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ap world (to 600 BCE)
MAJOR CHANGES
PALEOLITHIC PERIOD
PASTORAL SOCIETIES
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES
-Nomadic movements & migration... -figuring out farming & what h…
-Marked mostly by the use of stone tools... -the development of…
-often found in mountainous regions and in areas with insuffi…
-groups of people moved from nomadic lifestyles to agricultur…
MAJOR CHANGES
-Nomadic movements & migration... -figuring out farming & what h…
PALEOLITHIC PERIOD
-Marked mostly by the use of stone tools... -the development of…
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AP World Olmecs (1250 BCE- 400 BCE)
origin location
plants
specialization
inventions
- Meso. America ... - Mexico and N. Central America
corns, beans, squash
caused by food surpluses
- 365 day calendar... - made pyramids... - cultivated corn
origin location
- Meso. America ... - Mexico and N. Central America
plants
corns, beans, squash
41 terms
AP World History 8000 BCE-600 BCE
Aristocracy
Agriculture Revolution
Barbarian
Brahmins
A form of government in which power is held by nobility. The…
Definition- The development of crops and animal raising as a…
Definition- A member of a community or tribe not belonging to…
Definition- A member of a social and cultural elite. In Hindu…
Aristocracy
A form of government in which power is held by nobility. The…
Agriculture Revolution
Definition- The development of crops and animal raising as a…
41 terms
AP World History 8000 BCE-600 BCE
Aristocracy
Agriculture Revolution
Barbarian
Brahmins
A form of government in which power is held by nobility. The…
Definition- The development of crops and animal raising as a…
Definition- A member of a community or tribe not belonging to…
Definition- A member of a social and cultural elite. In Hindu…
Aristocracy
A form of government in which power is held by nobility. The…
Agriculture Revolution
Definition- The development of crops and animal raising as a…
AP World History 8000 BCE-600 BCE
Aristocracy
Agriculture Revolution
Barbarian
Brahmins
A form of government in which power is held by nobility. The…
Definition- The development of crops and animal raising as a…
Definition- A member of a community or tribe not belonging to…
Definition- A member of a social and cultural elite. In Hindu…
Aristocracy
A form of government in which power is held by nobility. The…
Agriculture Revolution
Definition- The development of crops and animal raising as a…
40 terms
AP World History 8000 BCE-600 BCE
Aristocracy
Agriculture Revolution
Barbarian
Brahmins
Definintion- A form of government in which power is held by n…
Definition- The development of crops and animal raising as a…
Definition- A member of a community or tribe not belonging to…
Definition- A member of a social and cultural elite ... Signifi…
Aristocracy
Definintion- A form of government in which power is held by n…
Agriculture Revolution
Definition- The development of crops and animal raising as a…
5 terms
AP World History - Period 1 (8000 BCE to 600 BCE) Countries
Mesopotamia
Egypt
Shang dynasty
Zhou dynasty
Mesopotamia
Egypt
40 terms
AP World History 8000 BCE-600 BCE
Agricultural revolution
Aristocracy
Barbarian
brahmins
The transition from foraging and cultivation of food occurrin…
Ruled by a privileged heredity class or nobility.
A person living outside of the Roman Empire.
Respected family of wealth and social position.
Agricultural revolution
The transition from foraging and cultivation of food occurrin…
Aristocracy
Ruled by a privileged heredity class or nobility.
13 terms
AP World (to 600 BCE)
Major Developments
Technology
Migration
Settlement Patterns
First migrations out of E. Africa, Neolithic Revolution, Firs…
Writing (cuneiform, oracle bones, quipu, heiroglyphics, numbe…
Out of Africa, Aryans in Harappan society, Bantu, Asians to A…
Population up from agriculture, city-states, nomads in Europe…
Major Developments
First migrations out of E. Africa, Neolithic Revolution, Firs…
Technology
Writing (cuneiform, oracle bones, quipu, heiroglyphics, numbe…
AP World - 600 BCE
jericho
Catal Huyuk
Danpo
Invention of Writing
- Known as the first civilization, by the Jordan River (West…
Turkey (early city)
China (early city)
- Sumerians (3500-3000 BCE)... - Keeping records... - Incas didn't…
jericho
- Known as the first civilization, by the Jordan River (West…
Catal Huyuk
Turkey (early city)
40 terms
AP World History 8000 BCE-600 BCE
Aristocracy
Agriculture Revolution
Barbarian
Brahmin
A form of government in which power is held by nobility. The…
The development of crops and animal raising as a source among…
A member of a community or tribe not belonging to one of the…
A member of a social and cultural elite
Aristocracy
A form of government in which power is held by nobility. The…
Agriculture Revolution
The development of crops and animal raising as a source among…
20 terms
AP World Test 8000 BCE to 600 BCE
8000 BCE
3000 BCE
3500 BCE
3200 BCE
beginning of agriculture
founding of the first cities in Sumeria
invention of wheel, plough (mesopotamia), and sail (egypt)
invention of writing in Mesopotamia
8000 BCE
beginning of agriculture
3000 BCE
founding of the first cities in Sumeria
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ap world vocab 8000 BCE - 600 BCE
agricultural/neolithic revolution
intensive cultivation
broad spectrum diet
fertile crescent
refers to the deliberate cultivation of particular plants as…
getting more for less, in this case more food and resources f…
making use of a large number of plants and to hunt and eat bo…
present day Iraq, Syria, Israel/Palestine, and southern Turke…
agricultural/neolithic revolution
refers to the deliberate cultivation of particular plants as…
intensive cultivation
getting more for less, in this case more food and resources f…
32 terms
AP World History 8000 BCE - 600 BCE
agricultural revolution
neolithic revolution
aristocracy
barbarians
...
...
...
...
agricultural revolution
...
neolithic revolution
...
14 terms
AP World: Foundations (8000 BCE-600 BCE)
Neolithic revolution
Bronze Age
Cuneiform
Hammurabi's Code
aka Agricultural revolution; 8000 BCE-3000 BCE; when people t…
latter part of the neolithic era; figured out how to make bro…
Sumerian form of writing; used to record laws, traties, and i…
first written law code: used in Babylon; protected property a…
Neolithic revolution
aka Agricultural revolution; 8000 BCE-3000 BCE; when people t…
Bronze Age
latter part of the neolithic era; figured out how to make bro…
AP World History: 8000 BCE to 600 BCE
8000 BCE
3000 BCE
5th c BCE
323 BCE
Beginnings of agriculture
Founding of first cities in Sumeria
Beginnings of Confucianism, Daoism, and Greek Golden Age
Alexander the Great
8000 BCE
Beginnings of agriculture
3000 BCE
Founding of first cities in Sumeria
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AP World - 8000-600 BCE
Invention of Agriculture 8000 BCE
Invention of Wheel 8000 BCE
Invention of Plough 7500 BCE
Invention of writing 3500 BCE
-It meant that societies could stay in one place instead of b…
-Helped develop the wagon... -Change the way people traveled... -He…
-Speed up the farming process... -some of the firsts were made o…
-The Sumerians invented cuneiform... -Cuneiform was wedge shaped…
Invention of Agriculture 8000 BCE
-It meant that societies could stay in one place instead of b…
Invention of Wheel 8000 BCE
-Helped develop the wagon... -Change the way people traveled... -He…
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AP Worlds 8,000 BCE-600 BCE
For how many years did hominid life ex…
How long ago did the first modern huma…
What the are the three periods in pre-…
Which species from the homo genus is s…
3-4 million years
100,000-200,000 years ago
Paleolithic, neolithic, and middle ages. History has recorded…
Homo sapiens
For how many years did hominid life ex…
3-4 million years
How long ago did the first modern huma…
100,000-200,000 years ago
38 terms
AP World Classical Period 600 BCE - 600 CE
Warring States
Spring & Autumn
100 Schools of Thought
Olmecs
(403-221 B.C.E.) period of Chinese history where states fough…
Period between the eighth and fifth centuries BCE, during whi…
The golden age of Chinese philosophy, where each school of ph…
(1400 B.C.E. to 500 B.C.E.) Earliest known Mexican civilizati…
Warring States
(403-221 B.C.E.) period of Chinese history where states fough…
Spring & Autumn
Period between the eighth and fifth centuries BCE, during whi…
16 terms
AP World Unit 1 (8000 BCE-600 BCE)
Neolithic Revolution
Judaism
Hinduism
Zoroastrianism
8000 BCE
2000 BCE
2000 BCE
1200 BCE
Neolithic Revolution
8000 BCE
Judaism
2000 BCE
AP World History-600 BCE
Paleolithic Era
Neolithic Revolution
The First Civilizations
Pastoralism develops in Afro-Eurasian…
Hunters and gatherers moved from East Africa, to Eurasia, to…
10,000 years ago the Neolithic Revolution led to the developm…
Mesopotamia ... - Sumer, Babylonia ... Americas... - Olmec, Norte Ch…
Different crops and animals are domesticated.
Paleolithic Era
Hunters and gatherers moved from East Africa, to Eurasia, to…
Neolithic Revolution
10,000 years ago the Neolithic Revolution led to the developm…
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AP World Classical Period 600 BCE - 600 CE Review
Period of the Warring States
Spring & Autumn
100 Schools of Thought
Olmecs
(403-221 B.C.E.) period of Chinese history where states fough…
Period between the eighth and fifth centuries BCE, during whi…
The golden age of Chinese philosophy, where each school of ph…
(1400 B.C.E. to 500 B.C.E.) Earliest known Mexican civilizati…
Period of the Warring States
(403-221 B.C.E.) period of Chinese history where states fough…
Spring & Autumn
Period between the eighth and fifth centuries BCE, during whi…
42 terms
AP World History: Ch. 2 Early Civilizations, 3500-600 BCE
Civilization
Mesopotamia
3500 BCE
4 Distinctive Features of Civilization
Societies distinguished by reliance on sedentary agriculture,…
Literally "between the rivers" -- the civilization that arose…
Civilization developed in Mesopotamia on the heels of changes…
economic surplus, formal governments, writing, urban centers.
Civilization
Societies distinguished by reliance on sedentary agriculture,…
Mesopotamia
Literally "between the rivers" -- the civilization that arose…
AP World History Beginnings to 600 BCE
Neolithic Revolution
Hunters/Gatherers
Sedentary Agriculturalists
Mesopotamia (Tigris-Euphrates)
The First Agricultural Revolution, also known as the Neolithi…
A hunter-gatherer or early human society is one in which most…
Sedentary farming is when a farm is based in the same locatio…
The area between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers was known as…
Neolithic Revolution
The First Agricultural Revolution, also known as the Neolithi…
Hunters/Gatherers
A hunter-gatherer or early human society is one in which most…
50 terms
AP World History: Foundations (8000 BCE- 600 BCE)
Paleolithic
Ziggurat
Pyramid
Monotheism
The period of the Stone Age associated with the evolution of…
A massive pyramidal stepped tower made of mud bricks. It's as…
Large, triangular stone monument used s a burial place for th…
Belief in one god
Paleolithic
The period of the Stone Age associated with the evolution of…
Ziggurat
A massive pyramidal stepped tower made of mud bricks. It's as…
26 terms
AP World 8000 - 600 BCE
Humans and the Environment: Before 800…
Humans and the Environment: ca. 8000 -…
Humans and the Environment: ca. 3500 -…
Humans and the Environment: ca. 1200 -…
-migration out of Africa to most continents... -ice ages persist…
-erosion and overgrazing caused by pastoralism... -irrigation an…
-mining... -increased impact of irrigation and canal building... -f…
-Bantu Migrations continue... -Indo-European migrations continue
Humans and the Environment: Before 800…
-migration out of Africa to most continents... -ice ages persist…
Humans and the Environment: ca. 8000 -…
-erosion and overgrazing caused by pastoralism... -irrigation an…
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AP World Classical Period 600 BCE - 600 CE
Warring States
Mayan Civilization
Teotihuacan
Achaemenid Empire
(403-221 B.C.E.) period of Chinese history where states fough…
American civilization located in Central America that saw its…
(200 BCE - 750 CE) Highland Mexico, largest city, obsidian, m…
The name of an ancient Persian Empire (c. 550-330 BCE) which…
Warring States
(403-221 B.C.E.) period of Chinese history where states fough…
Mayan Civilization
American civilization located in Central America that saw its…
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…
6 terms
AP World History to 600 BCE
Beginnings of agriculture
Beginnings of Bronze Age - Early Civil…
Hammurabi's Code
Early alphabetic script
8000 BCE
3000 BCE
18th Century BCE
1500 BCE
Beginnings of agriculture
8000 BCE
Beginnings of Bronze Age - Early Civil…
3000 BCE
16 terms
AP World Unit 1 & 2 8,000 BCE to 600 BCE
c8,000 BCE
c3,000 BCE
c1,300 BCE
6th century BCE
beginnings of agriculture
early civilizations/ Bronze age
Iron Age
Beginnings of Confucianism, Legalism and Daoism
c8,000 BCE
beginnings of agriculture
c3,000 BCE
early civilizations/ Bronze age
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AP World Dates test 8000 BCE - 202 BCE
8000 BCE
3000 BCE
1500 BCE
1300 BCE
Neolithic Revolution:... • domestication of plants and animals
• Beginning of civilization (Sumerians)... • The Bronze Age
Vedic Age: ... • cultural foundation of India and Hinduism
Iron Age (Hittites)
8000 BCE
Neolithic Revolution:... • domestication of plants and animals
3000 BCE
• Beginning of civilization (Sumerians)... • The Bronze Age
14 terms
AP World Dates (8000 BCE-600 CE)
8000 BCE
3000 BCE
1300 BCE
6th Century BCE
Beginnings of agriculture
Beginnings of Bronze Age... Early civilizations- Mesopotamia, Nu…
Iron Age
Buddha, Confucius, Lao Tsu... (Beginnings of Confucianism, Buddh…
8000 BCE
Beginnings of agriculture
3000 BCE
Beginnings of Bronze Age... Early civilizations- Mesopotamia, Nu…
600 BCE - 600 CE AP World History
What is the significance of the Yellow…
What is unique about the geography of…
What is the Mandate of Heaven?
What is the Dynastic cycle?
It is where early Chinese civilizations started
Its extreme regions make it somewhat isolated from other civi…
God made contracts with the emperors allowing them to be empe…
ideas of change in a dynasty; new dynasty gains power and cla…
What is the significance of the Yellow…
It is where early Chinese civilizations started
What is unique about the geography of…
Its extreme regions make it somewhat isolated from other civi…
27 terms
AP World History Unit 1 (600 BCE)
Out of Africa Migrations
Hammurabi
Cuneiform
Mesopotamia
A theory that states that humans originated in Africa then mo…
Amorite ruler of Babylon (r. 1792-1750 B.C.E.). He conquered…
A system of writing in which wedge-shaped symbols represented…
A region between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers that develop…
Out of Africa Migrations
A theory that states that humans originated in Africa then mo…
Hammurabi
Amorite ruler of Babylon (r. 1792-1750 B.C.E.). He conquered…
50 terms
AP World History: Foundations (8000 BCE- 600 BCE)
Paleolithic
Ziggurat
Pyramid
Monotheism
The period of the Stone Age associated with the evolution of…
A massive pyramidal stepped tower made of mud bricks. It's as…
Large, triangular stone monument used s a burial place for th…
Belief in one god
Paleolithic
The period of the Stone Age associated with the evolution of…
Ziggurat
A massive pyramidal stepped tower made of mud bricks. It's as…
50 terms
AP World History Vocab (8000 BCE - 600 BCE)
Neolithic Revolution
Aristocracy
Brahmins
Bureaucracy
The transition of human societies from hunter-gatherer to agr…
The highest class in certain societies, especially those hold…
The highest level of the Hindu caste system
A system in government in which most of the important decisio…
Neolithic Revolution
The transition of human societies from hunter-gatherer to agr…
Aristocracy
The highest class in certain societies, especially those hold…
18 terms
AP World History Period Test 8,000 BCE - 600 BCE
Mesopotamia
New Kingdom Egypt
Assyrian Empire
Persian Empire
3,000 BCE- 1150 BCE
1532 BCE- 1070 BCE
911 BCE- 612 BCE
550 BCE- 300 BCE
Mesopotamia
3,000 BCE- 1150 BCE
New Kingdom Egypt
1532 BCE- 1070 BCE
93 terms
AP World History: Dates 8000 BCE - Present
8000 BCE
3000 BCE
1300 BCE
6th century BCE
Beginning of agriculture
Beginning of Bronze Age
Iron Age
Lives of Buddha + Confucius + Lao Tzu
8000 BCE
Beginning of agriculture
3000 BCE
Beginning of Bronze Age
145 terms
AP World Study Guide 600 BCE-600CE
Persians
Achaemenid Empire
Medes
Cyrus
These people originated from Iran. They established the Persi…
This Empire was established by Cyrus. It was divided into sat…
Indo-European branch that settled into northern Persia and ev…
He laid the foundation for the 1st Persian Empire, the Achaem…
Persians
These people originated from Iran. They established the Persi…
Achaemenid Empire
This Empire was established by Cyrus. It was divided into sat…
29 terms
World History AP Test Review 8000 BCE - 600 BCE
Hominids
Homo sapiens
Paleolithic Era - Economy
Paleolithic Era - Society
Appeared 3 to 4 million years ago in southern and eastern Afr…
Homo sapiens, modern humans, emerged 100,000 to 200,000 years…
Called Old Stone Age (c.10,000 to 2.5 million years ago).... Gre…
Social groups: Extended families grew into clans; clans mixed…
Hominids
Appeared 3 to 4 million years ago in southern and eastern Afr…
Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens, modern humans, emerged 100,000 to 200,000 years…
139 terms
AP World History 600 BCE - 600 CE
Achaemenids
Alexander of Macedon
Anatolia
Bactria
Persia's first great dynasty. Founded by Cyrus and peaked und…
Son of King Philip; inherited his father's army. Conquered th…
Modern-day Turkey
Indian state on Indus River, set up by Alexander
Achaemenids
Persia's first great dynasty. Founded by Cyrus and peaked und…
Alexander of Macedon
Son of King Philip; inherited his father's army. Conquered th…
AP World History 8,000 BCE-600 BCE
Agricultural Revolution
Aristocracy
Barbarian
Brahmin
When Nomadic peoples settled down and domesticated plants and…
The highest class of people in certain societies, especially…
An uncivilized person
A member of the highest caste in Indian society. Responsible…
Agricultural Revolution
When Nomadic peoples settled down and domesticated plants and…
Aristocracy
The highest class of people in certain societies, especially…
30 terms
AP World History Foundations: c. 8000 BCE - c. 600 BCE
hominids
homo sapiens
Paleolithic Economy
Paleolithic Society
primates that appeared 3-4 million years ago in southern and…
modern humans, who emerged 100,000-200,000 ears ago; used adv…
aka Old Stone Age (c. 10,000 to 2.5 million years ago); nomad…
families-->clans-->warfare to form tribes including chiefs, l…
hominids
primates that appeared 3-4 million years ago in southern and…
homo sapiens
modern humans, who emerged 100,000-200,000 ears ago; used adv…
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AP World Assyrian Empire 911-612 BCE
commonly called "first empire"
paracitic
homeland in N. Mesopotamia
struck out in campaigns
first to rule over far flung lands and diverse groups of people
lived off of other's culture and resources
-differs from flat Sumer and Akkad... -more hilly with temperate…
-west steppe... -desert into Mediterranean ... -north into mountain…
commonly called "first empire"
first to rule over far flung lands and diverse groups of people
paracitic
lived off of other's culture and resources
AP World Period 1 (8000 BCE- 1600 BCE) Vocab
Lucy
Pastoralism
Chavin
Mohenjo- Daro
Name of the skeleton found in Africa in 1974 that dates back…
Agriculture that is based off of the raising of live stock
Civilization in Peru from about 900-200BCE known for its cult…
Civilization in Pakistan where six successful ancient cities…
Lucy
Name of the skeleton found in Africa in 1974 that dates back…
Pastoralism
Agriculture that is based off of the raising of live stock
19 terms
ap world history exam - 8000 BCE-600 bce
the first form of writing was ... 1. brou…
name two things that show how mesopota…
what was mesopotamia's political set u…
sumerian invention?
1. sumerians... 2. cuneiform... 3. clay
-epic of gilgamesh... -ziggurats
not centralized because of their city states such as ur and u…
the wheel
the first form of writing was ... 1. brou…
1. sumerians... 2. cuneiform... 3. clay
name two things that show how mesopota…
-epic of gilgamesh... -ziggurats
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AP World Hittite Empire (1700-1200 BCE)
location
capital
iron weapons + inventions
Treaty of Kadesh (1285 BCE)
- N.W Mesopotamia... - modern day Anatolia (Turkey)
Hattusha
- secret weapon... - cold water was key... -horse drawn war chariots
- Hittites v. Egypt v. Ramses... - Ramses negotiated... - married H…
location
- N.W Mesopotamia... - modern day Anatolia (Turkey)
capital
Hattusha
AP World Key Dates (8000 BCE-600 BCE)
1792 BCE - 1750 BCE
722 BCE
3100 BCE
1500 BCE - 500 BCE
Reign of Hammurabi
Assyrian Conquest of the Kingdom of Israel
Unification of Egypt
Vedic Age in South Asia
1792 BCE - 1750 BCE
Reign of Hammurabi
722 BCE
Assyrian Conquest of the Kingdom of Israel
AP World Period 1 8000 BCE to 600 BCE
Migration
First homo sapiens sapiens
Paleolithic Period
Hunter-forager society
pushing force was climate change. As the climate warmed or co…
east africa btwn 200,000-100,00 years ago
Stone age because of stone tools. ended circa 8000 BCE with t…
kinship groups-clans-tribes... traded goods as well as people -…
Migration
pushing force was climate change. As the climate warmed or co…
First homo sapiens sapiens
east africa btwn 200,000-100,00 years ago
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