.C.E.–600 C.E.
    history in the environment and time 1. Environment 1. Geography and climate: Interaction of geography and climate with the development of human society a. Five Themes of Geography – consider these 1. Relative location – location compared to...
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  • Mespoptamia
    Comparing Mesopotamia to Egypt. This is my essay on comparing Mesopotamia to Egypt. In this essay I will be showing you three main points to why Mesopotamia is similar to Egypt. First point is they both have rivers that run beside them that they use for water. Second they both have temples where...
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  • China
    World History 1. How did geography shape Chinese history? How did it make it unique when compared to Mesopotamia and Egypt? Natural barriers isolated China’s fertile river valleys from other parts of Asia. 2. What does the discovery of oracle bones illustrate about the role of religion in Chinese society...
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  • Religion in History
    it was the Hebrews who exerted perhaps the greatest influence on western society as well as the western intellectual tradition” (“Hebrew”). The Hebrews first appeared in Mesopotamia and then migrated from Mesopotamia to Canaan and then into Egypt and back to Canaan. The Hebrew people were different...
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  • Difference of Egyptian and Mesopotamian Women
    time. One of the main differences between them was how they were viewed as equals with men, status in marriage. Although their similarities were in the sense of how they were associated with homemaking. In most civilizations, including Mesopotamia, women’s equality was lesser than men’s. Men could...
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  • LAP 1 Review
    take over the world since they had such a head start against everyone else? Sub-questions: Why did Eurasians take over the world? Why did a few hundred Spaniards overthrow the Aztecs and Incas? Why did these proximate advantages go to the Old world rather than the New World? Geographic determinism: ...
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  • Egypt vs Greece
    Egypt vs. Greece Greece and Egypt have played a governing responsibility in the creation of science, philosophy and social ethics. As extensively admired civilizations, Egypt and Greece exposed an immense display of both diversity and likeness in each facet of their organization; from their political...
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  • Isreal Conflict
    1. Where did the Jews get their name. 2 compare and contrast Arab tribes to Hebrews and the people of Muhammad. The term Judaism came about after the establishment of the state of Israel when the tribes divided into two, the northern and Judas kingdoms, ca 922-587 B.C.E. The customs and belief...
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  • Classical Era Outline
    Developments 1. Locating world history in the environment and time A. Environment 1. Geography and climate: Interaction of geography and climate with the development of human society a. Five Themes of Geography – consider these 1. Relative location – location compared to others 2. Physical characteristics...
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  • River Valley
    valleys are Mesopotamia and Egypt. Agriculture advanced and that is when jobs started popping up and then social classes started. Mesopotamia and Egypt have differences and similarities like social classes, geography, and religion. Mesopotamia and Egypt grew around rivers. Egypt had the Nile...
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  • Egypt, Mesopotamia and Ancient Greek Civilizations
    Michael Jones 10/5/2012 Cabrera Egypt, Mesopotamia and Ancient Greek Civilizations The Ancient Egyptians, Mesopotamia, and Greeks were some of the oldest complex societies, although similar in many aspects. Mesopotamia is located in the Fertile Crescent, land in and between the Tigris and Euphrates...
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  • Ap World History Textbook Outline 2000 Bce-1750
    then became introduced • The emergence of civilization occurred in many though not all agricultural societies • Early civilizations formed in Mesopotamia, Egypt, the Indus River Valley and China • Slash and burn agriculture- existed in many places of the [e world- burn off trees and farm intensely until...
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