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Period 1: Technological and Environmental Transformations, c. 8000 BCE to c. 600 BCE Flashcards

technological and environmental transformations

The result was the first age of empire building, with these groups invading and taking over the early complex civilizations, often bringing several under their rule i. The map shows you the most commonly defined regions. The Aryans, yet another polytheistic people, recorded their beliefs and traditions in the Vedas and the Upanishads. Focus On: Migrations Why do people migrate? A societal grouping governed by a chief who typically relies on generosity, ritual status, or charisma rather than forcing obedience from the people. As you review world history before the Neolithic Revolution, focus on only the major developments.

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Technological and Environmental Transformations: to c. 600 B.C.E.

technological and environmental transformations

Caral was the largest of some twenty urban centers that developed at the time. The earliest home of agriculture. Put another way, the Zhou Dynasty would remain in power only as long as it had the blessing of heaven. Known as hieroglyphics, this system consisted of a series of pictures hieroglyphs that represented letters and words. Each person can get really good at doing a particular task because he or she no longer has to worry about where the next meal is coming from.


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Period I: Technological and Environmental Transformations, 8000 B.C. E to c. 600 B.C.E.

technological and environmental transformations

Though we often think of ancient Egypt in terms of massive construction projects, such as the pyramids, most Egyptians lived in smaller towns. A Paleolithic people still living in the northern fringe of the Kalahari Desert in South Africa. Period is sub divided into the Paleolithic Old Stone Age - up to 8000 B. These city-states were sometimes combined into one because they shared common cultural characteristics; but they were also independent of each other in many ways and often competed with each other. Later, as you might guess, it also gave invading forces a way into the land. All that is known is that, by 1500 B.

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Technological and Environmental Transformations (to c. 600 BCE) Quiz

technological and environmental transformations

With the development of large-scale agriculture, animals began to be used not only as a source of food and clothing, but also as a direct source of agricultural labor. This unit looks at this important development, and the impact this era had on the trajectory of mankind. Ancient Egypt: Stay Awhile Along the Nile The Egyptian Empire 1450 B. King Hammurabi of Babylon expanded on this idea of a code of laws by developing an extensive code that dealt with every part of daily life. What are some possible explanations for the different shorelines of the Earth's landmasses 100 million years in the future? Which statements in this chapter seem to be reliable and solidly based on facts, and which ones are more speculative in nature? But people also use technology to impact their surroundings.

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Technological and Environmental Transformations (to c. 600 BCE) Quiz

technological and environmental transformations

So why bring them up separately? This action too played a part in enhancing cultural diffusion across the entire region and beyond. However, not all Bantu-speakers moved away. Nomads: Following the Paleo lithic Diet B. Stay Focused on the Big Picture Organize the zillions of facts from the era covered in this chapter into some big- picture concepts. They also greatly influenced which civilizations interacted with, or were isolated from, other civilizations. Specialized tools to plant and harvest Important to understand that this happens independently around the world and environmental conditions dictated much Population Increase related to the Agricultural Revolutions The increase was significant From 10 m.

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Period 1: Technological and Environmental Transformations, c. 8000 BCE to c. 600 BCE Flashcards

technological and environmental transformations

Geography and climate help to explain where people live and build cities, why people suddenly move from one place to another, and how early civilizations chose to defend themselves against attack. The ideological underpinning of Chinese emperors, this was the belief that a ruler held authority by command of divine force as long as he ruled morally and benevolently. Horticulture Hoe-based agriculture, typical of early agrarian societies. Farming tools, metallurgy, and the ability to manipulate the environment cause humans to transition from nomadic hunters and gatherers to builders of civilizations and empires in this 10,000 year period. The Chavin were another urban civilization, and their people were also polytheistic. Ancient Art and Architecture Let's get started! The interesting thing about Sumerian polytheism was that each city-state had its own god that was worshipped only by its people.

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Period 1: Technological and Environmental Transformations, to c. 600 B.C.E.

technological and environmental transformations

Typically, this was the breeding ground for invasions. What are some possible ramifications of different shorelines on the flora and fauna of the Earth 100 million years in the future? A civilization in the area of present-day Lebanon, creators of the first alphabetic writing system. This simplified the language down to a small set of letters and spread literacy to a somewhat larger portion of the populace. This gave the extended family even greater significance. Below the priests were nobles, followed by merchants and skilled artisans, which included physicians; at the bottom of the pyramid was the largest group: peasants.

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Technological and Environmental Transformations (to c. 600 BCE) Quiz

technological and environmental transformations

If you love the Renaissance and hate the Middle Ages, review Chapter 9 first and Chapter 8 later. Because iron is a lot stronger than bronze, the Hittites quickly became a military superpower. Other times a society changed because its members invented something new, or realized how to use something in a new way. The ancient Egyptian civilization developed along the Nile River, where the soil was rich and the agricultural opportunities were plentiful. E Yellow River Shang 2000 B. Initially, the Aryan social structure divided its people into three classes, in this order from top to bottom: warriors, priests, and peasants.


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