World History Quick Study Notes_1

World History Quick Study Notes_1 - Term Definition 40,000...

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Term: 40,000 BCE Definition: Early Human Sapiens appear in Africa, Asia, & Europe. Term: 20,000 BCE Definition: Asians mass migrate to the Americans. Term: 10,000 BCE Definition: Jericho, one of the first organized settlements, founded. Term: 9,000 BCE Definition: Agriculture Revolution- first cultivated bread grains. Term: 7,000 BCE Definition: Humans begin to fire pottery.
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Term: 4,000 B.C.E Definition: 1. Wheel is invented 2. Domestication of draft animals 3. Construction of first megalithic monuments. Term: 3,800 B.C.E Definition: Smelting & fashioning of copper. Term: 3,300 B.C.E Definition: Sumerians perfect writing for
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