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  1. Early Civilization Test Review

  2. Paleolithic Age - Men and women of the Paleolithic Age were nomads.

  3. They live in bands of no more than 2-3 dozen people. SMALL GROUPS

  4. 2. Neolithic Revolution10,000 B.C. • Discovery of farming/and the domestication of animals

  5. 4. Permanent Settlements Steady Food Source Increase in Population New Technology New Cultural Developments More Complex Society

  6. 5. Tigris River & Euphrates River

  7. 6. Fertile Crescent is also known as MESOPOTAMIA!

  8. 7. Sumerians are the first civilization to develop in Mesopotamia. 3,300 B.C.

  9. 8. Sumerians were ruled by monarchs (kings).

  10. 9. Code of Hammurabi: First set of written laws created by King Hammurabi to unify the laws throughout an empire.

  11. 10. Egyptian Empire was surrounded by deserts (Eastern and Western Desert).

  12. 11. Positive--Kept invaders out. NATURAL BARRIER!

  13. 12. Egyptians traded with Sumerians and Nubians

  14. 13. Hieroglyphics—system of writing using pictures and symbols. *culturally diffused from Sumerian Cuneiform

  15. 14. Shang Dynasty-∙1st dynasty to leave written records.

  16. 15a.Mandate of Heaven—theory that it is justified to overthrow a bad government with the approval of the gods. B. Started by the Zhou Dynasty

  17. 16. Two major river systems are:1. Yangtze River (AKA—Chang Jiang)2. Huang He(AKA—Yellow)

  18. 17. Chinese called themselves the“Middle Kingdom”a. thought they were the center of the civilized world

  19. 18.Monsoons:seasonal winds that dominate Indus’s climate

  20. 19.Natural barriers between India and the rest of the Asian continent: 1. Himalaya Mountains 2. Thar Desert 3. Hindu Kush Mountains 4. Karakoram Mountains

  21. 20. China’s natural barriers:1. Gobi Desert2.Taklamakan Desert3. Plateau of Tibet4. Himalaya Mountains

  22. 21. Natural Barriers provide protection by keeping out invaders.

  23. 22. Common features:*developed on rivers*transportation*trade*irrigation*silt/fertile soil*polytheistic*system of writing

  24. 23. Rivers provided:*transportation*trade*irrigation*silt/fertile soil

  25. Sumerian Achievements/Contributions:

  26. Ziggurats – temples:

  27. Cuneiform: 1st system of writing

  28. Code of Hammurabi: first set of written laws A. An for an .

  29. Egyptian Contributions and Achievements: 1. Hieroglyphics—system of writing using pictures and symbols.

  30. Papyrus—paper made from reeds that grew in the marshy Nile delta.

  31. Pyramids—tombs for pharaohs Pyramids at Giza

  32. Pharoahs—Egyptian God- Kings Theocracy—Gov’t in which the ruler is believed to be a god or a representative of the god(s).

  33. Indus Contributions/Achievements:A. City building:1. Kalibangan 2. Mohenjo-Daro 3. Harappa

  34. Laid cities in precise grid system

  35. Engineers built plumbing and sewage systems.

  36. Sanskrit—system of writing

  37. YellowContributions/Achievements:*Mandate of Heaven—theory that it is justified to overthrow a bad government with the approval of the gods.

  38. Mandate of Heaven

  39. Ancient Chinese Writing