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GOVERNMENT & LAWS RULED BY PHARAOH or DYNASTY
RULERS HATSHEPSUT: FIRST WOMAN PHARAOH;
ECONOMY AGRICULTURE TRADED
RELIGION POLYTHEISTICSACRED 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/LitSOCIAL CLASSES UPPER LOWER ART BUILDINGS, INSIDE TOMBS SCULPTURES:
CULTURE ARCHITECTURE SCIENCE PYRAMIDS SPHINX LUNAR CALENDARNUMBER SYSTEM
NUMBERS 100= 10= 1=
LASTING CONTRIBUTIONSPYRAMIDS 365 DAY CALENDAR BOOK OF HEALING MUMMIFICATION METAL WORKING & SCULPTURES
“THE LAND BETWEEN THE RIVERS”MESOPOTAMIA “THE LAND BETWEEN THE RIVERS”
SUMERIANS ca. 4000-2400 BCE GOVERNMENT & LAWSCITY-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 CONTRIBUTIONSSEWERS COMPASS 360 DEGREE CIRCLE TELLING TIME WHEEL ARCH BRICKS
BABYLONIANS 1700’S BCE GOVERNMENT & LAWS HAMMURABI’S CODE VERY HARSHEYE FOR AN EYE
BABYLONIANS ECONOMY FARMING TEXTILES
BABYLONIANS RELIGION POLYTHEISTIC
BABYLONIANS SOCIAL CLASSES NOBILITY MERCHANTS SLAVESLASTING CONTRIBUTIONS CODE OF HAMMURABI
HEBREWS GOVERNMENT 12 TRIBES UNITED UNDER SAULLATER SPLIT (ISRAEL & JUDAH) MOSAIC LAW BASED ON AN EYE FOR AN EYE
HEBREWS LEADERS ABRAHAM MOSES SAUL
HEBREWS RELIGION: JUDAISM MONOTHEISTIC YAHWEH 10 COMMANDMENTSOLD TESTAMENT PROPHETS WERE MESSENGERS OF GOD
HEBREWS LASTING CONTRIBUTIONS MONOTHEISMRELIGIONS: JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY MOSAIC LAW CULTURE
The First Civilizations
SSWH1. Agricultural Revolution The slow process by which humans learned to grow crops and domesticate animals for food. Allowed several changes:
WH Holt: Mesopotamia & Sumer. Geography promotes Civilization! In southwest Asia the Fertile Crescent curves between the Mediterranean Sea and the Persian.
Ancient Civilizations: Egypt and Mesopotamia. Egypt Geography 550 miles long, 15 miles on both sides of Nile Nile floods once a year leaving rich soil.
Mesopotamia and Egypt Ancient Civilizations. Egypt Geography Nile Located on the continent of Africa Papyrus Plant grows by the Nile Great boat builders.
River Valley Civilizations The discovery of farming during the Neolithic Revolution allowed nomadic people to settle into civilizations.
Unit 1 Rise of Civilization
Chapter 2 & 3 Early Civilizations Academic Vocabulary.
EARLY RIVER VALLEY CIVILIZATIONS - AN OVERVIEW Dr. Afxendiou Sachem North High School AP World History - 9.
Global 9 Chapter 2 Themes. Interaction with Environment River Valley Civilizations – early civilizations (e.g., Sumerians in Tigris-Euphrates Valley.
MESOPOTAMIA AND SUMER. MESOPOTAMIA Mesopotamia is the valley between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers – Also known as the Fertile Crescent due to an abundance.
Mesopotamia. August 17 th Warm-Up ■ List the 5 characteristics of a civilization and provide an example for each characteristic.
World History Unit 1 Key Notes Early Civilizations.
■ Essential Question: – What were the important characteristics of the civilizations in Mesopotamia? ■ Warm-Up Question: – Why was the Neolithic Revolution.
The Ancient Fertile Crescent Area The Middle East: “The Cradle of Civilization”
Essential Question: What were the important characteristics of the civilizations in Mesopotamia? Warm-Up Question: Why was the Neolithic Revolution such.
Early Civilizations: Mesopotamia & Egypt Unit 1, SSWH 1 a and b
Mesopotamia and Egypt. Ancient Mesopotamia Timeline B.C.-Emergence of Sumerian Cities B.C.-Babylonian Kingdom 1780 B.C.-Code of Hammurabi.
MESOPOTAMIA The First River Valley Civilization. River Valley Civilizations The discovery of farming during the Neolithic Revolution allowed nomadic people.
Ch. 1 Foundations of Civilization I.Peopling of the World II.Neolithic Revolution.
Bell Ringer Imagine you see this on Facebook or Instagram… Create a description or comment (keep it appropriate!) for this picture. Please include.
Artifact – An object made by a human being in the distant past. Artisan – A worker with skill in a certain craft. Astrology – The study of stars and planets.
RIVER VALLEY CIVILIZATIONS
Chapter 2 First Civilizations: Africa & Asia 3200 B.C.-500 B.C.
Unit 2 Ancient Civilizations Egypt, India, Middle East and China.
Sumerian Civilization Along the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers l The Tigris -Euphrates River valley was an area of conflict. l The Tigris River carries more.
THIS IS With Host... Your Pre-HistoryMesopotamiaEgyptHebrewsVocabulary.
Compare/Contrast Ancient Civilizations Climate/Geography Egypt River--Nile River Longest in the World Hot Desert Small amount rain Mesopotamia Plains/Plateaus.
Hebrews Founders of the faith known as Judaism. First Hebrew was…. Abraham.
First Humans ca. 300,000 B.C.E. – Neanderthal
AP World History: Life in Mesopotamia. Presentation Outline 1)Geography of Mesopotamia 2)Cuneiform writing system 3)Advances in the sciences 4)Art and.
Mesopotamia “The Land between Two Rivers” Tigris and Euphrates Rivers
ANCIENT RIVER VALLEY CIVILIZATIONS SOL 3. River Valley Civilizations emerge… During the New Stone Age (Neolithic), permanent settlements appeared in.
Location of Phoenician civilization
Aim: How did Early Peoples and River Civilization develop?
The Phoenicians & Hebrews
The Hebrews Recorded events and records in sacred text- the Torah (Old Testament)Recorded events and records in sacred text- the Torah (Old Testament)
Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia and surrounding areas
Mesopotamia “The Land between Two Rivers” Tigris and Euphrates Rivers.
CHARACTERISTICS OF CIVILIZATION. Rise of Developed Cities – Cities served as: political and economic centers for surrounding areas Organized Government.
River Valley Civilizations Egypt Mesopotamia. Egypt.
First Civilizations Part One: SSWH1
Basic Features of Civilization P E R S I A Political Organization Economy Religion Society [Social Classes] Innovations [Technology] Art and Architecture.
Early Civilisations. Homo sapiens sapiens by 10,000 B.C.E. –Larger brain, tools, weapons Paleolithic –Hunter Gatherers Family groups nomadic –Gender.
Early Civilizations: Mesopotamia & Egypt Unit 1, SSWH 1 a and b.
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