Technological and environmental transformations. Period 1: Technological & Environmental Transformations to 600 B.C.E. by Jessica Vu on Prezi 2019-02-15

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UNIT 1: Technological and Environmental Transformations

technological and environmental transformations

An important Neolithic site in what is now Turkey. All of this activity led to a world in which land and resources were continually being reconfigured to fit the needs of growing, geographically stable populations. The Nile cuts through an otherwise arid landscape, so the people clustered along the riverbanks, where, in addition to farms, they constructed towns and cities. It could have been due to several things including hunting and food distribution, which only males would do. Though literature was usually limited to a small, elite portion of the populace, it serves as a guide when understanding ancient cultures. It also involves emotional and psychological issues. This review is meant to be dynamic—we expect that you will return to it repeatedly as you prepare for your exam.


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Technological and Environmental Transformations (to c. 600 B.C.E.)

technological and environmental transformations

Staying in the same place changed things dramatically, because people in a community stayed within close proximity of each other, which added to their sense of unity and helped them build and sustain cultural traditions. Over centuries, these early Aryan beliefs evolved to form the basis for what later became Hinduism. Known as hieroglyphics, this system consisted of a series of pictures hieroglyphs that represented letters and words. Focus on the interaction between people and nature. Stones were unearthed and cut to build increasingly large buildings and monuments. Trade was also enhanced by the introduction of the wheel, a major development that greatly reduced the time it took to transport both goods and people between two points. Settlement was marked by increased storage of food, accumulation of goods as well as growing inequalities in society.

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Technological and Environmental Transformations (to c. 600 B.C.E.)

technological and environmental transformations

Indus River Valley Civilizations 3000 B. The large cities of the Indus River Valley around 2500 b. In what ways did the various Paleolithic Societies differ from one another, and how did they change over time? The river itself may be home to animals and plants could also provide food for people. Bantu speakers gradually moved into areas formerly occupied by nomads. Pottery was made to use for cooking. In the early days of this system, movement between classes was allowed. Each group should have 2-3 laws.

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Period 1: Technological and Environmental Transformations, c. 8000 BCE to c. 600 BCE Flashcards

technological and environmental transformations

Mesopotamia is part of a larger area of relatively arable land known as the Fertile Crescent, which extends westward from Mesopotamia toward the Mediterranean. . Thousands of its workers built walls around the towns and cities along the river; its warriors used chariots to defeat their enemies. The Akkadians major contribution was they developed the first known code of laws, which they wrote in cuneiform, which they learned from the Sumerians. The most visible technological achievements are massive architectural monuments built by all civilizations— pyramids, ziggurats, walls, temples, aqueducts, coliseums, theaters, and stadiums, and roads. Like the architecture of its cities, Indus Valley industry was top-notch. Pay attention to the social, political, and economic developments of the civilizations in this section: These developments are what made them civilizations in the first place.

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Period 1: Technological and Environmental Transformations, to c. 600 B.C.E.

technological and environmental transformations

Nomadic peoples by definition are migratory, moving from place to place with the seasons to follow food sources. Modern-day Turkey Anatolia Center for trade in obsidian explains growth into town Craftsmen produced pottery, baskets, woolen cloth, beads, leather and wood products No evidence of a dominant class or a centralized political leadership Art reflects fascination with hunting Agriculture remained the staple of economy Religion centered on goddess worship Check for Understanding What is the difference between foragers, agriculturalists, and pastoralists? With the development of large-scale agriculture, animals began to be used not only as a source of food and clothing, but also as a direct source of agricultural labor. Once nomads started interacting with sedentary societies through trade or conflicts, things started to get complicated. Make up multiple-choice questions for a classmate and quiz each other. As soon as one civilization figured out a new way to do something, the information was passed via the trade routes to other groups, who would quickly adopt and adapt the new technology to suit their cultures.

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Period 1: Technological and Environmental Transformations, to c. 600 B.C.E.

technological and environmental transformations

Which statements in this chapter seem to be reliable and solidly based on facts, and which ones are more speculative in nature? In what ways did the various Paleolithic Societies differ from one another, and how did they change over time? First, they demonstrate that the same patterns of development occurred in an entirely different part of the globe, a part that had no contact with the other civilizations discussed in this chapter. At its height, Shang controlled large parts of northern China and was militarily quite powerful. Unlike the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, the Nile floods at a predictable time of the year and in relatively predictable stages. On the other hand, you may wish to mix them up and see how our strategies are helping you gain points. For ease of use, we have split our world history content review into these exact periods. The gradual spread of agricultural techniques without extensive population movement. Always pay attention to why things changed in a particular society or civilization.

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UNIT 1: Technological and Environmental Transformations

technological and environmental transformations

Fire usage to clear and fertilize fields 3. People still lived in relatively small, independent groups or communities. Over time, the civilization became dependent on trade because its people needed a constant supply of timber and stone for their many ambitious building projects, and because their culture valued luxuries such as gold and spices. Nomads: Following the Paleo lithic Diet Imagine early people. In this way, within a hundred years, the Assyrians had learned to use iron, the very technology the Hittites had used to defeat them.

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Technological and Environmental Transformations: to c. 600 B.C.E.

technological and environmental transformations

A series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of Babylon. The Indus River flooded regularly and had a very rich silt base River access and irrigation allowed for two crops a year Big Geography is an important concept The existence of modern humans is a blip on the radar Modern humans begin in central Africa Humans migrated across the globe from there Discussion Questions for Earth 100 Million Years From Now What has caused the shifting of the Earth's landmasses over time? The African-language family whose speakers gradually became the dominant culture of eastern and southern Africa, thanks to their agricultural techniques, and later their iron-working skills. Besides giving them access to the goods they wanted and needed, trading had an enormous impact on the Egyptians because it brought them into contact with other civilizations. This era in history spans roughly 2. Archeologists term for the diet of gathering and hunting societies, which included a wide array of plants and animals. Despite geographic obstacles, these early people developed technological innovations that helped them begin the road to civilization.

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