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Yaran HST 101 FS 2010 Exam 1 Study Sheet: Identifications (Define and provide significance) Agricultural Revolution Neolithic Paleolithic Mesopotamia Assyrian Empire patriarchy cuneiform Hammurabi’s Code of Laws hominids Epic of Gilgamesh Hittites polytheism varna “gift of the Nile” Menes Nubia pyramids Bantu hieroglyphics Osiris meroitic Vedas Upanishads “mandate of heaven” oracle bones Darius Persepolis satrapies Xerxes Zoroastrianism Gathas Confucian thought junzi ren li xiao Daoism Dao wuwei Legalism Ayrans Cyrus Alexander of Macedon Chandragupta Maurya Ashoka guilds jati shudras vaishyas kshatriyas
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Unformatted text preview: brahmins Jainism Buddhism Dharma Hinduism Four Noble Truths artha kama moksha civilization Olmec Chavn llamas Olmec stone heads Warring States Period Duke of Zhou Analects filial piety Concepts Be familiar with the social, political, intellectual, religious, and economic structures and organization of the following societies: Mesopotamia Assyrians Ancient Egypt Nubia & Kush Harappan Aryans Shang & Zhou dynasties Achaemenid Empire Qin Dynasty Han dynasty (former & later) Maurya and Gupta dynasties...
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course HST 101 taught by Professor Pettegrew during the Fall '08 term at Grand Valley State University.

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