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  1. Study Guide: APWH Unit 1 Test Chapter 1-4 Test Monday!!! Study

  2. Study Guide: APWH Unit 1 Test • 1. Know the key components of what makes a society. • 2. Know what role writing plays in the formation of civilizations. • 3. Compare the development of Egypt with the development of Mesopotamia. • 4. What are the characteristics of Hunter-Gatherer groups and how did they organize politically? • 5. What was specific developed during the Paleolithic age? • 6. Which River Valley civilization had little contact with areas because of geography? • 7. The earliest writing was developed in what part of the world? • 8. Define and know what Jewish Monotheism means: • 9. How was the Tigris-Euphrates region organized politically that was similar to Greece? • 10. Sumerian civilization produced the first what? • 11. Define the role of women in Han China? • 12. Why was China economically strong in the classic period? • 13. What were the differences between Classical Civilizations and River-Valley Civilizations? • 14. What is a Dynasty (China) • 15. What were China’s views on nature? • 16. Know what Daoism stands for and believe and what Confucianism stands for and what are their beliefs. • 17. What are characteristics of Chinese Art? • 18. Why did India develop more emotional spontaneity than did China? • 19. What purpose did the Indian Caste system serve? • 20. Which place were merchants more valued in society, India or China? • 21. Know the extent of the Indian trading zone and contacts. • 22. What are shared values by Hindu’s and Confucianism? • 23. Compare and Contrast Buddhism and Hinduism. • 24. What did the divine essence mean to Hindus? • 25. Define Nirvana • 26. What did the Aryan conquerors bring to India? • 27. Give reasons as to why India was invaded more than China? • 28. What is a way that Roman emperors tried to prevent popular disorder. • 29. Both Greek and Roman agriculture shared this characteristic. • 30. Because the Roman’s depended on slaves, how did they lag behind the Indian’s or Chinese? • 31. What was Rome’s stance on diversity of Religion? • 32. How was Greece and India similar politically? • 33. The Senate in Rome represented what specific people? • 34. How was Democracy in Rome and Greece different? What was their position on the division of government? • 35. What was Rome’s greatest accomplishment if Greece’s was politics? • 36. Who were the two fighters in the Punic Wars?

  3. 1. Know the key components of what makes a society/civilization. • Cities • Well-Organized Central Government • Complex Religions • Job Specialization • Social Classes • Arts and Architecture • Public Works • Writings

  4. 2. Know what role writing plays in the formation of civilizations. • Writing helps explain why governments could become more formal and bureaucratic.

  5. 3. Compare/Contrast the development of Egypt with the development of Mesopotamia. • Egypt differed from Mesopotamian civilization by stressing a well organized, durable empire. • Mesopotamian civilization differed from Egypt in that their civilization started from scratch.

  6. 4. What are the characteristics of Hunter-Gatherer groups and how did they organize politically? • Hunting and gathering societies organized in small groups as their political units.

  7. 5. What was specific developed during the Paleolithic age? • Paleolithic Age refers to the period in which simple stones tools were developed.

  8. 6. Which River Valley civilization had little contact with areas because of geography? • Among the river valley civilizations the Huanghe culture in China was the most isolated.

  9. 7. The earliest writing was developed in what part of the world? • The earliest writing was developed in Mesopotamia.

  10. 8. Define and know what Jewish Monotheism means: • Jewish Monotheism is an emphasis on the power and abstraction of God.

  11. 9. How was the Tigris-Euphrates region organized politically that was similar to Greece? • The Characteristic political organization of the Tigris-Euphrates civilization was the regional city states.

  12. 10. Sumerian civilization produced the first what? • The Sumerian civilization produced the first written law code.

  13. 11. Define the role of women in Han China? • Women in Han Chinese society sometimes became quite powerful in a household.

  14. 12. Why was China economically strong in the classic period? • China was economically strong in the classic period hue to high levels of Technological innovation.

  15. 13. What were the differences between Classical Civilizations and River-Valley Civilizations? • One main difference was that in classical civilizations political organizations were more elaborate.

  16. 14. What is a Dynasty (China)

  17. 15. What were China’s views on nature? • China’s view 0n nature emphasized Harmony and balance.

  18. 16. Know what Daoism stands for and believe and what Confucianism stands for and what are their beliefs. • Daoism- • Confucianism-

  19. 17. What are characteristics of Chinese Art? • Chinese art featured careful craftsmanship and detail work.

  20. 18. Why did India develop more emotional spontaneity than did China? • Classical India, in comparison to China, encouraged GREATER EMOTIONAL spontaneity.

  21. 19. What purpose did the Indian Caste system serve? • The Indian Caste system enforced the rules about social behavior.

  22. 20. Which place were merchants more valued in society, India or China? • India

  23. 21. Know the extent of the Indian trading zone and contacts. • Indians trading route involved direct contact with: Southeast Asia China the Middle East Central Asia

  24. 22. What are shared values by Hindu’s and Confucianism? • Confucian and Hindu values both helped justify and preserve social inequality.

  25. 23. Compare and Contrast Buddhism and Hinduism. • Buddhism differed from Hinduism by not believing in the caste system.

  26. 24. What did the divine essence mean to Hindus? • Mystical creatures, Gods, and Spirits…all living creatures need to participate in divine essence.

  27. 25. Define Nirvana • Full union with the divine essence

  28. 26. What did the Aryan conquerors bring to India? • New ideas such as religion innovations/changes.

  29. 27. Give reasons as to why India was invaded more than China? • Regional diversity • Geographical position • Greater contact with other societies • Political tradition

  30. 28. What is a way that Roman emperors tried to prevent popular disorder. • Organizing food supplies and distribution.

  31. 29. Both Greek and Roman agriculture shared this characteristic. • Tended to develop large, commercial estates.-architecture

  32. 30. Because the Roman’s depended on slaves, how did they lag behind the Indian’s or Chinese? • They (Romans) both lagged in technological advances when compared to China or Indians.

  33. 31. What was Rome’s stance on diversity of Religion? • Tolerated local political and religious diversity

  34. 32. How was Greece and India similar politically? • The tendency of regional fragmentation.

  35. 33. The Senate in Rome represented what specific people? • The landed aristocracy

  36. 34. How was Democracy in Rome and Greece different? What was their position on the division of government? • Greeks-politics • Rome-engineering

  37. 35. What was Rome’s greatest accomplishment if Greece’s was politics? • Architecture and politics

  38. 36. Who were the two fighters in the Punic Wars? • Carthage and Rome