• Ap World History Unit 1 Exam
    )        Tigris-Euphrates (E)        Mekong  64. Which of the following areas was NOT one of the earliest civilizations to develop? (A)        Middle East (B)        Northeastern Africa (C)        West Africa (D)        Northwestern India (E)        Northern China  65. The Neolithic revolution...
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    ., peoples of the eastern Sudan started to domesticate cattle and became nomadic herders. (p. 61) After 9000 BC 54. Due to a climatic shift the Sahara desert, which had been cool and well watered, became increasingly arid and uninhabitable around (p. 61) Northern Africa 55...
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  • Contrast & Compare
    ). M. Compare interactions in any two regions during this time period: 1. Pre-Columbian Americas 2. Eastern Europe 3. Western Europe 4. Sub-Saharan Africa 5. Islamic World 6. South Asia 7. East Asia 8. South East Asia III...
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  • World History Lecture Notes
    * ------------------------------------------------- 14 domesticated animals over 100 lbs The spread of the Neolithic Revolution * Climate too dry * Move from fertile crescent * Most villages were abandoned in fertile crescent * People over exploited their resources]depleted environment of resources * Crop...
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  • Intro to Archaeo Mid Term Review Notes
    , human groups began actively controlling their food sources. The transition from the Paleolithic and Mesolithic food gathering to the Neolithic reliance on agriculture took thousands of years. Beginning with the collection of wild food continuing with a lengthy period of actively tending to wild...
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  • World history paper
    triangular shaped its eastern fringes seem to fit that of the western shores of Africa Ring of Fire – the region abounds with volcanoes and their eruptions. Most Destructive earthquakes recorded China- 1556 and 1976 Sumatra- 2004 Haiti- 2010 Japan- 1923 Destructive volcanic eruptions Tambora in...
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  • Ap World History Chaoters 1-6
    | * A creature belonging to the family Hominidae, which includes human and humanlike species. * Australopithecus genus evolved in eastern Africa around 4 million years ago before spreading throughout the continent and eventually becoming extinct 2 million years ago. | Homo Erectus | An...
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  • Chapter 2 Outline
    Chapter 1 and 2 Outline!!!! Before Civilization | | Food Gathering and Stone Technology | * The period known as the Stone Age lasted from 2 million years ago to 4 thousand years ago. It is subdivided into the Paleolithic (Old Stone Age—to 10,000 years ago) and the Neolithic (New...
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  • Argumentative Essay on "Telivision Is the Leading Cause of Violence in Today's Society"
    Regionalisation, Integration, and Localisation eras, respectively, with the Regionalization era reaching back to the Neolithic Mehrgarh II period. "Discoveries at Mehrgarh changed the entire concept of the Indus civilization," according to Ahmad Hasan Dani, professor emeritus at Quaid-e-Azam...
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  • Earth and Its Peoples Outline Toc
    The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, 4th Edition I. The Emergence of Human Communities, to 500 B.C.E. 1. Nature, Humanity, and History, to 3500 B.C.E. * African Genesis * History and Culture in the Ice Age * The Agricultural Revolutions * Life in Neolithic Communities...
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  • Anthro Study Guide
    iron age Neolithic- period in which there are polished stone tools: new stone age Paleolithic- period in which humans lived with now-extinct animals: old stone age New Archaeology (processual)- approach based on scientific method and development of theory Induction- drawing general inferences...
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  • AP World History Chapter 1 Review Guide
    .; typified by use of crude stone tools and hunting and gathering for subsistence. Neolithic Age: The New Stone Age between 8000 and 5000 b.c.e.; period in which adaption of sedentary agriculture occurred; domestication of plants and animals accomplished. Neolithic Revolution: The succession of...
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  • Ap World History Summer Work Vocabulary
    Paleolithic Age: The period of Stone Age associated with the evolution of humans. Predates the Neolithic period. Neolithic Age: The period of the Stone Age associated with the ancient Agricultural Revolution(s). Follows by Paleolithic period. Foragers: People who support themselves by hunting...
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  • Foundations
    , and foraging societies, and their demographic characteristics (Include Africa, the Americas, and Southeast Asia.) 2. Emergence of agriculture and technological change 3. Nature of village settlements 4. Impact of agriculture on the environment 5. Introduction of...
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  • Glob Hist Review Sheet
    REVOLUTION) I. Neolithic Age (8000-3000 BC) A) Also called the “New Stone Age.” B) Key developments of this period: 1) Humans first discovered how to perform agriculture (farm) and domesticate (raise) animals for food and drink. 2) Humans switched from being nomads (people who wander from place to...
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  • Swewe
    that “they are kept there by their more powerful neighbors and because it is economically their most viable option in their very restricted circumstances” (Headland and Reid, 1989, p.51). The Middle and Late Holocene periods and Neolithic cultural stage: Internal development versus movement of...
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  • history of china
    Brief History of China Prehistory  Mythical Era  Ancient Era  Imperial Era  Modern Era  Introduction   Chinese civilization originated in various city-states along the Yellow River Valley in the Neolithic era A history of 4700 years since Yellow Emperor during the period...
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  • Cyprus - History of the Conflict
    Cyprus, an island in the Eastern Mediterranean, at the cross-roads of three continents - Europe, Asia and Africa - has one of the oldest histories of the world, dating back 9000 years.<br><br>Its strategic position, its wealth in forests and mineral deposits, as well as its skilled craftsmen, made...
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  • agriculture
    -gatherer to agricultural societies, based on evidence from south west Asia and China, indicates an antecedent period of intensification and increasing sedentism known as the Natufian in south West Asia and the Early Chinese Neolithic in China. Current models indicate that a range of food resources was...
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  • Ch 1 ap world
    great river valleys of Asia and Africa, around 3100 B.C.E. in the valley between the Tigris and Euphrates; Irrigation in the river water and arising of political power for organization of the massive human labor which require jobs to dig and maintain water carrying channels to fields. Ownership of...
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