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World History Ch1

Prentice Hall World History Connections to Today

When did the Neolithic agricultural revolution begin? 9000 B.C.
What area do many scientists believe the earliest people lived in? East Africa.
Two types of social scientists who learn about the human past by examining artifacts are archaeologists and what? historians.
Why do historians study the past? to learn why events happened.
When did major differences in social classes begin to emerge? at the beginning of civilization.
Who is associated with the term "Son of Heaven?" early Chinese kings.
What important breakthrough marked the beginning of the New Stone Age (or Neolithic period)? People learned to farm.
Since people needed fertile soil for farming, where did the first cities emerge? in river valleys.
What did early historians mostly write about? well-known and powerful people.
When did early people first begin to use stone tools? during the Old Stone Age.
What did different cultures develop calendars based on? the cycles of the sun and moon.
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