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  1. Before people were hunter-gatherers, they were nomadic and constantly on the move looking for food. However, once humans began domesticating crops, they were able to form communities. An advantage of this was the ability to grow larger families now that there was more food. The communities were also much more stable. However, being that they relied heavily on the crops, when crops failed there was famine. With more people, there were also more conflicts.
  2. -Hunter-gatherer societies: high status
    -Agricultural Revolutions: Men worked -> Women's status lowered
    -More food -> women raised families (some worked)
    -No political role
  3. Djoser
  4. Mesopotamia, "the land between two rivers", depended on the annual flooding of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers to make the land fertile. On the fertile land they grew crops, that way the people who were once foragers could now set up a civilization and domesticate plants.
  5. -Natural barriers = no influence or threat
    -Nile river: provided annual floodings -> fertile land. Communication
    -Papyrus used to make a type of paper
    -Access to metals

5 True/False Questions

  1. Foragers had time left over forcrop shifting

          

  2. What are the indicators of a civilization?Middle East

          

  3. Describe the Egyptian religious beliefs and death rituals-cities that served as administrative centers
    -political system based on control of defined territory rather than on kinship connections
    -significant number of people engaged in specialized, non-food-producing activities
    -status distinctions usually linked to the accumulation of substantial wealth by some groups
    -monumental building
    -system for keeping permanent records
    -long-distance trade
    -major advances in science/arts

          

  4. First transition to agricultureDjoser

          

  5. Farming communities' religion focused onsocializing
    toolmaking
    art

          

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