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Thursday, May 12

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    Graphic Organizer
    The Neolithic Revolution
    ...
    agricultural societies.
    A

    A
    revolution in
    ...
    10,000 B.C.E.
    With the rise of agricultural forms of economic production, humans were able to remain settled more permanently in one spot.
    Bronze Age
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    Middle East.
    Knowledge of metals gradually fanned out to other parts of Asia and to Africa and Europe.
    Civilization
    ...
    for “city.”
    Formal

    Formal
    states, writing,
    ...
    characterize civilizations.
    Civilizations also exhibit trading patterns and extensive political territories.
    Tigris-Euphrates Civilization
    Mesopotamia
    ...
    from scratch
    Sumerians,

    Sumerians,
    the most
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    Tigris-Euphrates region
    Developed

    Developed
    the first
    ...
    writing, cuneiform.
    They

    They
    also were
    ...
    organized city-states.
    The

    The
    Sumerians improved
    ...
    commercial exchange.
    Organized

    Organized
    city-states, ruled
    ...
    divine authority.
    Akkadians, who continued much of the Sumerian culture in the Tigris-Euphrates region, and the Babylonians, who developed Hammurabi’s code--procedure for law courts and regulated property rights and duties of family members, setting harsh punishments for crimes.
    Egyptian Civilization
    Centralized institutions.
    Mathematical

    Mathematical
    achievements and
    ...
    Egyptian civilization
    The Egyptian pharaohs directed the building of the pyramids, which were to function as their tombs.
    Indian and Chinese River Valley Civilizations
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    artistic forms.
    Civilization

    Civilization
    along the
    ...
    considerable isolation.
    In

    In
    addition to
    ...
    river valley
    The

    The
    Chinese had
    ...
    2000 B.C.E.
    The Shang ruled over the Huang River valley by about 1500 B.C.E., managing the construction of impressive tombs and palaces.
    The Phoenicians
    ...
    simplified alphabet
    It that greatly influenced the Greek and Latin writing systems
    Judaism
    ...
    Each had important similarities including trade, writing, and cities, yet was in many ways different from the others
    China
    ...
    noble families.
    The

    The
    next dynasty,
    ...
    Shi Huangdi.
    He

    He
    consolidated his
    ...
    northern Vietnam.
    Massive revolts broke out and by 202 B.C.E., the Han dynasty (202 B.C.E.-220 C.E.) was established.
    He Han rulers lessened the brutality of the Qin but maintained its centralized rule.
    Confucius
    ...
    Han dynasties.
    Confucianism

    Confucianism
    and Daoism
    ...
    classical period.
    Kung

    Kung
    Fuzi (Confucius)
    ...
    478 B.C.E.
    He was not a religious leader
    India
    ...
    outside rulers.
    The

    The
    greatest of
    ...
    (269-232 B.C.E.).
    The

    The
    Guptas did
    ...
    of stability.
    Religion,

    Religion,
    particularly Hinduism,
    ...
    Indian culture.
    Buddhism

    Buddhism
    was founded
    ...
    “enlightened one.”
    Buddhism spread through missionaries into Sri Lanka, China, Korea, and Japan
    Rome
    ...
    and skill.
    Governments

    Governments
    supported an
    ...
    the norm.
    The

    The
    exception, Christianity
    ...
    their devotion
    The

    The
    greatest political
    ...
    legal principles
    Slavery

    Slavery
    was an
    ...
    Mediterranean civilization.
    The family was a tight social structure, with men in firm control; however, women were often active in business and sometimes controlled property.
    Toward the fall of Rome
    ...
    its inheritor.
    Rome’s

    Rome’s
    fall collapsing
    ...
    side did.
    As

    As
    Rome gained
    ...
    an empire.
    Population

    Population
    declined, leadership
    ...
    more difficult
    The

    The
    decline in
    ...
    the eastern.
    Emperors

    Emperors
    Diocletian and
    ...
    allowed Christianity.
    When Germanic tribes invaded in the 400s, there was little power or will to resist.
    China collapse
    ...
    classical civilizations
    Weakened

    Weakened
    central government,
    ...
    overtaxed peasants,
    These

    These
    combined to
    ...
    invading nomads.
    During

    During
    a long
    ...
    the Huns.
    By

    By
    the sixth
    ...
    cultural values
    By 600, China revived, first with the brief Sui dynasty and later with the Tang and Confucianism and bureaucracy revived.
    Christianity
    ...
    Western Europe.
    It

    It
    emphasized missionary
    ...
    Buddhism did.
    Its beginnings were in the early days of the Roman Empire, near the eastern shores of the Mediterranean.
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Tuesday, May 10

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Sunday, May 8

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    Its beginnings were in the early days of the Roman Empire, near the eastern shores of the Mediterranean.
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Wednesday, May 4

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