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Lippy - Civ Traits

City Political, social, and cultural center with a large population.
Record Keeping The practice of organizing and storing information.
Complex Institutions Organizations that emerged as ways to manage resources and populations, such as government and religion.
Specialized Workers A person who performs a job other than farming, such as metalworking or toolmaking.
Technology The application of knowledge, tools, and inventions to meet people's needs.
Trade The exchange of goods.
Government An organization set up to make and enforce rules in a society.
Civilization A society with a highly developed culture and technology.
Polytheism The belief in more than one god.
Monotheism The belief in only one god.
Hammurabi's Code The first set of written laws in history.
Cuneiform A system of writing invented in Sumer in which wedge-shaped symbols represented words or syllables
Created by: MrsLippy