• Technology in Early Societies
    societies dating from 3500 B.C.E. to 500 B.C.E. With expansion of societies, we have witnessed advances in technology from peoples from Africa, Southern Asia, Eastern Asia, and those inhabiting the Americas and Oceania. Technology is another method to help empires and dynasties posses advantages in terms...
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  • Ap World History Chaoters 1-6
    HominidsAustralopithecus | * 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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  • AP World History Chapter 1 Review Guide
    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 technological innovations and...
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  • The Birth of Civilization
    EARLY CIVILIZATIONS IN THE MIDDLE EAST TO ABOUT 1000 B.C.E. page 5 HOW DID control over water resources influence early Middle Eastern civilizations? ANCIENT NEAR EASTERN EMPIRES page 14 HOW DID conquest and trade shape early empires in the Near East? EARLY INDIAN CIVILIZATION page 16 WHAT INFLUENCES...
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  • World history paper
    lived Lesson 1 The Origin of the Earth 18th century- 1700-1799 James Hutton- geologist who asserted that the Earth is in existence for quite a long period of time. Geologists- study the Earth, the Earth’s crust, rocks, as well as plant and animal remains. Geologic time scale- formulation of various...
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  • Argumentative Essay on "Telivision Is the Leading Cause of Violence in Today's Society"
    Date range Phase Era 7000 - 5500 BCE Mehrgarh I (aceramic Neolithic) Early Food Producing Era 5500-3300 Mehrgarh II-VI (ceramic Neolithic) Regionalisation Era 5500-2600 3300-2600 Early Harappan 3300-2800 Harappan 1 (Ravi Phase) 2800-2600 Harappan 2 (Kot Diji Phase, Nausharo I, Mehrgarh...
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  • Intro to Archaeo Mid Term Review Notes
    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 plants and animals, in some instances this led to the manipulation...
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  • Explore the Reasons Why Agriculture Spread During the Neolithic Revolution and with the Help of Case Studies, Evaluate the Impact That Agricultural Development Had on Society as a Whole.
    the course of human history. Usually known as the “Neolithic Revolution”. (Simmons 2007: 1) There has been much speculation by academics in many disciplines as to the reasons why agriculture was developed and employed throughout the Neolithic revolution; and how the agricultural developments dispersed...
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  • Contrast & Compare
    Name: ___________________________________ Period: __________ Date: _____________ THE COMPARE & CONTRAST ESSAY PACKET UNDERSTANDING WORDS Before students plan and write essays, they must understand the tasks that the prompts ask them to perform. This begins with understanding the words that...
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  • Foundations
    1. Developing agriculture and technology 1. Agricultural, pastoral, 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 ...
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  • World History Lecture Notes
    ------------------------------------------------- Pigs are called secondary * ------------------------------------------------- 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...
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  • Earth and Its Peoples Outline Toc
    Humanity, and History, to 3500 B.C.E. * African Genesis * History and Culture in the Ice Age * The Agricultural Revolutions * Life in Neolithic Communities * Diversity and Dominance: Cave Art * Environment and Technology: The Iceman 2. The First River-Valley Civilizations, 3500-1500...
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  • race
    recognizethat it was an African civilization to begin with. At our own University of California in SanDiego, ancient Egyptian history is taught under the Near Eastern rather than African division of the history department, as is the case in colleges across the country. In movies like The Mummy andThe Ten Commandments...
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  • Yayayaya
    WHAP 95 Theses 2012 Period 1: to 600 B.C.E. Technological and Environmental Transformations; Ancient Civilizations 1.1 Big Geography and Peopling the Earth 1. Describe and evaluate Paleolithic human society; demography, migrations, social gender structures and impact on environment. ...
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  • Ch 1 ap world
    storage; shift of permanent settlements from small village to larger towns; The earliest complex societies arose in the 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...
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  • Ap world review
    http://resourcesforhistoryteachers.wikispaces.com/AP+World+History Period 1: Technological and Environmental Transformations, to c. 600 BCE Key Concept 1.1 Big Geography and the Peopling of the Earth What is the evidence that explains the earliest history of humans and the planet? What are...
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  • agriculture
    regions of the Americas.[3] Agricultural techniques such as irrigation, crop rotation, the application of fertilizers were developed soon after the Neolithic Revolution but have made significant strides in the past 200 years. The Haber-Bosch method for synthesizing ammonium nitrate represented a major breakthrough...
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  • History of Africa
    hamisiwasike@yahoo.com Course Description The course deals with the history of Africa from the earliest times to the time of European imperialism. It is a course that acts as a foundation in understanding not only the history of Africa but also the history of other parts of the world. The objectives to be achieved...
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  • Deforestation(Compilation2)
    History Historically, slash-and-burn cultivation was practiced throughout much of the world, in grasslands as well as woodlands. During the Neolithic Revolution, which included agricultural advancements, groups of hunter-gatherers domesticated various plants and animals, permitting them to settle...
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  • Swewe
    analysis data. Two years later, in 1899, Wilhelm Schmidt first referred to the family of languages spoken from Taiwan to New Zealand and Madagascar to Eastern Islands as “Austronesian” – a term which marked the beginning of a new era of research and which is being used up to this time. Indeed, with the rapid...
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