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A.P. world

TermDefinition
Surplus More than needed
Aero culture Growing plants without soil
Stratification Arranging people into social classes
Neolithic New old Stone Age
Agriculturalist Someone concerned with art or business of cultivating soil
Domestication Adaptation to humans
Populate To inhabit
Beast of burden Animal used to carry things
Civilization A society in a particular place and time
Denser More dense
Architectural Pertaining to architect
Interacted Act together
Culture Knowledge and values shared by a society
Environment Surrounding condition
Development Growing
Flourish Too grow well
Progressing Moving forward
Egalitarian People who believe in equality
Cuneiform Sumerians writing
Ziggurat Structures in Mesopotamia
Centralized Undr control of central rule
Patriarchal Ruled by the father
Polytheistic Multipul gods
Defusion Brought together
Cataracts Waterfall
Stability Repetitive almost
Intermediate Middle of a scale of evaluation
Pharaoh Egyptian ruler
Hieroglyphics Egyptians wrote in
Deduce Conclude my reasoning
Ancient Very old
Advancement Progressing
Strict Very sturn
Freedman A man who was a slave now free
Expansionistic Expanding
Monotheism 1 God
Covent Early from of convent
Animism Belief that animals are spirits
Dynasty A sequence of leaders in the same family
Zoroastrianism Ancient Iranian religion
Metallurgy Science a technology of metals
Eurasia Europe and Asia
Bantu African tribe
Sub Saharan Africa Low south of Africa
Influenced Affect a person
Phonetics Speech sounds
Migration Moving from one place too another
Decoded In coding something
Fertility statue Venus statue large breast hips stomach and butt
Priest Holy persom
Shamans Holy man in Shamanism
teosinte parent plant of modern corn
banpo village discovered in 1953
chiefdom government ruled by a kinship
end of last ice age 1.6 million years ago
fertile crescent Egypt-Iraq
bantu migration south Africa
broad spectrum diet gathering and hunting peoples diets
secondary products revolution technological change beginning around 4000BCE
stateless societies NOT governed by the state
pastoral societies nomadic society
What are the dates for chapter 1 first people populating the planet - 10000 B.C.E.
What are the dates for chapter 2 10,000 B.C.E-3,000 B.C.E
What are the dates for chapter 3 3,500 B.C.E- 500 B.C.E
What was the sequence of human migration across the planet Africa, Eurasia, Australia, Americas, Pacific
In what ways did a gathering and hunting economy shape other aspects of Paleolithic societies separate and distinct societies, each with its own history, culture, language, identity, stories, and rituals, based on the example of gathering and hunting people
why did some paleolithic people abandon earlier, more nomadic ways to begin their life settled down the ice age, domesticated animals
in what ways, and why, did Chumash culture differ from that of the San Chumash occupied a more richer and more varied than the San. San= long term Chumash= short term.
What accounts for the emergence of agriculture after countless millennia of human life without it because of the ice age. it was warmer, wetter, and more stable conditions
In what different ways did the agricultural revolution take shape in various parts of the worls It took place in different places but around the same time
In what ways did agriculture spread? where and why was it sometimes resisted Diffusion . It was sometimesbresisted by people who had plenty of what they needed
What was revolutionary about the agricultural revolution ? The gaining of the ability to farm
What different kinds of societies emerged from the agricultural revolution Pastoral, agricultural village, chiefdoms,
How did chiefdoms differ from stateless agricultural village societies They had kings
When and where did the first civilizations emerge 3500 BCE to 3000 BCE cradle
What accounts for the initial breakthroughs of civilization Agricultural revolution
In what ways was social inequality expressed in early civilization Wealth status and power
In what ways have historians tried to explain the origin of patriarchy Woman started having babies and had to stay home more while men tended for the farm
How did Mesopotamian and Egyptian patriarchy differ from each other In Mesopotamia had several laws written codified and sought to enforce patriarchal family life
What were the sources of state authority in the first civilization Dense population, someone had to be in charge of everything
In what ways did Mesopotamian and Egyptian civilization differ from each other Environment, culture ,cities, states, interaction, exchange
In what ways were Mesopotamian and Egyptian civilizations shaped by their interactions and near and distant neighbors Embeded in larger networks of commerce, culture, and power