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GOVERNMENT & LAWS RULED BY PHARAOH or DYNASTY
RULERS HATSHEPSUT: FIRST WOMAN PHARAOH;
ECONOMY AGRICULTURE TRADED
RELIGION POLYTHEISTIC SACRED ANIMALS: CAT, CROCODILE, BULL, RAM, JACKAL
RELIGION BELIEF IN AFTER-LIFE MUMMIFICATION
BEFORE WRAPPING A BODY, THE DESERT DRIED THOSE BURIED IN THE SAND...
CULTURE Society and Art/Lit SOCIAL CLASSES –UPPER –LOWER ART –BUILDINGS, INSIDE TOMBS –SCULPTURES:
CULTURE ARCHITECTURE –PYRAMIDS –SPHINX SCIENCE –LUNAR CALENDAR –NUMBER SYSTEM
NUMBERS 100= 10= 1=
LASTING CONTRIBUTIONS PYRAMIDS 365 DAY CALENDAR BOOK OF HEALING MUMMIFICATION METAL WORKING & SCULPTURES
MESOPOTAMIA THE LAND BETWEEN THE RIVERS
SUMERIANS ca BCE GOVERNMENT & LAWS –CITY- STATES RULED BY A KING RULERS –REPRESENTATIVES OF THE GODS
SUMERIANS ECONOMY –AGRICULTURE –TRADED WITH OTHERS IN MIDDLE EAST
SUMERIANS RELIGION –POLYTHEISTIC
SUMERIANS 3 SOCIAL CLASSES WRITING: CUNEIFORM ON CLAY TABLETS
SUMERIANS LASTING CONTRIBUTIONS –TELLING TIME –WHEEL –ARCH –BRICKS –SEWERS –COMPASS –360 DEGREE CIRCLE
BABYLONIANS 1700S BCE GOVERNMENT & LAWS –HAMMURABIS CODE VERY HARSH EYE FOR AN EYE
BABYLONIANS ECONOMY –FARMING –TEXTILES
BABYLONIANS RELIGION –POLYTHEISTIC
BABYLONIANS SOCIAL CLASSES –NOBILITY –MERCHANTS –SLAVES LASTING CONTRIBUTIONS –CODE OF HAMMURABI
HEBREWS GOVERNMENT –12 TRIBES –UNITED UNDER SAUL –LATER SPLIT (ISRAEL & JUDAH) –MOSAIC LAW BASED ON AN EYE FOR AN EYE
HEBREWS LEADERS –ABRAHAM –MOSES –SAUL
HEBREWS RELIGION: JUDAISM –MONOTHEISTIC –YAHWEH –10 COMMANDMENTS –OLD TESTAMENT –PROPHETS WERE MESSENGERS OF GOD
HEBREWS LASTING CONTRIBUTIONS –MONOTHEISM –RELIGIONS: JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY –MOSAIC LAW –CULTURE
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Ancient Egyptians OBJECTIVE: Analyze the cultural achievements of the Ancient Egyptians.
Sumer 3000 B.C.E. Political Structure of Sumer The priest-king: led the military, administered trade, judged disputes, and engaged in the most important.
STANDARD WHI.3a The student will demonstrate knowledge of ancient river valley civilizations, including Egypt, Mesopotamia, the Indus River Valley, and.
PART 1 EARLY CIVILIZATION. Toward Civilization O How did the first civilizations evolve? O Wanderers who hunted & gathered O Learn to make simple tools.
Mesopotamia Land between two rivers p. 9 d Vocabulary Due Tomorrow. Chapter 1 Reading Questions Due Thurs.
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North Africa and Southwest Asia By: Brandon Period 4.
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Warm – Up 2/2/12 In a paragraph, relate the following key vocabulary words to one another. Civilization Nomad Paleolithic Neolithic Stone Age Domestication.
City-States of Ancient Sumer 2.1. Was a region of the Middle East named for its rich soils and golden wheat fields Lying within the Fertile Crescent.
Welcome to World History Review Syllabus Students will be expected to: 1. Come to class prepared, carrying a pen or pencil; 2. Participate in all academic.
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Pyramids on the Nile. Egypt Unlike Sumerian culture – Egypt had one united Kingdom No city states which created a stable environment for over 3000 years.
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Israelites The most influential of smaller Mid Eastern groups were the Jews, who developed the 1 st clearly developed monotheistic religion.The most.
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CHAPTER 1 FIRST RIVER VALLEY CIVILIZATIONS No warm-up today. Take out your 5 themes of geo. Polytheism religions chart.
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