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World History I

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  1. World History I Unit Three Block Two Lecture How location affected the development of Indian civilization

  2. Make sure that you are viewing this in “Slide Show” format. Click on “Slide Show” and push “from beginning”. Move through the presentation by pushing on the “up” and “down” arrows” on your keyboard This is the middle east (far from us) Click me This is us This is India (ridiculously far from us)

  3. The Indian Sub-Continent Click me • Civilization starts in the Indus River Valley (3300 to 1500 BCE/BC) • Spreads east to the Ganges River Valley 1900 to 1300 BCE/BC) • Includes the modern day countries of Pakistan and India

  4. The perfect climate for civilization Click Here • The climate allows for the rapid development of agriculture and urban areas • Monsoons provide significant rainfall to support agriculture development

  5. Geographic Isolation Click here • Protected to the north by mountains • Hindu Kush (northwest) • Himalayas (north) • Protected to the south by water • Arabian Sea (west) • Bay of Bengal (east) • Indian Ocean (south)

  6. Trade and Invasion Routes Click here • Mountain passes like the Khyber Pass through the Hindu Kush were used as invasion routes by the Aryans, as well as trade routes • India traded with Mesopotamian societies via the Arabian Sea and Persian Gulf

  7. Early Indian Cities Click here • Early cities in India develop on the Indus River and include Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro • Early Indian cities include a grid street layout, wide streets, and public baths