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Classical (600 BCE - 600 CE)
Constantinople
Chinese Political System
Confucianism
Greco-Roman
previously known as Byzantium, Constantine changed the name o…
Mongol style of political rule
A philosophy that adheres to the teachings of the Chinese phi…
The cultural mixing of both ancient Greek and Roman traditions.
Constantinople
previously known as Byzantium, Constantine changed the name o…
Chinese Political System
Mongol style of political rule
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Era 1: 8000 BCE - 600 BCE
3100
3000
2500
2350
Upper and Lower Egypt unite
Civilization in Sumer
Planned cities in Indus River Valley arrive
Sargon of Akkad builds an empire
3100
Upper and Lower Egypt unite
3000
Civilization in Sumer
10 terms
Era 1: 8000 BCE- 600 BCE
3100
3000
2500
2350
Upper and Lower Egypt Unite
Civilization emerges in Sumer
Planned cities in the Indus River Valley arise
Sargon of Akkad builds an empire
3100
Upper and Lower Egypt Unite
3000
Civilization emerges in Sumer
10 terms
Era 1: 8000 BCE - 600 BCE
3100
3000
2500
2350
Upper and Lower Egypt Unite
Civilization emerges in Sumer
Planned cities in the Indus River Valley arise
Sargon of Akkad builds an empire
3100
Upper and Lower Egypt Unite
3000
Civilization emerges in Sumer
Era 1: 8000 BCE - 600 BCE
3100 - Upper and lower Egypt unite
3000 - Civilization emerges in Sumer
2500 - Planned cities in the Indus Riv…
2350 - Sargon of Akkad builds an empire
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3100 - Upper and lower Egypt unite
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3000 - Civilization emerges in Sumer
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34 terms
8000 BCE - 600 CE
Hinduism
Hindu Caste
Buddhism
Eightfold Path
- Originated in India... - No Specific Time/Person (Evolved Over…
Brahmins ~ Priests & Scholars... Ksatriyas ~ Warriors & Ruling C…
- Siddhartha Gautama (563 - 483 BCE)... - Buddha... - Four Noble Tr…
Right Understanding... Right Purpose... Right Speech... Right Conduct…
Hinduism
- Originated in India... - No Specific Time/Person (Evolved Over…
Hindu Caste
Brahmins ~ Priests & Scholars... Ksatriyas ~ Warriors & Ruling C…
Period 1 (8000 BCE - 600 BCE)
Cuneiform
Mesopotamia
Sumerian civilization
Polytheistic
A system of writing in which wedge-shaped symbols represented…
A region between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers that develop…
first major Mesopotamian civilization, successful agriculture…
religion of Sumerians; having several gods or deities
Cuneiform
A system of writing in which wedge-shaped symbols represented…
Mesopotamia
A region between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers that develop…
600 BCE - 600 CE
Ancestor veneration
Animism
Bodhisattva
Caste system
is an aspect of the Chinese traditional religion which revolv…
The belief that all plants,animals, and objects have spirits.
a being that compassionately refrains from entering nirvana i…
A caste system is a class structure that is determined by bir…
Ancestor veneration
is an aspect of the Chinese traditional religion which revolv…
Animism
The belief that all plants,animals, and objects have spirits.
69 terms
8000 BCE to 600 BCE
paleolithic
neolithic
Lascaux cave
effects of the neolithic revolution
old stone age
new stone age... foraging to agriculture and domestication... ended…
cave paintings by foragers that proved that hunter-gatherers…
agriculture and domestication became widespread
paleolithic
old stone age
neolithic
new stone age... foraging to agriculture and domestication... ended…
10 terms
Empires and Civilizations (to 600 BCE)
Sumeria/Mesopotamia
Egypt
Harappa
Shang
(3000-1700 BCE Middle East) number systems, cuneiform, city s…
(2000-800 BCE Middle East) geometry, hieroglyphics, central g…
(2000-1850 BCE South Asia) gridded streets, drainage, city st…
(1900-1046 BCE East Asia) oracle bones, metallurgy (best bron…
Sumeria/Mesopotamia
(3000-1700 BCE Middle East) number systems, cuneiform, city s…
Egypt
(2000-800 BCE Middle East) geometry, hieroglyphics, central g…
Unit 2 600 BCE to 600 CE Key Terms- Interaction with Environment
qanat
Apennine Mountains
Etruscans
Latins
(in the Middle East) a gently sloping underground channel or…
along the length of peninsular Italy. In the northwest they j…
a civilization of ancient Italy, its homeland was in the area…
Indo-European people of the Italic branch. They settled in Ce…
qanat
(in the Middle East) a gently sloping underground channel or…
Apennine Mountains
along the length of peninsular Italy. In the northwest they j…
54 terms
WHAP Era 1 Beginnings to 600 BCE
Clovis culture
gathering and hunting peoples
Neanderthals
Paleolithic
The earliest widespread and distinctive culture of North Amer…
As the name suggests, people who live by collecting wild food…
A European variant of Homo sapiens that died out about 25,000…
Literally "old stone age"; the term used to describe early Ho…
Clovis culture
The earliest widespread and distinctive culture of North Amer…
gathering and hunting peoples
As the name suggests, people who live by collecting wild food…
24 terms
8,000 BCE - 600 BCE
Neolithic Revolution
Mesopotamia
Sumerian civilization
cuneiform
cultivate plants, stayed in same place as long as there was g…
land between rivers - Tigris and Euphrates. Sumer, Babylon, P…
southern part of Mesopotamia. successful agriculture and rive…
used for laws, treaties, social and religious customs. spread.
Neolithic Revolution
cultivate plants, stayed in same place as long as there was g…
Mesopotamia
land between rivers - Tigris and Euphrates. Sumer, Babylon, P…
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Unit 1 {8000 BCE - 600 BCE} Chapter 1 Vocabulary
push Factor
pull Factor
"marker events"
demography
encourages people to move from the region they live in
attracts people to new region
-change course of history... -limited interactions among groups…
a study of population
push Factor
encourages people to move from the region they live in
pull Factor
attracts people to new region
APWH Period 2 (c. 600 BCE to c. 600 CE)
Third Chinese Dynasty
Fourth Chinese Dynasty
Gupta India
Zoroastrianism
Zhou Dynasty (1029 to 258 BCE) [Built Great Wall]
Han Dynasty (220 CE.)
-High-towered temples in honor of the Hindu gods.... -The growth…
A religion that held to a belief in a system of rewards and p…
Third Chinese Dynasty
Zhou Dynasty (1029 to 258 BCE) [Built Great Wall]
Fourth Chinese Dynasty
Han Dynasty (220 CE.)
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8,000- 600 BCE APWH flashcards
Aryans
Bhagavad Gita
Brahmanas
caste system
Indo-European speaking nomadic pastoralists who migrated from…
("Lord's Song") A poem in the Mahabharata that is the most tr…
Commentaries on the Vedas that emphasize the role of priests…
the four-tiered Hindu social system comprising hereditary soc…
Aryans
Indo-European speaking nomadic pastoralists who migrated from…
Bhagavad Gita
("Lord's Song") A poem in the Mahabharata that is the most tr…
31 terms
AP World History 8000 BCE - 600 CE dates
3500 BCE
2500 BCE
1500 BCE
1760 BCE - 1120 BCE
Sumerians settle in southern Mesopotamia
Indus Valley Empire
Aryans invade and conquer Indus River Valley
Shang Dynasty/Huang He Valley
3500 BCE
Sumerians settle in southern Mesopotamia
2500 BCE
Indus Valley Empire
Period 1 (Up to 600 BCE)
Characteristics of early man
Best known prehistoric individual
Scientific Name for Humans
Australopithecus
3 ft tall, 55-121 lbs, 500 cc brain capacity, walking upright…
AL 288-1 or Lucy
Homo sapiens
"the southern ape"; short and limited in intelligence; establ…
Characteristics of early man
3 ft tall, 55-121 lbs, 500 cc brain capacity, walking upright…
Best known prehistoric individual
AL 288-1 or Lucy
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Mrs. M's AP World History - Unit 1 8000 bce - 600 bce
Prehistory
Paleoanthropologist
Hierarchal
City-State
the time during the development of human culture before the a…
a scientist who studies the fossils of hominids. Paleoanthrop…
classified according to various criteria into successive leve…
an independent or autonomous entity not administered as a par…
Prehistory
the time during the development of human culture before the a…
Paleoanthropologist
a scientist who studies the fossils of hominids. Paleoanthrop…
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AP final 8000 bce to 600 bce
nomad
foraging societies
pastoral societies
cuneiform
people who move around, have little belongings, no civilizati…
small groups of people who traveled from point to point as cl…
domestication of animals , mountainous areas
developed by Sumerians, used to write laws and treaties
nomad
people who move around, have little belongings, no civilizati…
foraging societies
small groups of people who traveled from point to point as cl…
AP World History - Technological and Environmental Transformations (to c. 600 BCE) EARLIEST CIVILIZATIONS: INDUS VALLEY
Indus River Valley
Mohenjo-Daro
Dravidian
Aryans
Third "cradle of civilization"
Major city of Indus River Valley civilization, trading center
Language similar to those spoken in southern India
Invaders from the northwest who spoke Indo-European languages
Indus River Valley
Third "cradle of civilization"
Mohenjo-Daro
Major city of Indus River Valley civilization, trading center
32 terms
Period 1: 8000 BCE to 600 BCE Green
Big Geography
Out Of Africa Thesis
Paleolithic Peoples Characteristic
Environmental, social, demographic, an…
The study of science around the world.
Homo sapien sapiens emerged in Africa and then migrated from…
People made stone tools exclusively by chipping or flaking
Transforming from a lifestyle of hunting and gathering to one…
Big Geography
The study of science around the world.
Out Of Africa Thesis
Homo sapien sapiens emerged in Africa and then migrated from…
48 terms
C. 600 BCE-c. 600 CE
Warring states
Justinian's code
Mayan civilization
Mayan culture
Time of disunity for China (403-221 BCE) many independent sta…
Justinian reigned 527-565 BCE was a very important emperor du…
Society located in present day southern Mexico, Guatemala, Be…
Built eighty large ceremonial centers which included pyramids…
Warring states
Time of disunity for China (403-221 BCE) many independent sta…
Justinian's code
Justinian reigned 527-565 BCE was a very important emperor du…
Foundations c. 8000 BCE to 600 CE
paleolithic / hunger forager societies
Neolithic Societies
Pastoral societies
Early River Valley
early human society is one in which most or all food is obtai…
The way Neolithic society was composed and functioned is diff…
a social group of pastoralists, whose way of life is based on…
Historically the first great civilizations all grew up in riv…
paleolithic / hunger forager societies
early human society is one in which most or all food is obtai…
Neolithic Societies
The way Neolithic society was composed and functioned is diff…
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WHAP Study Guide Period 2: Organization and Reorganization of Human Societies, c. 600 BCE to c. 600 CE (Teacher)
As states and empires increased in siz…
Codifications and further developments…
How did religions help strengthen poli…
How did religions promote a sense of u…
...
...
Political:... · Leaders who adopted religions were able to use c…
When outside lands, or barbarians, were brought into a civili…
As states and empires increased in siz…
...
Codifications and further developments…
...
Period 1 : 8,000 BCE - 600 CE
Paleolithic Era
Where were paleolithic originated? / w…
Homo neanderthalensis
Bands
(Fire, language, art, tools, religion) Hunting and gathering,…
Africa
caveman
(development of fire and tools) some were self sufficient, so…
Paleolithic Era
(Fire, language, art, tools, religion) Hunting and gathering,…
Where were paleolithic originated? / w…
Africa
66 terms
10,000 BCE- 600 CE
Abraham
Aryans
Austronesians
Bantu
Founder of Judaism who, according to the Bible, led his famil…
Indo-European speaking nomads who entered India from the Cent…
earliest inhabitants of New Guinea and Oceania; had remarkabl…
a family of languages widely spoken in the southern half of t…
Abraham
Founder of Judaism who, according to the Bible, led his famil…
Aryans
Indo-European speaking nomads who entered India from the Cent…
60 terms
WHAP Time Period 2 (600 BCE- 600 CE)
Hitties
Assyrians
Persian Empire
caste system
powerful people from Anatolia (modern-day Turkey) who became…
were originally Aryans from Central Asia who conquered Babylo…
an empire in Southern Empire Asia created by Cyprus the Great…
a Hindu social class system that controlled every aspect of d…
Hitties
powerful people from Anatolia (modern-day Turkey) who became…
Assyrians
were originally Aryans from Central Asia who conquered Babylo…
17 terms
India and Southeast Asia, 1500 BCE - 600 CE
monsoon
Vedas
varna
jati
the seasonal wind of the Indian Ocean and southern Asia, blow…
Early Indian sacred 'knowledge'-the literal meaning of the te…
The four major social divisions in India's caste system: the…
A sub-varna in the caste system that gave people of sense of…
monsoon
the seasonal wind of the Indian Ocean and southern Asia, blow…
Vedas
Early Indian sacred 'knowledge'-the literal meaning of the te…
APWH Tri 1 Vocab Period 1: 8000 BCE to 600 BCE
Agriculture
Domestication
Irrigation
Paleolithic Era
A method that was used by the first humans in order to feed t…
This occurs when someone makes a food or animal native to the…
A process by which the Earth's land is sowed to help food pro…
Known as the Old Stone Age, it was the earliest period of hum…
Agriculture
A method that was used by the first humans in order to feed t…
Domestication
This occurs when someone makes a food or animal native to the…
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Foundation/Classical Periods: 8000 BCE - 600 CE
Neolithic Revolution
Hammurabi
Assyrians
Hammurabi's Code
The changeover from food gathering to food producing that ser…
Led the Babylonians to conquer Mesopotamia.
Led by Hammurabi in the 900s BCE.
First known written law code: a systematic set of rules admin…
Neolithic Revolution
The changeover from food gathering to food producing that ser…
Hammurabi
Led the Babylonians to conquer Mesopotamia.
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Period two AP world. 1000/600 BCE- 600 CE
Periodization
Classical era
empire
bureaucracy
the process wherein historians categorize and ... name eras in h…
-More complex cultures - especially using religion to unify a…
The extensive group of states or countries ... under a single su…
A system of government in which most of the ... important decisi…
Periodization
the process wherein historians categorize and ... name eras in h…
Classical era
-More complex cultures - especially using religion to unify a…
16 terms
Networks of Communication and Exchange, 300 BCE - 600 CE
Parthians
Silk Road
Sasanid Empire
Stirrup
Iranian ruling dynasty between 250 BCE and 226 CE
Caravan routes connecting China and the Middle East across ce…
Iranian empire, established in 224, with a capital in Ctesiph…
Device for securing a horseman'a feet, enabling him to wield…
Parthians
Iranian ruling dynasty between 250 BCE and 226 CE
Silk Road
Caravan routes connecting China and the Middle East across ce…
APWH Tri 1 Vocab Period 2: 600 BCE to 600 CE
Diaspora
Reincarnation
Caste System/Varnas
Monotheism
This was the scattering of the Jewish people as they were dri…
A belief in Hinduism that when you die, you are reborn into s…
This was the social structure in India that had some Hinduism…
A religious belief in one God (examples like Christianity and…
Diaspora
This was the scattering of the Jewish people as they were dri…
Reincarnation
A belief in Hinduism that when you die, you are reborn into s…
136 terms
8000 BCE - 600 CE APWH
Venus Figurines
Dreamtime
Clovis Culture
Megafaunal Extinction
Paleolithic carvings of the female form, often with exaggerat…
developed in Austalia; a complex view of Aboriginals in Austr…
earliest culture in N. America who made a projectile point kn…
when mammoths extinct in the Americas at the end of the ice a…
Venus Figurines
Paleolithic carvings of the female form, often with exaggerat…
Dreamtime
developed in Austalia; a complex view of Aboriginals in Austr…
75 terms
World History AP 8000 BCE- 600 CE
Foraging society
Neolithic Revolution
Nomadic vs Agricultural societies
Mesopotamia
hunter-gatherers
from 8000 to 3000 BCE, when people moved from nomadic lifesty…
Agricultural societies were more possessive because they live…
land between Tigris and Euphrates rivers where Sumer, Babylon…
Foraging society
hunter-gatherers
Neolithic Revolution
from 8000 to 3000 BCE, when people moved from nomadic lifesty…
AP World History - 8000 BCE to 600 CE Vocab
the "New Stone Age"; the time period w…
one of the first towns, along with Jer…
how plants, animals, goods, and ideas…
to have or attain an excess of somethi…
Neolithic Age
Catal Huyuk
cultural diffusion
surplus
the "New Stone Age"; the time period w…
Neolithic Age
one of the first towns, along with Jer…
Catal Huyuk
75 terms
APWH: 8000 BCE- 600 CE Terms
Foraging society
Neolithic Revolution
Nomadic vs Agricultural societies
Mesopotamia
hunter-gatherers
from 8000 to 3000 BCE, when people moved from nomadic lifesty…
Agricultural societies were more possessive because they live…
land between Tigris and Euphrates rivers where Sumer, Babylon…
Foraging society
hunter-gatherers
Neolithic Revolution
from 8000 to 3000 BCE, when people moved from nomadic lifesty…
40 terms
Beginnings to 600 BCE WHAP
Bi Austronesian migrations
Chumash Culture
Clovis Culture
Dreamtime
The last phase of great human migration that established huma…
Society in California that still lived in the hunting and gat…
Culture that prospered in North America around 12,000-10,000…
The aboriginals' outlook on life; told in stories, ceremonies…
Bi Austronesian migrations
The last phase of great human migration that established huma…
Chumash Culture
Society in California that still lived in the hunting and gat…
25 terms
GUIDE Unit 1: Period 1: Tech & Environmental Transformations, to 600 BCE
What is big geography? Examples.
Origins of human development and migra…
How did humans during the Paleolithic…
Theories on the cause(s) of the agricu…
study of the history of the world as a physical object with m…
humans appeared in eastern Africa about 200K years ago, and m…
humans had to kill animals and forage for berries/plants for…
availability of and access to farmland, stable climate for cr…
What is big geography? Examples.
study of the history of the world as a physical object with m…
Origins of human development and migra…
humans appeared in eastern Africa about 200K years ago, and m…
Asian Art History: Ancient India Lecture Guide #1
Aryan
Harappa
Terracotta
Dravidian
Indo-European speaking nomads who entered India from the Cent…
Site of one of the great cities of the Indus Valley civilizat…
Hard-baked clay, used for sculpture and as a building materia…
A member of an ancient dark-skinned people of southern India
Aryan
Indo-European speaking nomads who entered India from the Cent…
Harappa
Site of one of the great cities of the Indus Valley civilizat…
15 terms
Period 2: Organization & Reorganization of Human Societies c 600 BCE to 600 CE
Classical Era
Hinduism
Buddhism
Confucianism
600 BCE-600 CE; Greeks/Romans in Mediterranean, Han Dynasty i…
earliest known organized religion, written codes of faith & a…
"reform" of Hinduism started by Prince Siddhartha Gautama c.5…
based on teachings of Kong Fuzi (Confucius) in China c.500 BC…
Classical Era
600 BCE-600 CE; Greeks/Romans in Mediterranean, Han Dynasty i…
Hinduism
earliest known organized religion, written codes of faith & a…
AP World History Key Terms 600 BCE to 600 CE
Buddhism
Qin Dynasty
Han Dynasty
Persian Empire
Life is full of suffering
First imperial dynasty of China
Second imperial dynasty of China
Any series of imperial dynasties centered in Persia
Buddhism
Life is full of suffering
Qin Dynasty
First imperial dynasty of China
36 terms
APWH Period 2 (c. 600 BCE to c. 600 CE)
Third Chinese Dynasty
Fourth Chinese Dynasty
Gupta India
Zoroastrianism
Zhou Dynasty (1029 to 258 BCE) [Built Great Wall]
Han Dynasty (220 CE.)
-High-towered temples in honor of the Hindu gods.... -The growth…
A religion that held to a belief in a system of rewards and p…
Third Chinese Dynasty
Zhou Dynasty (1029 to 258 BCE) [Built Great Wall]
Fourth Chinese Dynasty
Han Dynasty (220 CE.)
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APWH — Must Know Vocabulary: 600 BCE - 600 CE
Ancestor Veneration
Animism
Bodhisattva
Caste System
Veneration of the dead or ancestor reverence is based on the…
The attribution of a soul to plants, inanimate objects, and n…
An enlightened individual who has achieved nirvana but delays…
A system of social stratification, which is now also used as…
Ancestor Veneration
Veneration of the dead or ancestor reverence is based on the…
Animism
The attribution of a soul to plants, inanimate objects, and n…
84 terms
Unit 1: Technological and Environmental Transformations (to c. 600 BCE)
Bipedalism
Primary sources
Paleolithic Age/Old Stone Age
Neolithic Revolution/Agricultural Revo…
the preference for walking erect on two limbs rather than four
original evidence from the time period
Ended at 8000 BCE, by which time humans inhabited all the con…
refers to the change over from food gathering to food produci…
Bipedalism
the preference for walking erect on two limbs rather than four
Primary sources
original evidence from the time period
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AP World History 8000 BCE - 600 CE Yellow Packet
Overarching Themes in AP World History
East Asia
Southeast Asia
South Asia
Encounters and interactions between societies... Changes and con…
China, Japan, North Korea, South Korea... ex. Chinese dynasties,…
Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singa…
India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka... ex. Bri…
Overarching Themes in AP World History
Encounters and interactions between societies... Changes and con…
East Asia
China, Japan, North Korea, South Korea... ex. Chinese dynasties,…
Semester 1 AP World Note-card Terms Unit 1 - 8,000 BCE to 600 B.C.E.
Abraham
Aryans
Austronesians
Bantu
Founder of Judaism who, according to the Bible, led his famil…
Indo-European speaking nomads who entered India from the Cent…
earliest inhabitants of New Guinea and Oceania; had remarkabl…
a family of languages widely spoken in the southern half of t…
Abraham
Founder of Judaism who, according to the Bible, led his famil…
Aryans
Indo-European speaking nomads who entered India from the Cent…
15 terms
Asian Studies Silk Road Timeline
Around 3000 BCE
323 BCE
Around 200 BCE
138-116 BCE
Silk road first produced in China
Alexander the Great's empire, which extends from Greece in th…
Chinese immigrants bring the secret of silk production to Kor…
Chinese general Zhang Qian goes on two missions to Central As…
Around 3000 BCE
Silk road first produced in China
323 BCE
Alexander the Great's empire, which extends from Greece in th…
37 terms
Asian Art midterm
Qin Dynasty, 221-207 BCE... First Emperor…
Han Dynasty, 206 BCE-220 CE... Funeral ba…
Han Dynasty, 206 BCE-220 CE... Incense bu…
Han Dynasty, 206 BCE-220 CE... Battle sce…
Qin Dynasty, 221-207 BCE... First Emperor…
Han Dynasty, 206 BCE-220 CE... Funeral ba…
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