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Ms. Garvey’s World History Unit 1 Review
Religion that believes in one God. Not poly monotheism
Money, trade, agriculture, businesses, occupations. Economic
Location, climate, vegetation, landforms. Geography
The development of farming & the domestication of animals led to the growth of permanent villages and civilization. This is called the… New Stone Change Neolithic Revolution
Inventions, innovations (new ways of doing something), expanding knowledge and learning. achievements
Things people do to be creative or express who they are or how they feel. Aesthetics
main religion of Middle East Means submission to the will of God Islam
Rulers, laws, wars, government, military. Political
Belief in an afterlife, gods, places of worship, prayer. Religious
Daily life, family structure, role of women, classes, entertainment. Social
Art, music, drama, dance, literature, architecture, fashion. Aesthetic
The Muslim House of Wisdom encouraged the study of Algebra and Trigonometry. Achievement
Great thinkers who develop ideas about the universe & humanity Socrates & Plato. philosophers
They believed in one God and the prophets Abraham and Moses. Religious
The Greeks encouraged the study of math and science, by men such as Archimedes and Hippocrates. Achievements
Alexander the Great conquered the known world. Political
Athenian statesman who outlawed slavery and increased citizen participation in government. Not Polon but Solon
Greece was rocky, hilly and encircled by water. Geography
In the Agora, the women bought fish, figs, and cheese. Economic
The Chinese cultivated rice in the irrigated fields of the Yellow River. Economic
The way of life of a people. _ _ lt _ r _ culture
The architect Phidias designed the Acropolis, creating large buildings with carved friezes and many columns. Achievements
In Greek amphitheaters, the people could watch tragedies which included a chorus chanting the doom of the hero. Aesthetics
Roman farmers grew grapes for wine, and olives for their oil. Economic
Greek philosopher from 4 th century Athens, who taught his students using a question/answer method named after him. Not Plato nor Aristotle Socrates
Greek music was played on the lyre and kitara. Aesthetic/Achievement
Islamic women were not treated as equals. Social
Muslims made pilgrimages to Mecca Religious
Religion of the Hebrews based on one God and the Old Testament Jews practice it Judaism
A Greek could discover their fate by a visit to the Oracle at Delphi, where they would learn that the anger of Poseidon, Zeus, or Apollo would bring them to their death. Religious
Islamic scientists invented the astrolabe and studies optics. Achievements
Greek city-state where democracy began in 508 BC Capital of Greece Athens
The Islamic civilization developed in a hot, arid land. Geography
Islamic artwork used geometric and abstract designs. Aesthetics
The Ottoman Empire lasted from 1299 to 1918. Political
Arab doctors isolated the sick and cared for them in hospitals. Achievements
form of government, citizens elect leaders who rule for them, started in Rome in 509 BC Indirect democracy Republic
Most of the test will come directly from this review. Some of the test questions are other examples to test your understanding of GRAPES
6 Activities of Man: GRAPES. Geography: Climate & vegetation Locations Bodies of water Physical features.
6 Activities of Man: GRAPES. Essential Question: What is a civilization and how do we compare civilizations?
Origins of Islam.
Ancient Greece Study Guide Underlined questions are VERY IMPORTANT!!!!!!
Classical Greece. Why Study Ancient Greece? ■While civilization began in the fertile river valleys of Asia and Africa, the first “classical civilizations”
Grab a Notes Sheet & Highlighter LT: LT: At the end of class today, I should be able to identify the characteristics of civilization in Greece. Daily 10:
Ancient Greece Study Guide. 1) Define the term city-state. Political units made up of a city and all the surrounding areas. 2) What are some things that.
Greece & Rome How have Ancient Greece and Rome impacted modern society?
Geography of Greece Greece is a small country in Europe.
Grab a Notes Sheet LT: LT: At the end of class today, I should be able to identify the characteristics of civilization in Greece. Daily 10: Describe the.
Section #2 Ancient Greece. Vocabulary City-state – a community made up of a central city and surrounding villages Polis – the Greek term for a central.
1.Culture: Way of life of a given people. 2.P: Political. How people govern themselves. 3.E: Economic. How people make a living. 4.R: Religion. How people.
The Greek Mind Chapter Greek Thinkers 500 B.C. to 350 B.C was known as the Golden Age of Greece. Art, architecture, literature, and philosophy thrived.
Warm Up In your warm up books, list at least one achievement or innovation from each of the four ancient river valley civilizations: 1.Mesopotamia 2.Egypt.
Chapter 13, Section 1 Notes/Vocabulary. 1. What ended Greece’s golden age, making it vulnerable to invaders?
■ Essential Question: – What role did geography play in the development of classical Greece?
Ancient Greece and Rome
Greek Achievements Art, Philosophy, & Science. Statues and Paintings People were portrayed in their ideal form, paying close attention to details.
“The School of Athens,” – by Raphael. Identify the key contributions made to civilization by the Ancient Greeks in the Golden Age of Greece. Identify.
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