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AP World History Review
Round 1 Terms
Round 1, Question 1 Old Stone Age
Round 1, Question 2 Start of Agriculture
Round 1, Question 3 Trees cut down, plots made for agriculture
Round 1, Question 4 System in which one belongs to mother’s lineage
Round 1, Question 5 First set of defined laws within a civilization
Round 1, Question 6 Form of conducting diplomatic and political relations with China before the fall of the Qin Dynasty
Round 1, Question 7 Social organization created by exchanging grants of fiefs in return for promises of loyal service
Round 1, Question 8 Form of government in which most political power rests with a small segment of society
Round 1, Question 9 Compilation of Roman Law
Round 1, Question 10 A tribunal formerly held in the Roman Catholic Church
Round 2 Societies and Civilizations
Round 2, Question 1 Move place to place according to environment
Round 2, Question 2 Civilization of the Lower Nile Valley Based on irrigation
Round 2, Question 3 Also referred to as the Harappan Civilization
Round 2, Question 4 Group of peoples that occupied lands stretching from the British Isles to Galatia
Round 2, Question 5 Refers to a number of historic dynasties that have ruled what is now the modern day country of Iran
Round 2, Question 6 Enterprising maritime trading culture that spread right across the Mediterranean during first millennium BC
Round 2, Question 7 Rose to power by taxing the salt and gold exchanged within its borders Rulers eventually converted to Islam
Round 2, Question 8 Arose in Mexico 1200 BCE Irrigated agriculture and
Round 2, Question 9 Mesoamerican Written language, calendar, zero, highly developed religion
Round 2, Question 10 Confederation of nomadic peoples living beyond the northwest frontier of ancient China
Round 3, Question 1 3 main Hindu gods
Round 3, Question 2 The way to the cessation of suffering in Buddhism
Round 3, Question 3 East Asian ethical and philosophical system
Round 3, Question 4 “Submission to God”
Round 3, Question 5 Generally regarded as the world’s oldest religion
Round 3, Question 6 Islamic spirituality or mysticism
Round 3, Question 7 Founder of Buddhism
Round 3, Question 8 Origins traced back to Abraham
Round 3, Question 9 Dualism and the battle between good and evil
Round 3, Question 10 Term for reincarnation in Hinduism
AP World History: Xia and Shang dynasties in ancient China.
River Valley Civilizations Review Trivia. ROUND ONE ANCIENT EGYPT.
What Makes a Civilization? Means of subsistence (example: farming) Government (laws, decision makers, etc.) Written language/records Job Specialization.
Early Civilizations (2000 BC – 500 BC) Phoenicians, Hebrews, Persians, and Kush.
Review Trivia. Terms the spread of cultural beliefs and social activities from one group to another.
ANCIENT RIVER VALLEY CIVILIZATIONS SOL 3. River Valley Civilizations emerge… During the New Stone Age (Neolithic), permanent settlements appeared in.
Chapters 2-5 Classical Era Review. Major Civilizations.
Classical Civilizations Notes. First Great Persian Empire Known as the Achaemenid Empire Centered in Modern Iran Stretched from Western India almost to.
Objectives: 1. Evaluate why early civilizations formed around rivers. 2. Compare characteristics of the four river valley civilizations.
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Foundations: 8000 B.C.E C.E.. Finding Early Historical Evidence Types of Sources Changing interpretations and new evidence.
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SSWH2 The student will identify the major achievements of Chinese and Indian societies from 1100 BCE to 500 CE.
Chapters 2-5 Classical Era Review. Theodore I. Rubin “Happiness does not come from doing easy work but from the afterglow of satisfaction that comes after.
Soc. St. Chapter 9 & 10. 1) The written language developed in Aryan villages - Sanskrit 2) mountain range blocking Indian subcontinent from Asia - Himalaya.
First Civilizations Chapter 1 World History (B) Mr. Simmons.
Pre-History up to the Reformation. Educational Goal In order to prepare the student for more in depth topics, we are going to explore the beginnings of.
1.What do you call a scientist who analyzes human remains in order to study past cultures? Archaeologists.
Early Trading Systems Minoans, Phoenicians, major Mediterranean trading civilizations Traded on land and water Traded wine, weapons, metals, ivory and.
Ch. 4 Discussion Questions AP World History. Questions 1. Compare Greek & Roman political structures. 2. Evaluate the significance of the Hellenistic.
Time Dating Organization Is the KEY!!. Part One Specialized Vocabulary.
India China. India Subcontinent Himalayas Northern plains –Most fertile –Most population Deccan Plateau –Dry climate –monsoons.
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Classical Civilizations of China & India. Political Dynasties of China The first recoded histories of China began with the Shang Dynasty. A Dynasty.
River valley civilizations (about 3500 to 500 b.c.)
Well-organized cities Well-organized cities Cotton cloth Cotton cloth Jewelry Jewelry Silk Silk.
WORLD STUDIES The Basics of Religion. What is religion? Religion is a set of common beliefs and practices generally held by a group of people. Religion.
Classical Period: Directions, Diversities, & Declines by 500 C.E.
Foundations: 8000 B.C.E C.E.* *AP World History New Periods 8000 BCE- 600 BCE 600 BCE- 600 CE.
The Han Dynasty of China: A Chinese Golden Age (206 BCE-220 CE) ©
Unit I: Lesson 1 Geography Pre-history History Revolution Civilization.
Middle East and South Asia: How separate are they?
India. Key Historical Events Indian civilization began in the Indus Valley (now Pakistan) around 250 BC Indian civilization began in the Indus Valley.
India – China SOL Review #3. River Valley Map Part 2: Indian Civilization 1.Physical barriers such as the HIMALAYAS, the Hindu KUSH, and the INDIAN Ocean.
6th Grade UBD - Unit 4 - India's Rulers and Society.
Section 3 Kingdom on the Nile Understand how geography helped shape ancient Egypt. Analyze the achievements of the Old Kingdom in Egypt. Describe the events.
Classical India: Mauryan & Gupta Empires. Mauryan Dynasty (305 BCE-232 BCE) Aryan Influence: language and social structure. Also led to the development.
What were the beginnings of global trading networks? Historical Globalization and Imperialism.
Leakey -First Humans - Great Rift Valley in East Africa.
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Chronology chronos – time logos – study of, order of.
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