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Unformatted text preview: Item What Secondary Source takes info from primary source Neolithic Age new stone age; new warfare Mesopotamia Fertile Crescent Indo-Europeans semetic languages, new warfare (New) Babylonians continued assyrian art; Persia conqured Nile River agriculturaly rich Nubia Trade route Hatshepsut peaceful trade and rebuilding Hebrews started one god Phoenicians traders on the sea; Carthage Peresian Empire started to build empire Colonies extension of home land Mionan myths, economic power, religious city-state Mesopotamia Aristotle He taught Alexander the Great Alcibiades hero, military genius, and traitor hellenistic Greek Like Mauryan Dynasty growth of empire Seleucids Eastern trade for prosperity Queen mercenary armies hired for pay patronage pay for people to pursue dreams Stoicism belief in universal life force mystery religion people believed in different gods and followed/practices Arisino II Who Where When some kinships Middle East 4000-3000 BCE Sumerians Fertile crescent 3000-1000 BCE...
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