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cards to complete the Neolithic Revolution flip file

Examples: pharoah in Egypt, Hamurabbi's Code in Mesopotamia, Mandate of Heaven in Shang Dynasty government
because of a food surplus (extra food), not everyone had to farm job specialization
most early religions were polytheistic (belief in more than one god) religion
Example: grid pattern streets of Harappa and Mohenjo-daro infrastructure
reflect the beliefs/values of society. Examples: pyramids of Egypt and ziggurats of the Sumerians. arts and architecture
organized based on a hierarchy (a ranked order) social classes
Examples: hieroglyphics (Egypt), cuneiform (Sumerians) writing
Examples: Harappa and Mohenjo-daro (Indus Valley) cities
Development of agriculture and the domestication of animals Neolithic Revolution
to tame for personal use domesticate
person who travels from place to place in search of food nomad
mineral rich soil deposited when flood waters recede silt
location of the first civilizations because of fertile soil. Examples: Nile Valley (Egypt), Indus Valley (Harappans), Tigris and Euphrates Valley (Sumerians and Babylonians), Yellow (Huang He)Valley (Shang Dynasty) river valleys
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