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Praxis II 0014 SS

Praxis II 0014 Early Civilizarions

Prehistoric and Early Civilizations - Basic achievements: wheel, alphabets, math, and time measurements - art and architecture - alphabetic writing - defined religion -commonality and diversity
Neolithic Revolution - 10,000 BC - Rise of agricultural societies - Rise of Social, economic, and political organizations - The spread of the middle east to Europe, India, and Africa - Gave humans the ability to settle permanently
Civilization - 3500 BC - Creation of basic tools - Introduction of math, writing, and politics - River people, began to live near the rivers
Tigris-Euphrates Civilization - 3500 BC - Began from scratch - Developed fertilizer - Began to study astrological science and new religious beliefs - Devloped a court system - Creation of king and city states - Property rights - Developed cuneiform writing -silver trade and co
Indian and Chinese River Valley - 2500 BC - Mathematical and technological advancements - Regulated irrigation system - Confucianism - Massive tombs and palaces - Invaded and destroyed indo-europeans - Defined alphabet and artistic forms - Urban Civilizations - Indus River
Egyptian Civilization - 3000 BC - Pharaohs - Architectural amazement - Strong government, transportation, monetary, and safety systems - community to meet citizens needs - Modeled Mesopotamia trade - Mathematical advancement
Created by: ashortasiangirl