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Early Civilization -- World History
Fertile Crescent
Polytheistic
City-State
Code of Hammurabi
Fertile piece of land in the Middle East
Meaning many gods Poly = many = theistic means gods
...
eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth. Depending of the social st…
Fertile Crescent
Fertile piece of land in the Middle East
Polytheistic
Meaning many gods Poly = many = theistic means gods
26 terms
World History Early Civilizations 
Cities differed from Neolithic village…
Which of the following was not true of…
Which of the following statements is a…
The Mandate of Heaven governed the rel…
B. cities decisively influenced the economic, political and c…
D) Nomadic societies had little positive influence on settled…
d) Both religions taught the importance of karma in affecting…
a) China
Cities differed from Neolithic village…
B. cities decisively influenced the economic, political and c…
Which of the following was not true of…
D) Nomadic societies had little positive influence on settled…
25 terms
World History-- Early Civilizations
Fertile Crescent
other names for the Fertile Crescent
Tigris and Euphrates Rivers
Sumerians
-- the region within the Middle East where "civilization" began
Mesopotamia, the Tigris and Euphrates river valleys
the two rivers around which the first civilizations emerged
the first people to become "civilized"-- settling down around…
Fertile Crescent
-- the region within the Middle East where "civilization" began
other names for the Fertile Crescent
Mesopotamia, the Tigris and Euphrates river valleys
World History Early Civilization
Rivers purposes
Barter
Agriculture
Indus River Valley civilization what m…
Crops and farming
A form of trade in which people exchange goods/services witho…
Farming
Grid plans, sewage, substance farming, plumbing, and trade
Rivers purposes
Crops and farming
Barter
A form of trade in which people exchange goods/services witho…
world history early civilization
Neolithic revolutuion
agricultural revolution
ziggurat
hieroglyphics
civilizations turned from hunterer gatherers to pernament set…
increase of crop production advance crop methods
rectangular stepped temple for summerians
symbols for writing/words in ancient egypt
Neolithic revolutuion
civilizations turned from hunterer gatherers to pernament set…
agricultural revolution
increase of crop production advance crop methods
World History: Early Civilization
Agricultural Revolution
Waste Pit Theory
Characteristics of a Civilization
Other Characteristics
Nomads began to settle, Developed agriculture, Domestication…
-Didn't intentionally grow crops... -Discovered plants grew in w…
-Surplus food and irrigation... -Cities and Government... -Division…
-Developing a calendar... -Inventing Writing-around 3000 B.C.
Agricultural Revolution
Nomads began to settle, Developed agriculture, Domestication…
Waste Pit Theory
-Didn't intentionally grow crops... -Discovered plants grew in w…
24 terms
World History Early Civilization
Neanderthals
Agricultural Revolution
Waste Pit Theory
Characteristics of a Civilization
changed face structure and family structure; homo sapiens who…
Nomads began to settle, developed agriculture (Waste Pit Theo…
Early Humans did not intentionally grow crops, they harvested…
-Surplus of food and irrigation... -Cities and gov't... -division o…
Neanderthals
changed face structure and family structure; homo sapiens who…
Agricultural Revolution
Nomads began to settle, developed agriculture (Waste Pit Theo…
World History: Early civilizations
Agricultural Revolution
Artisans
City-state
Bronze
the far-reaching changes in human life resulting from the beg…
skilled workers who make goods by hand
political unit much like an independent country
a mixture of copper and tin
Agricultural Revolution
the far-reaching changes in human life resulting from the beg…
Artisans
skilled workers who make goods by hand
World History (Early Civilization)
Howard Carter
Monotheism
Polytheism
Zoroastrianism
British archeologist founded King Tuts tomb
belief in a single God, or a religion affirming that belief
Belief in many gods
Persia state religion- world divided between good and evil sp…
Howard Carter
British archeologist founded King Tuts tomb
Monotheism
belief in a single God, or a religion affirming that belief
54 terms
World History Early Civilization
Paleothic Period
Neolithic Period
Early African Crops
Early American Crops
"Old Stone Age"... -not actually stone... 2-2.5 million years ago... -…
"New Stone Age"... 8500-3500 B.C.... -humans started to farm the la…
sorghum, millet, groundnuts, and gourds
maize, potatoes, quinoa
Paleothic Period
"Old Stone Age"... -not actually stone... 2-2.5 million years ago... -…
Neolithic Period
"New Stone Age"... 8500-3500 B.C.... -humans started to farm the la…
31 terms
World History - Early Civilization
Hunter-gatherers (foragers)
Agricultural revolution
Domestication
Specualization
Those who support themselves by hunting wild animals and gath…
Briningg plants and animals back to their villages to be grow…
Hunting and gathering or foragung to systmatic agriculture
A division of labor where people are involved in trade, ceaft…
Hunter-gatherers (foragers)
Those who support themselves by hunting wild animals and gath…
Agricultural revolution
Briningg plants and animals back to their villages to be grow…
30 terms
World History Early Civilization
Hammurabi
irrigation
ziggurats
King David
Amorite ruler of Babylon (r. 1792-1750 B.C.E.). He conquered…
A way of supplying water to an area of land
temples built by Sumerians to honor the gods and goddesses th…
considered one of the greatest kings of all time and defeated…
Hammurabi
Amorite ruler of Babylon (r. 1792-1750 B.C.E.). He conquered…
irrigation
A way of supplying water to an area of land
21 terms
world history- early civilization
culture
civilization
Mesopotamia
city-state
its the way of life of people in a certain time and place
refers to a complex culture in which large numbers of people…
A plain that is part of the fertile crescent
a state with political and economic control over the surround…
culture
its the way of life of people in a certain time and place
civilization
refers to a complex culture in which large numbers of people…
World History- Early Civilization
Howard Carter
Monotheism
Zoroastrianism
Regnal Dating
British archeologist who discovered the first steps of King T…
Belief in a single God or a religion affirming that belief
Would become the de-facto state religion of Persia-views the…
A system used based on the Reign of Kings to establish dates.
Howard Carter
British archeologist who discovered the first steps of King T…
Monotheism
Belief in a single God or a religion affirming that belief
world history: early civilization
fertile crescent
mesopotamia
hierarchy
cuneiform
region of the middle east in which civilizations first arose
region within the fertile crescent that lies between tigris a…
system of ranking groups
in the ancient middle east, a system of writing that used WED…
fertile crescent
region of the middle east in which civilizations first arose
mesopotamia
region within the fertile crescent that lies between tigris a…
World History (Early Civilization)
Culture
Civilzation
Mesopotamia
City-state
the way of a people in a certain time and place
Complex culture in which large numbers of people share severa…
a plain that is the part of the Fertile Crescent, located bet…
a state with political and economic control over surrounding…
Culture
the way of a people in a certain time and place
Civilzation
Complex culture in which large numbers of people share severa…
57 terms
World History (Early Civilizations)
Aztec location
Mayan location
Mesopotamia location
Inca location
Valley of Mexico
Yucatan peninsula
Between the tigris and euphrates river
Peru
Aztec location
Valley of Mexico
Mayan location
Yucatan peninsula
World History Early Civilization
Prehistory
Archaeology
Artifacts
Fossils
The period of time before writing
The study of past societies through an analysis of the items…
Tools, pottery, paintings, weapons, buildings and household i…
Remnants or impressions of an organism from a past geologic a…
Prehistory
The period of time before writing
Archaeology
The study of past societies through an analysis of the items…
World History Early Civilizations
Historians
Archeologists
artifacts
fossils
people who study and write about the human past
people who search for evidence buried in ground
weapons, tools, and other things made by humans
traces of plants or animals preserved in rock
Historians
people who study and write about the human past
Archeologists
people who search for evidence buried in ground
5 terms
World History Early Civilizations
Mayans
Aztecs
Incas
Indus Valley Civilizations
Achievement: Calendar... Food: Farm in rain forests built Platfo…
Achievements: construct many temples and buildings, as well a…
Achievements: Were the best engineers in Americas. They had g…
Majority of people would farm. Paid the taxes with their crop…
Mayans
Achievement: Calendar... Food: Farm in rain forests built Platfo…
Aztecs
Achievements: construct many temples and buildings, as well a…
Early Civilizations [World History]
Mesapotamia
Civilization
River valleys (why were they important)
Name the two rivers 0f mesapotamia
The land between two rivers - first civilization
complex societies - they have cities organized governments ar…
they were the center of trade and farming
Tigris and Euphrates
Mesapotamia
The land between two rivers - first civilization
Civilization
complex societies - they have cities organized governments ar…
96 terms
World History: Early Civilizations
Time period of Ancient Sumer
Time period of Ancient Egypt
Time period of Ancient India
Time period of Zhou dynasty (earliest…
3500 B.C.
3100 B.C. (Nile river)
2500 B.C. (Indus River)
1700 B.C. (Huang river)
Time period of Ancient Sumer
3500 B.C.
Time period of Ancient Egypt
3100 B.C. (Nile river)
World History and Early Civilizations
Cultural Diffusion
Ethnocentrism
Cultural Relativism
Paleolithic
the spread of culture- traditions and rituals from one cultur…
judging another culture solely by the values and standards of…
the belief that all cultures have value and that they should…
nomads rely on hunting-gathering, cave painting, burial of de…
Cultural Diffusion
the spread of culture- traditions and rituals from one cultur…
Ethnocentrism
judging another culture solely by the values and standards of…
29 terms
world history: EARLY CIVILIZATION
prehistory
Anthropologist
Archaeologist
The Stone Age
the period of time before writing was invented
use artifacts to discover in formation about early humans or…
uses artifacts to analyze a culture or human activity
The prehistoric time when people used simple stone tools
prehistory
the period of time before writing was invented
Anthropologist
use artifacts to discover in formation about early humans or…
World History Early Civilization
What are the eight basic features comm…
because of farming...
age before farming:
social classes order
• cities... • well-organized central governments... • complex relig…
people could start civilizations and stay in one place
Stone Age (10,000 B.C)
Priests and Nobles... Wealthy Merchants... Artisans... Farmers... Slaves
What are the eight basic features comm…
• cities... • well-organized central governments... • complex relig…
because of farming...
people could start civilizations and stay in one place
22 terms
World History: Early Civilizations
Dynasty
Mummification
Pharoah
Polytheism
a series of rulers from a single family
process of preserving and drying corpses to prevent them from…
ruler of egypt. considered a god as well as political/militar…
belief in may gods
Dynasty
a series of rulers from a single family
Mummification
process of preserving and drying corpses to prevent them from…
World History (Early civilizations)
Why were early civilizations successful?
most civilizations were connected thro…
religion, language, writing systems, w…
Monarchs were the norm. what was the s…
geographical blessed locations. (water sources allowed more t…
Trade
diffusion
kings atop with priests, slaves were at the bottom of the pec…
Why were early civilizations successful?
geographical blessed locations. (water sources allowed more t…
most civilizations were connected thro…
Trade
31 terms
world history early civilizations
describe the first human beings in a c…
who did the first civilizations turn t…
where could mesopotamia be found
what is a city state
the first humans were wanderers
heredity monarchs
part of the fertile crescent surrounded by tigris and euphrat…
a political unit made up of a city and the surrounding lands
describe the first human beings in a c…
the first humans were wanderers
who did the first civilizations turn t…
heredity monarchs
World History 1 - Early Civilizations
During the New Stone Age, permanent se…
In Southwest Asia, the land between th…
In Egypt, the ...
In India, the...
FERTILE SOILS, PROTECTION
MESOPOTAMIA
NILE RIVER AND DELTA
INDUS RIVER VALLEY
During the New Stone Age, permanent se…
FERTILE SOILS, PROTECTION
In Southwest Asia, the land between th…
MESOPOTAMIA
15 terms
World history - early civilization
Civilization
Cultural diffusion
Primary sources
Secondary sources
Stage of human social development
Spread of culture
Form the event it's self
Something about the event
Civilization
Stage of human social development
Cultural diffusion
Spread of culture
World History-- Early Civilizations
Fertile Crescent
other names for the Fertile Crescent
Tigris and Euphrates Rivers
Sumerians
-- the region within the Middle East where "civilization" began
Mesopotamia, the Tigris and Euphrates river valleys
the two rivers around which the first civilizations emerged
the first people to become "civilized"-- settling down around…
Fertile Crescent
-- the region within the Middle East where "civilization" began
other names for the Fertile Crescent
Mesopotamia, the Tigris and Euphrates river valleys
32 terms
World History early civilizations
Mesopotamia geography
Mesopotamia social class
Mesopotamia economy
Mesopotamia government
Tigris and euphrates river, river valley, pursian gulf, ferti…
Kings > priest > scribes > merchants and artisans > farmers >…
City-states along rivers
Ruled by priest; later warriors
Mesopotamia geography
Tigris and euphrates river, river valley, pursian gulf, ferti…
Mesopotamia social class
Kings > priest > scribes > merchants and artisans > farmers >…
World History: Early Civilizations
Sargon
Ziggurat
Sumerians
Babylonians
Sumerian; established the first empire
Center of Sumerian community life;... Served as temple, storehou…
Creators of Mesopotamian civilization; large-scale irrigation…
Conquered Sumeria and established centralized government;... Adv…
Sargon
Sumerian; established the first empire
Ziggurat
Center of Sumerian community life;... Served as temple, storehou…
20 terms
World History Early Civilizations
Assyrians
Sumerians
Israelites
Minoans
weapons; siege warfare and library
cuneiform; first civilization; wheel, 60-minute hour
monotheism
architecture
Assyrians
weapons; siege warfare and library
Sumerians
cuneiform; first civilization; wheel, 60-minute hour
6 terms
World History: Early Civilizations
Nomads
Hunter-Gatherers
Cave Paintings
Neolithic Revolution
highly mobile people who moved from place to place searching…
hunting animals and gathering plants to feed themselves and o…
painted in caves based on animals, animal sculptures, engrave…
agricultural revolution that began about 10,000 years ago
Nomads
highly mobile people who moved from place to place searching…
Hunter-Gatherers
hunting animals and gathering plants to feed themselves and o…
25 terms
World History: Early civilizations
3500 - 3000 B.C. ... The Sumerians were t…
2300 - 1750 B.C. ... The Babylonians conq…
2000 - 1200 B.C.... The Hittites conquere…
605 - 550 B.C... The Chaldeans establishe…
2371 B.C. ... Sargon established the first empire
1750 B.C.... The Hammurabi Code was the universal written code t…
911 - 550 B.C. ... The Assyrians created an empire based on mili…
500 B.C. ... The Persians attempted to unify the entire Near Eas…
3500 - 3000 B.C. ... The Sumerians were t…
2371 B.C. ... Sargon established the first empire
2300 - 1750 B.C. ... The Babylonians conq…
1750 B.C.... The Hammurabi Code was the universal written code t…
World History Early Civilizations
Mesopotamia
Mesopotamian Civilizations
Sumerians ... (3500BC-3000BC)
Ziggurat
Southwest Asia... Tigris and Euphrates River
Sumerians, Babylonians, Hitties, Assyrians, Chaldeans, ... Persi…
creators of mesopotamia... large scale irrigation projects ... Zigg…
center of community life serving as a temple, storehouse or t…
Mesopotamia
Southwest Asia... Tigris and Euphrates River
Mesopotamian Civilizations
Sumerians, Babylonians, Hitties, Assyrians, Chaldeans, ... Persi…
World History Early civilizations
Paleolithic Period
Neolithic Period
Fertile Crescent
Cuneiform
The stone age
New Stone Age
Region of the Middle East in which civilizations first arose…
In the ancient Middle East, a system of writing that used wed…
Paleolithic Period
The stone age
Neolithic Period
New Stone Age
World history: Early Civilizations
mesopotamia
sumerians time period
sumerian occupations
city states
first place settles because of FERTILE crescent, Tigers and e…
3500BC
farmers and city builders
gov't---monarchies
mesopotamia
first place settles because of FERTILE crescent, Tigers and e…
sumerians time period
3500BC
21 terms
World History-Early Civilizations
Culture
Civilization
Mesopotamia
City-State
A way of life of a people in a certain time and place
A complex culture in which large numbers of people share seve…
A plain That is part of the Fertile Crescent. "Land between t…
A state with political and economic control over the surround…
Culture
A way of life of a people in a certain time and place
Civilization
A complex culture in which large numbers of people share seve…
26 terms
Early Civilizations World History
traditional economy
basics of civilizations
how to prevent floods
priests back then
rely on doing the same thing over and over again
-organized government... -complex religions... -job specializations…
-build a dike... -dig canal
could communicate with the gods
traditional economy
rely on doing the same thing over and over again
basics of civilizations
-organized government... -complex religions... -job specializations…
World history - early civilization
Who created the lunar calandar
Who made the white chariot (fast, ligh…
Called old Babylonians
Had Code of Hammurabi
Sumerians
Amorites
Amorites
Amorites
Who created the lunar calandar
Sumerians
Who made the white chariot (fast, ligh…
Amorites
109 terms
Early Civilization - World History
3200-300's BC
Archeology
Luke
When did Human civilization begin?
Time period we're studying
Tool of justification of the OT
Primary historian of the OT
After the flood
3200-300's BC
Time period we're studying
Archeology
Tool of justification of the OT
50 terms
World History Early Civilization
Paleolithic
Neolithic
Polytheism
Monotheism
Old Stone Age, not very advanced, tools of cracked stone and…
New Stone Age, more advanced, tools of sharpened stone and ev…
The belief in many gods or Goddesses
The belief in just one God or Goddess.
Paleolithic
Old Stone Age, not very advanced, tools of cracked stone and…
Neolithic
New Stone Age, more advanced, tools of sharpened stone and ev…
35 terms
World History Early Civilizations
Meaning of Mesopotamia
Significance of Fertile Crescent
2 rivers important to Mesopotamia
Time period of Sumer
Land between the rivers
Good farming land
Tigris, Euphrates
3500s B.C.
Meaning of Mesopotamia
Land between the rivers
Significance of Fertile Crescent
Good farming land
45 terms
World History Early Civilizations
5 traits of civilization
5 traits of civilization
5 traits of civilization
5 traits of civilization
Growth of Cities (population and trade)
Specialized Workers (artisans, end subsistence farming)
Record Keeping/Writing (Cuneiform 3,000BC)
Advanced Technology (sailboat, plow, bronze)
5 traits of civilization
Growth of Cities (population and trade)
5 traits of civilization
Specialized Workers (artisans, end subsistence farming)
29 terms
world history/ early civilizations
things associated with humans were ___…
homo sapiens go back how many years ago?
why don't we know much about the homo…
how long did the stone ages last?
2,000,000,000 years ago
300,000 years
there were no written documents at the time
from 2million b.c. to 3,000 b.c.
things associated with humans were ___…
2,000,000,000 years ago
homo sapiens go back how many years ago?
300,000 years
Early Civilization (AP World History)
Paleolithic era
Neolithic era
Neolithic era accomplishments
Hunting societies
Stone age
New stone age
Discovery of tools (flint points, axes, weapons, snares, hook…
First form of social organization
Paleolithic era
Stone age
Neolithic era
New stone age
58 terms
World History-early civil.
what are the 2 time periods that make…
what is pre-history?
about how many people lived in each no…
what is a 'dig'?
1. Old Stone Age: Paleolithic Age... 2. New Stone Age: Neolithic…
time before writing
20-30 people...easier to feed and such
sight where artifacts are uncovered
what are the 2 time periods that make…
1. Old Stone Age: Paleolithic Age... 2. New Stone Age: Neolithic…
what is pre-history?
time before writing
15 terms
World History - Early Civilizations
What was the most significant geograph…
Why was Constantine's conversion to Ch…
Early Christianity accepted aspects of…
What was the most important factor tha…
Greece had many islands that shared ideas with each other.
His conversion meant that Christians would no longer be perse…
The New Testament references some Jewish teachings.
They had many natural harbors.
What was the most significant geograph…
Greece had many islands that shared ideas with each other.
Why was Constantine's conversion to Ch…
His conversion meant that Christians would no longer be perse…
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