What does S mean in S.P.R.I.T.E?
What does P mean in S.P.R.I.T.E?
What does R mean in S.P.R.I.T.E?
What does I mean in S.P.R.I.T.E?
What does T mean in S.P.R.I.T.E?
What does E mean in S.P.R.I.T.E?
What is the last characteristic of a civilization other than S.P.R.I.T.E?
a group of people with a shared heritage, culture, or interest
Moms, dads, kids
of a society
structure of government
a(n) ________ must have specialization
issues pertaining to the environment
application of science and knowledge to improve life
study of characteristics of population, density, growth rate, etc.
movement of people from one place to another
an expanded or expanding government unit led by a single supreme ruler and possesses an extensive territory
the doctrine that your national culture and interests are superior to any other
human production of food
relating to shepherds or herdsmen or devoted to raising sheep or cattle
the development of industry on an extensive scale
educated guess, reasoning that involves the formation of conclusions from incomplete evidence
(of groups of people) tending to travel and change settlements frequently according to animal migrations. includes H/G.
What is the name for the old stone age?
equal, of the belief that all people should have equal rights
What century is 1832 in?
What century is 187 in?
Before Common Era
What does B.C.E stand for?
What does C.E stand for?
In the Paleolithic Age, the division of labor was so men _____, and women ______.
Repetitive actions done for a reason. Actions to make an object sacred. Actions to ward of fear. Etc.
What does A.D stand for?
The Year of our Lord
What does Anno Domini mean?
What is the name for the new stone age?
human manipulation of water to produce food
Larger populations, less migration, surplus of food, less danger for children, permanent housing, domestic animals, ownership, and etc, are all consequences of _________
What marks the end of an egalitarian society? (broad sense)
In the Neolithic Age, is outside work or inside work better? (Possible answers are outside or inside)
The Neolithic Age and ideas of outside work being better than inside work results in _______?
The magic number is?
Another word for Herders is?
group of related families
large-scale public systems, services, & facilities that are necessary for economic activity and comfortable living
What structure signifies defense, permanence, safety, etc?
complex culture in which large numbers of people share a variety of common elements
located in or characteristic of a city or city life
a body that has the authority to make and enforce laws
branch of government that makes laws
chief enforcer of laws
class including priests, aristocrats, kings, etc.
Free commoner class
class including farmers, artisans, etc
class including prisoners of war, people in debt to someone else
the belief that all things at all times are sacred. no separation of ordinary and sacred
held in high regard/esteem, holy
the explanation that food, food surpluses, and water sources organized people together. tangible objects that explained a situation
the explanation that a divine force organized people together
They were content with H/G (you can override a wrong answer if you gave a similar answer)
Why did H/G and herders not generate civilization?
What civilization lay between the Tigris-Euphrates rivers?
a city and its surrounding lands that act as a government
What does state mean?
Political domination of others
Alphabet, pottery, the wheel, astronomy, a number system, and coining silver are all examples of _______ achievements.
belief in many gods
power of one person, power and control kept in one place
someone who works for the government
validated, real, true, lawful....authorized power by the people
Divine Right of Kings
the belief that a king receives his power from the gods
the act of taking revenge
In the Code of Hammurabi, the upper class has a ______ (better, worse, equal) chance of justice
Egypt depended on what river?
predictions of the future
Which of the River Valley Civilizations lived in extreme temperatures and harsh flooding?
What group of people in South Africa had influence over Egypt?
What was the Mediterranean sea-faring group?
Indus River Valley
Which River Valley civilization lacked continuity?
Christianity, Judaism, Islam
What are the three Abrahamic religions?
Where were humans viewed as outside of the natural world? (East or West)
Where were humans viewed as inside of the natural world? (East or West)
What civilization was known for the phonetic alphabet?
belief in one god
Someone who hears and speaks the word of god
Having the 7th day of the week as holy and sacred time for rest.
commandment of circumcision
proper and certain foods sacred or profance
belief that one controls one's own actions
promise or agreement made between god and the israelites
Violence, speech, wealth, sex
What are the four aspects of life that can create profound social chaos and need to be limited?
What was the promised land?