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Name Moemin Ebrahim HIST 1101 WORLD CIVILIZATIONS TO 1300 First Exam For the first part of this exam, answer 25 questions in short answer format. Each of your answers will be worth 2 points, for a total of 50 points. Each answer should be specific but short. 1. When did significant cultural differences emerge among humans? Once agriculture was discovered humans were able to grow their food instead of having to search for it which made a substantial difference in culture. 1. What was unique, compared to other animals of its time, about Australopithecus Africans? Unlike other animals, the Australopithecus was unique because it walked on two legs. 1. Early Homo sapien hunter-gatherers formed small bands that were relatively egalitarian. What were two characteristics of these small bands? Hunting animals for there meat, and gatherers who would gather meat and other forms of food. 1. Describe a common theme among prehistoric cave paintings. They usually depicted animals . 1. List two forms of art that have been found among prehistoric humans. Painting and sculpting (willendorf venus) 1. List two functions that creation myths serve. Gives us an idea of how the people of that time served their purpose as well as showing us how rules may have been established or made. 1. From what material did the Mesoamerican creator gods make living creatures, and why do you think they chose this material? The final material that the creators made living creatures from was maize. This was probably because Maize was a sacred food to the mayans. 1. List the 4 “ingredients” needed to make a city 5000 years ago. Environment, access to water, social structure, law.
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1. Describe two ways that rivers changed society between 4000 and 2000 BC. A Reliable water sources determined where and exactly how people would settle. Predictable flows of water allowed for the growing of crops which could feed a large sum of people, ultimately leading to population growth.
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  • Spring '16
  • Jack Norton
  • World Civ, Exam 2, technological developments, different social needs, Hist 1101, different technological developments

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