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Giattino - U1-1 Test

Origins

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Cultural Diffusion the spreading out of cultbased on farming grew up in early civilizations. Skilled craft workers made pottery, cloth, and other goods ure, culture traits, or a cultural pattern from a central point
Neolithic Age “New Stone” Age Gradual shift from: Nomadic lifestyle --> settled, stationery lifestyle. Hunting/Gathering --> agricultural production and domestication of animals.
Technology a scientific or industrial process, invention, method, or the like.
Neanderthals Nomadic Hunters and gatherers. Moved in search of food, following animal migrations Lived in small groups of 20-30. Men – hunted large game, women- hunted smaller game and gathered
Cities emerged as farmers cultivated the land along river valleys and produced surplus food Surplus food led to increased population
Central Government developed to make sure that enough food was produced and that the city was protected. Rulers ordered public works such as roads, bridges, and defensive walls be built.
Traditional Economy based on farming grew up in early civilizations. Skilled craft workers made pottery, cloth, and other goods
Organized Religion Ancient people were polytheistic, believing in more than one god. Priests and worshippers tried to gain favor with the gods through complex rituals They hoped that the gods would ensure plentiful crops and protect their cities
Job Specialization and Social Classes People began to specialize in certain jobs People became ranked in classes according to their jobs. Priests and nobles were usually at the top of the societies, followed by warriors and merchants, with peasant farmers and slaves at the bottom.
Art and Architecture Much early art and architecture consisted of temples and palaces, symbols off the power of rulers
System of Writing first developed in temples, where many types of records were kept.
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