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AP World Chapter 1 Final Study Guide
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Which of these lifestyles is based almost entirely on domestic animals?
What was one of the technological advances of the Paleolithic peoples?
The hominid species that first spread out of Africa and around the world was _____________.
Development of speech occurred _________________ the Paleolithic Age.
The Lascaux cave paintings were created by ________________ peoples.
Which of these first developed in the Paleolithic Age?
Around 100,000 B.C.E., the global human population was about _______________.
Homo sapiens sapiens emerged about __________________ years ago.
The continent on which humans originated was _________________.
Looking at Map 1.1, "The Spread of Populations, c. 10,000 B.C.E.," which of these areas was free of glaciers in the Old Stone Age?
Which of these followed immediately after the Paleolithic?
Taiwan and Indonesia were settled by migrants from ______________.
Which of these began around 8500 B.C.E.?
The transition to sedentary agriculture is referred to as the _______________?
The first grains domesticated in the Middle East were ______________________.
wheat and barley
The Neolithic revolution occurred from _____________________.
8500 to 3500 B.C.E.
Agriculture began in the Americas around ______________________.
The earliest towns developed in ___________________.
the Middle East
Which of these metals was worked first?
Which of these emerged around 4000 B.C.E.?
Çatal Hüyük, one of the early agricultural communities, was located in modern ___________________.
Which of these fell out of use in the Middle East by about 3000 B.C.E.?
Ironworking was introduced to the Middle East by migrants from __________________.
The Lapps of northern Europe herded ____________________.
Nomadic bands normally consisted of groups of men and women numbering between _______________________.
30 and 150
The creation of agricultural surpluses resulted in __________________.
Like modern humans, Paleolithic peoples ______________________.
Which of these best characterize human development in the Paleolithic Age?
Slow and marked by profound changes
Which of these set Homo erectus on a different path from other animals?
Most human societies in the Paleolithic Age consisted of __________________.
small groups of hunters and gatherers
Which of these is certainly reflected by cave paintings, such as those from Lascaux, France?
These figures of women appear to be most closely associated with _______________________.
The global spread of Homo sapiens sapiens is best understood as _________________________.
one of several large migrations of early humans
The Neolithic revolution was an achievement of ____________________.
Homo sapiens sapiens
Looking at Map 1.1, "The Spread of Human Populations," which of these patterns is visible?
Homo habilis and Homo erectus did not settle in the Americas.
Which of these patterns is visible in Map 1.2, "The Spread of Agriculture"?
India is closely connected to both the Middle East and southeast Asia.
The emergence of specialized manufacturing in the Neolithic period was dependent on ______________________.
At Çatal Hüyük, a rudimentary ______________________ appeared.
By about 7000 B.C.E., techniques of agricultural production in the Middle East had reached a level that ___________________.
permitted the establishment of the first towns
Towns emerged largely in response to the need for cooperation for what kinds of projects?
Nomads are generally _____________________.
Which of these was likely to transform nomadic bands into larger groups?
To the Chinese, a "barbarian" was anyone who ________________.
did not speak Chinese or adopt Chinese ways
The term "savages" has historically been used by _______________ peoples.
In an historical context, the term "savage" indicates ___________.
a perceived divide between civilized and uncivilized
In the context of history, civilization is best considered _________________________.
one of many modes of life
Which of these best formulates the relationship between "culture" and "civilization"?
Civilization is a type of culture
Homo sapiens sapiens is best understood as the _______________________.
most successful humanoid species
Hunting and gathering became more specialized in the Neolithic revolution, leading to two strands: _____________________.
pastoralism and agriculture
Çatal Hüyük indicates that early civilizations ____________________.
did not create a sharp break with earlier ways of life
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