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6th Grade S.S.

A.D In the year of the Lord; since Christ was born (used in indicating dates)
B.C Before Christ (used in indicating dates)
B.C.E Before Common Era; alternative to B.C.
C.E Common Era; alternative to A.D.
chronology arranging time in periods and determining the dates and historical order of past events
timeline showing important events in the order in which they occurred with evenly spaced intervals for centuries, decades, and years
agriculture farming, including growing crops and raising livestock
civilization a society with cities, a government, workers who specialize in certain jobs, social classes; characterized by writing, art, culture
cultural relating to culture - people's learned behavior and ways of life, including their language, beliefs, customs, and practices
economic relating to the production, distribution, and use of income, wealth, and goods for trade
enduring influence long-term effects; impact can be seen many years, decades, or centuries later
government form or system of rule by which a state, community, etc., is governed
irrigation creation of artificial waterways to carry water from rivers to fields to assist in growing of crops
religion a set of beliefs about the nature of the universe, the existence of one God or several gods, the meaning of life, and moral codes of behavior
social structure a pattern of organized relationships among groups of people within a society
technology any way of putting knowledge to practical use to make something or solve a problem
trade buying, selling, or exchanging goods within a country or between countries
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