• Painted Ladies: Early Cycladic Ii
    began near the end of the Neolithic period when people (perhaps from the coast of Asia Minor or mainland Greece) paddled to the islands.82 A harsh environment with limited fresh water or tillable soil, the primary resources were stone and metals scattered throughout the islands.83 Settlement was...
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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.
    transitional period that occurred during the Neolithic Revolution could have been that many of the populations that existed changed from being mobile communities to becoming sedentary; non-mobile communities. The population that the mobile communities had was in relation to the “mobility and...
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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...
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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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  • Chapter 1
    , (Men clear fields, and women collect foods) • Wheat and barley were discover in 8000 B.C.E. in the Middle East, the domestication of crops from Middle East were spread to the adjacent lands, but agriculture rose independently • Eastern Sahara went through wet period, Greece used M.E. crops and...
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  • Amazing Grace
    weakness in "perfect" 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...
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  • Asdgtyh
    place in China by 7500 BC. Excavations at Kuahuqiao, the earliest known Neolithic site in eastern China, have documented rice cultivation 7,700 years ago. | India * The ancient Indian government was very simple in structure. There used to be a tribe chief who used to appoint helpers to look over the...
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  • 8000 Bce-600ce Study Guide
    a. Started in Africa, migrated b. Stone Age – First period of prehistory - Tool use separates hominids from ancestors 1. Paleolithic – Old Stone Age – 10,000 to 2.5 million years ago 1. Crude tools – clubs, axes, bones...
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  • Ap world review
    Where did the Neolithic Revolution first transform human populations? (Plural answer) · Asia – east of the Zagros Mountains, Middle East regions · Americas – high Andes to Amazon River Basin · Africa - Egypt, the Nile River Valley · Pacific Islands – New Guinea...
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  • Deforestation(Compilation2)
    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 down and practice agriculture which provides more nutrition per hectare than hunting and gathering. This...
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  • Pre-Colombian Pictographs of North Africa Imageries, Materials and Methods, and Interpretations
    literal sense related to secret societies. This color may have had a special symbolic meaning as well. Geographical locations where pictures are found Pictographs have been in existence since the early period of human life dating back to the Neolithic period. Pictographs are a form of rock art...
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  • Spice
    recently, the first modern human beings made their appearance about forty thousand years ago. This chapter examines that early period up through the increasing sophistication of the Paleolithic and Neolithic ages, when humans reached the dawn of the establishment of complex societies. OVERVIEW...
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  • Global Civ Midterm Study Guide
    ? * 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 to place in search of food CH 2...
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  • Global Final Exam Notes
    Global Studies I Final Exam Review Sheet General Topics Define economics – the system in which a society changes resources into goods and services. Explain the reasons for migration – people migrate in search of resources (food, water) Define golden age – a period of peace, unity...
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  • History
    populations could expand. While significant civilizations DID flourish in Africa in the period before the modern era, it was more difficult for them to spread control across great swathes of the continent (in contrast to Eurasia). Middle Eastern agriculture did well on the north coast of Africa, but could...
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  • History of India
      the  Paleolithic,  Mesolithic  and  Neolithic  periods.  This  division  was  introduced  by  John  Lubbock  in  his  1865  book  Pre‐historic  Times. Technology in these periods was primarily based on stone. Stone tools were made  from a variety of different sorts of stone.  The Three Age Man...
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  • Ap World History Review
    size of herd * Extended family * Women had few rights * Still more equality than later societies (like classical) Neolithic Era (New Stone Age/Agricultural Revolution) [8,000 B.C.E-3,000B.C.E. = shift] * nomadic lifestyle to sedentary lifestyles (agricultural surplus...
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  • Title
    • Byzantine empire • 476-1453 • Ruled by czars Middle Ages – 476 – 1450 – After collapse of Rome (Middle East and Africa) southern and eastern parts became more dynamic – Islam (6th century) ▪ Now Sade...
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  • Silk Route of India
    caravans of Sogdians traveling to Upper Mongolia are mentioned in Chinese sources. They played an equally important religious and cultural role. Part of the data about eastern Asia provided by Muslim geographers of the 10th century actually goes back to Sogdian data of the period 750-840 and thus shows...
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  • Reviewing Origins and Migratory Routes of the Initial Colonists to Near Oceania
    O’Connor 2008; 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...
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