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AP WORLD HISTORY TEST REVIEW Chapter 1: 1. Characteristics of Civilization: driven by the economic base of circumstances and social patterns. Transition from hunting and wandering to building permanent settlements. 2. Nautaufian Complex: (preagricultural) settlements in present day Israel, Jordan, and Lebanon: 0climate changes= wild barley and wheat plants spread 110,500-800 BCE= flourished 2Techniques in storing grain and tools to cook 3 stratified= clothing distinguished person’ s rank 4matrilocal(men lives with wives family) and matrilineal. 5women had some sort of power 6survival depended on gathering wild grains and storing techniques 79000BCE climate of region became arid and it was abandoned 3.) Technological Innovations that led to permanent settlements: 8sowing wild seeds 9digging sticks (breaking of soil) 10axes 11plow 12rechanelling water to irrigate plants 13canals, dikes, 4.) Neolithic Revolution: 14agriculture and domestication of animals was accomplished 15human shifted dependency on cultivated crops 16technological innovations 17increase in human population triggered 5.)Catal Huyuk: 187000 BCE in S. Turkey 196,000 people at its height 20Rectangular building center of interaction 21powerful rule and priesthood 22“ religious” 23Richer economic base than Jericho’ s (wheat, barley, farming, unting, trade): hunting, breeding of goats, sheep, and cattle, trade, weapons, jewelry, obsidian mirrors, 24food: grains, peas, berries, berrry wine, and vegetable oil Chapter 2; 1. First civilization to emerge in the Middle East? Mesopotamia 2. Hammurabi’ s Code: 25made by Babylonian King, Hammurabi 26Hammurabi united Mesopotamia from 1800-1750 BCE 27social relations and laws 28built on earlier law ideas by sumerian Kings 3. Similarities between Egypt and Mesopotamian civilizations? 29river valley civilizations 30emphasized stratification(noble, land owning class on top and peasants and slaves at bottom) 31powerful priestly class 32emphasis in astronomy and math (findng about time and measurement) 33changed slowly by more modern standards (usually by force 34left important heritages 4. Significance of Jews- monotheism: 35they were the only ones that believed in one God
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36basis of two of the larges religion in the world- Christianity and Islam Chapter 5: 1. Confucian Gentleman (superior educated men): 37courageous and makes decisions by himself and defends it no matter what 38should be respected but can be admonish for error in judgement a member of the shi class- controlled his emotions 39represented a calm and composed face to rivals, subordiantes, and friends, 40well mannered 41generalist rather than a specialist 2. Analects- Compiled sayings of Confucious 42used by many rulers and Confucious was known as a disciple 3. Laozi- Dao 43Laozi- a philosopher that recomended a retreat to nature to cure human greed 44through nature, he believed that people can be attuned with the DAO- cosmic force and source of all creation 45emphasis on selflessness, patience and welfare for others
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