• Focus Questions Unit 3
    central Asian pastoral groups used horses to travel in the steppes) 11. Some migrations had significant environmental impact, including the migration of the agricultural Bantu-speaking peoples who facilitated transmission of iron technologies in Sub-Saharan Africa, and the maritime migrations of the...
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  • Ap World History Unit 1 Exam
    developed agriculture independently sometimes also came into contact with crops and techniques from other regions. 
 
 
  27. Pastoral societies emerged in all of the following regions except (A) the Americas. (B) sub-Saharan Africa. (C) Central Asia. (D) the Arabian Peninsula. (E) the Saharan...
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  • Commandants Research Paper
    African coast.[4] Karamoja community had a thriving pastoral economy through trade in ironware and livestock with the Turkana of Kenya. They lived peacefully within the Rudolf Province of Uganda where they shared natural resources through a system of social reciprocity, before the colonial...
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  • Chapter 7 APWH
    Buddhism at first progressed through the pastoral people of Central Asia, but as pastoralists became more involved in long distance trade, buddhism became more attractive In CHina, for centuries Buddhism remained a religion of foreign merchants and traders Buddhism was also changed as it spread, as...
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  • Unit 4 Notes
    (Western Europe) | Europeans during 1000s to 1400s came up with a compass, lateen sail, astrolabe, caravels (ships), rudders, cross staff, and cartography. Many Dutch settled in: S. Africa, N. America, the Caribbean, and S.E. Asia; the British: N. America (Canada), N. America, Aust./New Zealand, the...
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  • essay
    pastoral people of Inner Asia, they generally lived in small communities among agricultural peoples and paid various grazing fees and taxes for the privilege of pasturing their cattle. Eunuchs Eunuchs are men who have had their sexual organs removed. Political power during the Ming dynasty was...
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  • History
    of western and central Africa, the predominant form of social organization was: a. urban communities linked together through long-distance trade. b. small-scale societies led by local councils. c. pastoral communities. d. seminomadic hunting and gathering communities. e. caravan cities...
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  • WHAP 2012
    recordkeeping; discovery of metal tools (4000 B.C.E.) improved agricultural societies; increased population; reliable food supply. b. Assess the transformation of human societies with the rise of agricultural and pastoral communities: i. Describe the impact of the following improvements in agricultural...
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  • Role of Migrant Youth in Value Formation
    pastures, migration from Asia, Africa and parts of South America to richer regions of the world will surely be a predictable trend in the days to come. Migrant Youth Profile This brings us to a very significant aspect of migrant youth, their category profile. A variety of categorizations of...
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  • Biomes
    What is a Biome? A large region characterized by a distinct climate and specific species (especially vegetation) adapted to it. MOUNTAINS Some of the world’s major mountains are Himalayas (Asia), Andes (South America), Alps (Europe), Rockys (North America), Atlas (Africa), Ethiopia Mountains...
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  • Apwh Unit 3 Review Packet
    made their way to Southeast Asia, India, Persia, and East Africa. CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT During the Song dynasty, women were entitled to keep their dowries and had access to jobs as merchants, but they also were subject to a practice called foot binding. The practice originated with the...
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  • Chapter 1-3 Notes
    regions relied much more heavily on animals, because farming was difficult or impossible there 2.  pastoral nomads emerged in central Asia, the Arabian Peninsula, the Sahara desert, parts of eastern and southern Africa 3.  relied on different animals in different regions   a.  horses were...
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  • Man on Earth
    diversity of their beliefs Northwest Africa in particular has strong ties to European and Southwestern Asia. The area also has a heavy Islamic influence and is a major player in the Arab world. The harsh environment has been a large factor in the development of Sub-Saharan Africa culture, as there...
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  • livestock in ethiopia
    , a thriving informal export trade in live animals further emphasizes the significance, albeit unrecognized by official statistics, of livestock (and particularly cattle) in the Ethiopian economy. This importance is pronounced in pastoral regions, and women’s crucial role is widely acknowledged...
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  • My Docs
    . 4. Megalithic Cultures: Distribution of pastoral and farming cultures outside the Indus, Development of community life, Settlements, Development of agriculture, Crafts, Pottery, and Iron industry. 5.Aryans and Vedic Period: Expansions of Aryans in India. Vedic Period: Religious and philosophic...
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  • Swaf
    % of people. The largest spoken language is Swahili which is a Lingua Franca - Afro-Asiatic Language Family: The fourth biggest language family, the main language is Arabic, and is can be found in Southwest Asia and Northern Africa. - Austronesian Language Family: This is the final, large language...
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  • Famine and Modern Technology
    nature. The green revolution, a capitalist ideology, a phenomenon which surfaced from the 1970s onwards in Asia and Africa as measures to attempt to step up food production came with the pronounced privatisation of land and seed rights. In most traditional societies in Africa and Asia, land is the...
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  • Mongols
    were agricultural and pastoral. Pastoral societies has less productive economies because they were nomadic and needed large grazing areas and supported smaller populations. They usually organized themselves by family and common ancestry (Strayer 334). The main pastoral group was the Mongols as they...
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  • Development of Classical States and Empires in Africa and the Americas
    % Americas = 5-7% Why more attention on Eurasia than on Africa/Americas Differences: Absence of animals capable of domestication = no pastoral societies (Americas) Africa lacked animals Eurasia had  once Eurasia domesticated these animals, they became available in Africa (b/c of Eurasia’s and Africa’s...
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  • Ap world review
    Asia, Japan, Korea) Christianity (Eurasia, Turkey, Ethiopia), Islam (Middle East, Northern Africa, Spain/Italy), and, to a lesser extent, Hinduism (India, Southeast Asia, Middle East). Note that there were communities of religious activity in various ports. What are the characteristics and core...
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