1. What was the Hellenistic Age? How did it differ from Classical Greece?
The age where the culture was influenced by Perian, Greek, and indain culture. This is
different as it isnt just greek culture anymore.
2. What were some of the important contributi
1. What initial impression does the sahib have of the shoe-shine boy? How does the boy get to
shine the sahib's shoes?
He doesnt need one for another 2 days and declines his service. The shoe shine boy said
he will charge half
2. Why does the boy ask to b
1. Describe the problems faced by Roman leadership as the Republic grew and territory
As it grew Romans the wealth inequality grew to the point where civil war occurred.
Soon after civil war generals took power make their own armies.
2. What did
1. Identify: Harappan Civilization, Monsoon
Harappan Civilization- also called Indus valley civilization or Harappan civilization, the earliest
known urban culture of the Indian subcontinent
Monsoon- a seasonal prevailing wind in the region of South and S
1. Identify: apostle, bishop, pope, Constantine, heresy, Peter, Jesus
Apostle- each of the twelve chief disciples of Jesus Christ (ex Peter)
Bishop-a senior member of the Christian clergy, typically in charge of a diocese and empowered
to confer holy orde
1. Identify: Kublai Khan; Yuan Dynasty
Kublai Khan- Mongolian; Middle Mongolian born and also known by the temple name Shizu
Emperor Shizu of Yuan was the fifth Khagan (Great Khan) of the Mongol Empire \reigning from
1260 to 1294, although it was only nom
1. Identify: Allah, Kaaba, Khadijah, Mohammed, Hanifs, Hijrah, Koran, Mosque
Allah- believe of one god
Kaaba- Khadijah or Khadja bint Khuwaylid or Khadja al-Kubra was the first wife of the Islamic prophet
Muhammad. She is commonly regarded by Muslims as t
1. Identify: Mandate of Heaven; Oracle Bones; Feudalism
Mandate of Heaven- is an ancient Chinese belief and philosophical idea that tin (heaven)
granted emperors the right to rule based on their ability to govern well and fairly.
Oracle Bones- are pieces
Why was writing Soooo important?
1. What was a bulla?
A bulla is a token that has been enclosed in a clay envelope, the outer surface has been sealed,
and impressions have been made in its surface, which sometimes co
HW #2 - Archaeology
Material culture is how you can learn about a species culture by studying the objects they made.
Material culture can tell us about past societies by seeing what tools they used and how they used
them. The study of
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HW 5, Hunter-Gatherers
The author, Richard Lee, states that hunter-gatherers live rich lives. He supports his
Homework 6: What did the Culture of Early Humans Look Like?
Savaging is when you are taking certain useful items from places that have been destroyed such
as taking the skin and the bones of a dead animal. Gathering is when you
How Early Should We Go Back?
Culture is the way a species live and act. Culture can be language, food, recreational
activities, religion, and much more. It is a big deal because with culture, you can see how people
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HOW DID EGYPTIAN SOCIETY EXPLAIN THE WORLD'S CREATION?
1. How did the Egyptians picture the relationship between humans and the gods?
The Egyptians pictured a complex relationship between the gods and humans. The gods cr
Why did Civilization Arise in the Fertile Crescent?
1. Why did civilizations develop?
As a result of agriculture, people could finally stay in one place instead of wandering for food.
When the people had an abundance
How Revolutionary was the Neolithic Revolution?
1. How did the Agricultural Revolution change the resource use of those who adopted
With farming they created a regular supply of food and they were able to tam
1. Identify: moksha, untouchable, dharma, Vedas, Upanishads; Caste Mauryan Empire, Asoka,
Kautilya, Chandragupta, Matriarchal, Patriarchal.
Moksha- a state of perfect understanding of all living things
Untouchable- a member of the lowest-caste Hindu group
Define: Forbidden City, Yonglo
Forbidden City- was the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing
dynastythe years 1420 to 1912. It is located in the centre of Beijing, China, and now houses
the Palace Museum.
Yongle- Emperor, pe
1. In your experience and from what you have learned thus far in your life: What is history?
So far in my experience from what I learned so far, history by definition is the study of
past events. History is supposed to be an accurate representation of wha
1. Identify: Cyrus, Darius, Satrap
Cyrus- Persian King who conquered many nation around the Indus river between 550 and 539
Satrap- a provincial governor in the ancient Persian empire
Darius- Camyses successor who ruled with absolute power Seized power
1. Identify the following: Minoan Civilization; Mycenaean Civilization: Trojan War; The Iliad,
The Odyssey; arte; agora
Minoan Civilization: was an Aegean Bronze Age civilization that arose on the island of Crete
and other Aegean islands such as Santorini
How does Aristotle define the State?
A member of a state must at least some things in common
According to Aristotle, what is a Citizen?
A person who has the power to take part in the deliberative or judicial administration of any state
is said by us
Land area: 328,657 sq km
Coastline: 4,675 km (Peninsular Malaysia 2,068 km, East Malaysia 2,607 km)
Population: 30,513,848 (July 2015 est.)
Population growth rate: 1.44% (2015 est.)
Arable land: arable land 2.9%
GDP (Official Exchange Rate): $326
1. How did Greeks perceive the idea of marriage in their society? What was the role of the
woman? Of the man? (See Xenophon)
Marriage was just to have children, and the females were usually given to a man, more
like forced marriage. The role of woman was
1. Helots, phalanx; Marathon, Salamis; Plataea
Helots-peasants forced to stay on the land they worked
Phalanx- Army formation where foot soldiers, called hoplites, stood side by side, holding a spear
in one hand and a shield in the other.
Geography: More than mere land: Human and Political Geography
Great Britain ruled the territory during the late 18th and 19th centuries
Became independent in 1957
he first several years of the country's independence were marred by a comm
Geography Strikes Back
In the article Geography Strikes Back by Robert D. Kaplan, explains how geography
may be the most influential aspect of culture, the current problems, and success. I do agree that
geography has major influences on Earth and the coun
1. List five reasons why the author says that humans are worse off as farmers than as huntergatherers.
Hunter gathers enjoyed a variety of foods
farmers ran the risk of starvation if one crop failed
An increase population means more crowds
1) Define: Mesopotamia; Polytheism, City-States, Fertile Crescent, empire, dynasty
Mesopotamia- an ancient region/plain in West Asia between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers: now
part of Iraq
Polytheism the belief of more than one god.
City-States- A city