• Unit 3 study guide
    commercial practices geographical range trade networks What role did pastoral and nomadic groups play in these trade networks? Pastoral and Nomadic groups played a vital role in making and sustaining these networks. Pastoral groups Nomadic groups How did the physical size of post-Classical trade...
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  • Focus Questions Unit 3
    commercial networks, which in turn served as conduits for cultural, technological, and biological diffusion within and between various societies. 3. Pastoral or nomadic groups played a key role in creating and sustaining these networks. Expanding networks fostered greater interregional borrowing while at...
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  • Chapter 7 APWH
    consumption and shaped daily life Trade encouraged people to specialize in producing products for sale in long distant markets than goods in their own communities Trade diminished the economic self sufficiency of local societies, even as it altered the structure of those societies as well Long distance trade...
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  • History Notes
    4000 B.C.E. I. Out of Africa to the Ends of the Earth: First Migrations Homo sapiens originated in Africa and began to inhabit newer environments within Africa and survived due to technological innovations. The idea of culture was established and the migration out of Africa began to occur. Humans...
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  • Commandants Research Paper
    region), a semi-arid land area. The region has dominant pastoral ethnic groups which include the Dodoth, Jie, Bakora, Matheniko and the Pian all of whom are referred to generally as Karamojong. Traditionally, cattle rustling within the pastoral communities was sanctioned and controlled by elders as a means...
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  • Ap World History Unit 1 Exam
    women rulers to maintain peace  2. Which of the following constitutes historians’ usual definition of “civilization”? (A) A human culture (B) A community of humans living together with a sense of common ancestry (C) A human society that includes cities and states (D) A group of humans who recognize...
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  • 0000
    Prehistory Periodization BCE & CE- Before Christ BC & AD- Christ enters Paleolithic- an early era of society and economy made up of hunting and gathering; basic tools, small communities, nomadic group of people. Neolithic- the last phase of the Stone age, domestication of animals, agriculture, pottery...
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  • essay
    West Africa’s largest pastoral society. From their homeland in the western fringe of the Sahara along the upper Senegal River, the Fulbe migrated gradually eastward in the centuries after 1000 c.e. Unlike the pastoral people of Inner Asia, they generally lived in small communities among agricultural peoples...
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  • WHAP 2012
    protection, and hunting; -Hunting and gathering dominated human history until 9000 B.C.E.; helped to spread migration over most of earth; the first human economy, mainly used agriculture; gathered meat, fruits, and plants; 2. The Neolithic Revolution and the nature of early agricultural societies a. Identify...
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  • SOC 101 Final
    European nations who sold crops to the core nations. The external area was left out of development and capitalism and included most of Africa and Asia. The economies of nations are all interconnected and dependent on each other. This is called globalization of capitalism. It seems that the external...
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  • livestock in ethiopia
    has a huge capacity to develop and contribute to the Ethiopian economy if given more attention and exploited appropriately. The conclusion of the study is that, although livestock is substantially contributing to the Ethiopian economy, the huge livestock resource and potential of the country has not...
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  • Role of Migrant Youth in Value Formation
    same vein the people of God also are viewing these new ‘crowds’ with a renewed fervour for evangelisation. What Pope John Paul II wrote in ‘Ecclesia in Asia’ is relevant for the whole Church: “The Church lives and fulfils her mission in the actual circumstances of time and place. A critical awareness of...
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  • History
    forest 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 temporarily...
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  • YOYO
    colonization of new lands, creating communities 3. Human environmental impacts – species of flora and fauna going extinct II. ways we where A. the first human societies 1. small population with low density 2. egalitarian societies 3. widespread violence B. economy and the environment 1. the “original...
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  • Asian Family
    TABLE OF CONTENTS Paragraph Introduction: The Hope of the Asian Family for Life in Fullness 1 PART I. PASTORAL CHALLENGES TO THE FAMILY IN ASIA 1. Family Traditions and Values 6 2. A Variety of Family Forms 9 3. The Poverty of Asian Families...
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  • Chapter 1-3 Notes
    to reflect on issues of life and death II. Out of Africa to the Ends of the Earth: First Migrations   A.  Homo sapiens emerged in eastern and southern Africa 250,000 years ago.   1. stayed there exclusively for about 150,000 years
2.  Africa was home to the “human revolution,” in which culture...
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  • AP World History Chapter 1 Guided Reading
    cuneiform and religious conceptions taken over by their semitic successors
 Semites - People who spoke languages spoken in parts of western Asia and northern Africa. They include the Hebrew, Aramaic, and Phoenician of the ancient world and the Arabic of today. Hammurabi - Amorite ruler of Babylon. He...
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  • Biomes
    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. At the top of the mountains the glaciers store water as ice. About 13% of the earth’s land...
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    characteristics, decline, survival and significance, art and architecture. 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...
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  • Ap world review
    civilizations. Look at the third question for more info. How did pastoral societies resemble or differ from early agricultural societies? Where did pastoralism persist even after the Neolithic Revolution? Differences: Pastoral societies were smaller and more mobile than early agricultural societies ...
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