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World History of General Education Dr. Fox Study Guide for Exam I (Spring 2017) For the exam, each student will be allowed to bring one hand-written 8.5x11in sheet of paper with notes. Students may not share notes during the exam. Multiple Choice Questions (60%) Be prepared to identify the following terms and explain their significance to this course either in response to multiple choice questions. When you do so, focus on answering the question rather than “dumping information” on the page. Please use the course readings and your notes on our discussions and lectures as your primary source for this information—googling the following terms may be misleading, so do so at your own risk! Historical Awareness World History Primary Source Secondary Source “Rig-Veda” “Popol Vuh” Homo Erectus Turkana Boy Homo Sapiens Mount Toba Gender Civilization Patriarchy Mesopotamia Harappa Mohenjo-Daro Ma’at “The Admonitions of Ipuwer” City State Transhumant Pastoralism War Chariots Cult of Amun Hyksos
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