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Global 9 Midterm

2016 - Global 9 Midterm

TermDefinition
Civilization A. Centralized governments B. Organized religions C. Social Classes D. Specialization of labor
Egyptian Civilization The social structure was hierarchical. Trade Routes between Egypt and other kingdoms
Canals Irrigation. Man made. Sumerians
Greek Civilization Olympic games, the poems of Homer, and Hellenistic culture.
Alexander the Great Spread Hellenistic Culture. Cultural Diffusion
Hellenistic Culture Greek, Persian, Egyptian, Indian Cultures
Nile River Egypt. Was important for the transportation of soldiers and resources.
Tigris and Euphrates Rivers Mesopotamia. Periodic flooding left rich soil, which was ideal for farming
Sparta Military Serve
Mesopotamia Tigris and Euphrates Rivers. River Valley
Greece Geography Mountains separate city-states
Neolithic Revolution People began living in permanent settlements. Included the domestication of plants and animals
Athens Direct Democracy
Ancient China Mandate of Heaven, Oracle bones, Daoism, production of silk, and reverence for ancestors.
Yellow River Valley Ancient China
Code of Hammurabi ... "If a man has knocked out the teeth of a man of the same rank, his own teeth shall be knocked out. If he has knocked out the teeth of a plebeian (commoner), he shall pay one-third of a mina of silver."...
Greek Philosophers Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle
Subsistence farming Producing just enough food for a family’s survival
Louis and Mary Leakey suggest the earliest humans developed in Great Rift Valley
Code of Hammurabi If a son has struck his father, they shall cut off his hand. • If a seignior has destroyed the eye of a member of the aristocracy, they shall destroy his eye. • If he has broken another seignior's bone, they shall break his bone.
Created by: jgiattino