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STUDY GUIDE FOR TEST ONE HISTORY 302 MR. DEL CORSO PART I: IDENTIFICATIONS (5 ID’s, each ID worth 4 points for a total of 20 points) You will be given 5 IDs. You may answer these in bullet format. All underlined bullets are required for full credit; partial credit is given. Code of Hammurabi Ramses II Zoroastrianism Moses David Hatshepsut Hinduism Buddhism Theravada Buddhism Mahayana Buddhism Confucianism Daoism Shang Dynasty Zhou Dynasty Han Dynasty PART II: IN CLASS ESSAY QUESTIONS (60 points) You will be given 3 essay questions; you will answer one. The essay should be at least two full pages in a large blue book in order to answer it correctly. 1) Describe the major characteristics of the Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Age . Be sure to analyze the major differences including gender roles. Discuss those aspects of the Neolithic Age that facilitated the development of ancient civilizations . Remember to include a discussion of pastoralism in your essay.
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