• 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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  • Amazing Grace
    institutions such as kingship) came to the surface and demanded solutions. Less obviously, change also took place in more stable periods. Bureaucracies were periodically reformed or restructured in the interests of both royal power and fairer government. Religious concepts...
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  • Reviewing Origins and Migratory Routes of the Initial Colonists to Near Oceania
    Kirch 2000; Spriggs 1997). Pacific Island colonisation was the culmination of the last major expansion of modern humans (Homo sapiens sapiens) ‘out of Africa’ (Fischer 2002). The colonisation of Near Oceania (Figure 1) should be considered in the context of sea levels during the Pleistocene when lowered...
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  • Global Civ Midterm Study Guide
    irrigation and where did it start? * Method of transporting water to crops; started in valleys of Nile, Tigris and Euphrates * What is the Neolithic Revolution? * The important shift from food gathering to food producing * Who are the nomads? * Wanderers who travel from place...
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  • Chapter 1
    years ago. Its generation tools were also made of other poorly material. Neolithic started after 10000 years ago after Paleolithic ended => Paleolithic last for 6000 years Old Stone Age = Paleolithic New Stone Age = Neolithic 2. Food Gathering and Stone Technology • Stone Age people scavenge...
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  • Asdgtyh
    South Asia.China * Chinese civilization originated in various regional centers along both the Yellow River and the Yangtze River valleys in the Neolithic era, but the Yellow River is said to be the cradle of Chinese civilization. * Beginning in about 7500 BC with classical millet agriculture, China's...
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  • Pre-Colombian Pictographs of North Africa Imageries, Materials and Methods, and Interpretations
    Pre-Colombian pictographs of North Africa: Imageries, materials and methods, and interpretations Pre-Columbian art is the visible arts of Indians of the Caribbean, Northern, Central, and South America until the late Fifteenth and early Sixteenth century, and the time frame noticeable by Captain Christopher...
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  • history of china
    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 of the Three Sovereigns and Five Emperors; the written history of China begins with Shang Dynasty 3600 years...
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  • AP World History Unit 1 notes
    UNIT I: FOUNDATIONS (8000 BCE TO 600 CE) Of all the time periods covered in the AP World History curriculum, Foundations (8000 BCE - 600 CE) spans the largest number of years. It begins with an important Marker Event - the Neolithic Revolution - and ends after the fall of three major classical civilizations...
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  • Ancient Egypt-Mesopotamia
    MIDTERM STUDY LIST Neolithic (Agricultural) Revolution- The Neolithic Revolution was the first agricultural revolution. It was the transition from hunting and gathering to agriculture and settlement. Archaeological data indicates that various forms of plant and animal domestication evolved independently...
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  • Ap World History Unit 1 Exam
    (D) India (E) Mesopotamia 
 
 
  17. In which of the following regions were animals domesticated before crops? (A) Northeast Africa (B) The Fertile Crescent (C) West Africa (D) Mesoamerica (E) China  18. The end of the last Ice Age laid the foundation for the Agricultural Revolution by (A) breaking...
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  • Painted Ladies: Early Cycladic Ii
    forearms, and abdomen (fig. 8).14 Fig. 3. Copenhagen National Museum 4697. Cycladic head 24.61 cm. (Courtesy of the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Antiquities, National Museum of Denmark) Five pieces (maybe six) 15 preserved with red painted striations is a small corpus. Possibly other Early...
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  • Apwh Unit One Terms
    homo erectus, homo sapiens 4. “Out of Africa” thesis vs. multiregional thesis Humans originated from Africa and proliferated vs. originated from Africa but multiple geographical locations first 100 million years 5. Paleolithic Era Old Stone Age 6. Neolithic Era New Stone Age 7. family units, clans...
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  • Deforestation
    search For other uses, see Deforestation (disambiguation). Satellite photograph of deforestation in progress in the Tierras Bajas project in eastern Bolivia. Deforestation, clearance or clearing is the removal of a forest or stand of trees where the land is thereafter converted to a non-forest...
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  • Wh Review
    the spread of Christianity, the decline of Rome and the formation of medieval Europe; the development of Islamic caliphates and their impact on Asia, Africa, and Europe; the Mongol invasions and their impact on Europe, China, India, and Southwest Asia; (D) identify major causes and describe the major effects...
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  • (2005, 11). Life Without a Tv. Studymode.Com. Retrieved 11, 2005, from Http: //Www.Studymode.Com/Essays/Life-Without-Tv-69342.Html
    largest hot desert and second largest desert, after Antarctica. At over 9,400,000 square kilometres (3,600,000 sq mi), it covers most of Northern Africa, making it almost as large as China or the United States. The Sahara stretches from the Red Sea, including parts of the Mediterranean coasts...
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  • Global Final Exam Notes
    water) Define golden age – a period of peace, unity, prosperity, and achievement PUPA Define primary source- a source from a witness/participant of an historical event. For example, a diary of a soldier during the Crusades. Early Man Explain the effects of the Neolithic Revolution – people went...
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  • Anthro Study Guide
    by lightning strikes Three-Age system- catalogues artifacts into relics of three periods: stone, bronze, and 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)-...
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    Netherlands 5.31 Nigeria 5.32 New Zealand 5.33 Norway 5.34 Pakistan 5.35 Philippines 5.36 Poland 5.37 Portugal 5.38 Romania 5.39 Russia 5.40 South Africa 5.41 South Korea 5.42 South Sudan 5.43 Sweden 5.44 Taiwan (Republic of China) 5.45 Turkey 5.46 Ukraine 5.47 United Kingdom 5.48 United States ...
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    writers. 2. Pre-history and Proto-history: Geographical factors ; hunting and gathering (paleolithic and mesolithic) ; Beginning of agriculture (neolithic and chalcolithic). 3. Indus Valley Civilization: Origin, date, extent, characteristics, decline, survival and significance, art and architecture...
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