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1 CLASSICALCLASSICAL RIVERVALLEYRIVERVALLEY MILOBIOSMILOBIOS Ancient Museum Marissa Johnston Bailey Vaughan Hope Thurston Jacoya Matlock

2 EGYPTEGYPT INDUS RIVER INDUS RIVER CHINESE RIVERCHINESE RIVER MESOPOTAMIAMESOPOTAMIA Back Ancient Museum Marissa Johnston Bailey Vaughan Hope Thurston Jacoya Matlock

3 GREECEGREECE ROMEROME Back Ancient Museum Marissa Johnston Bailey Vaughan Hope Thurston Jacoya Matlock

4 Rome Back

5 Cities Roman cities were planed with two major streets running east to west, and north to south, intersecting at the Roman forum; which was the center of trade between cities.

6 Cities Summary: “Roman Cities.” History Link 101. n.d. Web. Oct Picture: “The Eternal City of Rome.” Rome Cities. Sep Back

7 Specialization Most of the population of Rome was made-up of farmers, merchants, artisans, and traders.

8 Specialization Summary: World History. Connections To Today Picture: “Gaius marius ( BC) and the reform of the Roman army.” Roman Army. Sep Back

9 Record Keeping Romans kept records of roles of citizenship for taxation purposes. They kept records of owner of properties, records of trade, weather records and records of government.

10 Record Keeping Summary: World History. Connections To Today Picture: “Roman Writing.” Dreamstime. Sep Back

11 Complex Organizations Romans believed in gods. Some of the gods are Zeus, Jupiter and Juno. Zeus was the Roman god. Juno, Jupiter’s wife, protected marriage. Jupiter ruled over the sky and other gods.

12 Complex Organizations Summary: World History. Connections To Today Picture: Cline, Austin. “Zeus (Roman: Jupiter.)” About. Sep Back

13 Technology Romans were great engineers. They built chariots, buildings, temples and a vast empire. The also constructed roads to move from place to place.

14 Technology Summary: “Roman Technology.” Camelot International. N.d. Web. Sep Picture: “Road Design.” Planning Rural Roads. Sep Back

15 Map Romans relied of seas for international trade. The soil was naturally rich and fertile land. The also relied on rivers as well.

16 Map Summary: World History. Connections To Today

17 Greece Back

18 Cities The Spartans isolated themselves from other Greeks. Their city was built of many small city-states. The Spartans kept their city protected very well.

19 Cities Summary: World History. Connections To Today

20 Specialization The Spartan women managed the house and raised the children. They also wove and baked bread for their families. The cooked and cleaned also.

21 Specialization Summary:“Women and Work.” Jobs and Employment in Ancient Greece. N.d. Web. Sep Picture: “Life in Ancient Greece.” Malahans. Sep Back

22 Reord Keeping The Greeks were the first of the Europeans to learn how to write. The Greeks kept records of many things.

23 Record Keeping Summary: World History. Connections To Today

24 Complex Organizations The Greeks thought that gods and goddesses controlled everything in their life. They believed in making the gods happy at all times.

25 Complex Organizations Summary: World History. Connections To Today

26 Technology The Spartans made a lot of war clothes that they improved over many years. They made helmets and swords and many other types of protective gear.

27 Technology Summary: World History. Connections To Today

28 Map Sparta was a Greek city-state. It was settled between the mountains in Greece.

29 Map Summary: World History. Connections To Today

30 Mesopotamia Back

31 Cities This picture shows the major cities in Mesopotamia. Each city was ruled by a governor who was religiously tied to the city. These cities were often invaded by each other, but also banded together to protect each other from outside cities.

32 Cities Summary: B, Jackie. “Mesopotamia.” Blogspot. N.d. Web. Sep Picture: “Mesopotamia.” Blogspot. Sep Back

33 Specialization Kings were the most powerful people in thee cities. They controlled the city and its people. They made the laws. King Hammurabi made the first that helped define social classes, and what was right and wrong.

34 Specialization Summary: “Specialization of Labour in Mesopotamia.” Period n.d. Web. Sep Picture: “Mesopotamia and Technology.” Brown, Harley Sep Back

35 Record Keeping The Kish tablet, found in 3500 B.C. is the oldest form of writing found. This famous tablet was discovered in Mesopotamia.

36 Record Keeping Summary: “History of Writing.” Save your Heritage. N.d. Web. Sep Picture: Save your Heritage. Sep Back

37 Complex Organizations Ziggurats are massive pyramid like structures with a temple at the top made up of only mud bricks. The average height is 70 feet and they are 4,000 years old.

38 Complex Organizations Summary: Ojibwa. “Ancient Mesopotamia: The Ziggurat.” Street Prophets. Jan Web. Sep Picture: Ziggurat of Ur. Harold, Louis Sep Back

39 Technology Mesopotamian people would carve a scene in stone and roll the stone across wet clay. When the clay backed the seal was used for identification. These are called cylinder seals.

40 Technology Summary: Brown, Harley. “Mesopotamia and Technology.” Mesopotamia. N.d. Web. Sep Picture: “Mesopotamia and Technology.” Brown, Harley Sep Back

41 Map Mesopotamia means land between two rivers. The rivers helped benefit the people in many ways. They used the rivers for fertile soil and irrigation.

42 Map Summary: “Map of Ancient Mesopotamia.” Israel-a-history-of. N.d. Web. Sep Picture: Israel-a-history-of. Map of Ancient Mesopotamia. Sep Back

43 Egypt Back

44 Cities Life in ancient Egypt was centered largely on agriculture. Farmers in ancient Egypt worked to reach a level of subsistence so that they could feed themselves and pay their taxes.

45 Cities Summary: World History. Connections To Today

46 Specialization The Egyptians specialized in the mummification process. They would preserve the bodies. They would also bury the bodies with many items needed in the after-life.

47 Specialization Summary: World History. Connections To Today

48 Record Keeping Egyptians came up with hieroglyphics. They used this for their writing style. Egyptians used this to keep up with many things of their daily life.

49 Record Keeping Summary: World History. Connections To Today

50 Complex Organizations Egyptians believed in many gods and goddesses. They did their best to please every god so they wouldn’t be punished in any way.

51 Complex Organizations Summary: World History. Connections To Today

52 Technology The Egyptians came up with many things used in their daily lives. They built pyramids and came up with the mummification process used when someone dies. It provides many things used in the after-life.

53 Technology Summary: World History. Connections To Today

54 Map The Nile River provides water to irrigate the farms. It is also used for transportation. Without the Nile River Egypt would be a desert.

55 Map Summary: World History. Connections To Today

56 Indus River Valley Back

57 Complex Organizations In the Indus River Valley Civilization, people believe their world is run by gods and goddesses. Terracotta seals were discovered by archaeologists. These stones or seals were enshrined and worshipped by the people.

58 Complex Organizations Summary: Alison. “Indus River Valley Economy.” The Indus and Huang River Valleys. N.d. Web. Sep Picture: “Indus River Valley.” Sep Back

59 Technology The Indus River Valley Civilization has the most sophisticated systems in the world. These sophisticated systems are the drainage systems and water storage systems. These systems help them water their crops and animals.

60 Technology Summary: “Indus Valley.” Indus Valley. n.d. Web. Sep Picture: “Indus Valley.” Sep Back

61 Map The Indus Valley was located by the Indus River and was very important to their daily life. It provided fertile land. The Deccan Plateau protected the Indus people fro foreign invaders.

62 Map Summary: “Indus Valley.” Indus Valley. n.d. Web. Sep Picture: “Indus Valley.” Sep Back

63 Record Keeping The people of the Indus Valley developed a writing system used for several hundred years, however no one could decipher it, so the language is still unknown.

64 Record Keeping Summary: “Indus Valley.” Indus Valley. n.d. Web. Sep Picture: “Indus Valley.” Sep Back

65 Specialization People began to specialize into craft workers. They made fish hooks, razors, statues, cooking pots, and clothes. They developed many skills in pottery and painting.

66 Specialization Summary: Zach. “Indus River Valley Economy.” The Indus and Huang River Valleys. N.d. Web. Sep Picture: “Indus River Valley.” Sep Back

67 Cities A vast number of settlements were built out of bricks and stones on the banks and surrounding areas. The cities were well organized and had the drainage systems and water systems flowing through the cities.

68 Cities Summary: “Indus Valley.” Indus Valley. n.d. Web. Sep Picture: “Indus Valley.” Sep Back

69 Chinese River Back

70 Cities The first cities were scattered islands in a sea of older, most of the cities included empires meaning they were controlled by one ruler, but having an empire also had benefits. It helped end war between neighboring communities and created common bonds among people.

71 Cities Summary: World History. Connections To Today

72 Specialization The Huang-He people determined their jobs on social class and last names. Their jobs included working in the fields, farm workers, protectors, advisors, ministers and craftsmen.

73 Specialization Summary: World History. Connections To Today

74 Record Keeping The Huang-He people kept their records by using pictograms, meaning simply drawings that looked like objects they represented, they later started adding symbols. They might stand for sounds or words or for ideas that could not be expressed easily in pictures.

75 Record Keeping Summary: World History. Connections To Today

76 Complex Organizations For the Huang He River Valley people the common religions practiced, were Taoism. This sign represented the opposites in life.

77 Complex Organizations Summary: World History. Connections To Today

78 Technology The Han period was one of the golden ages of Chinese civilization. Han China made such tremendous advances in so many fields of science, medicine and technology. Acupuncture was a medical treatment that the Chinese explored.

79 Technology Summary: World History. Connections To Today

80 Map The Chinese people used rivers in a main part of their daily lives. They used the rivers for fertile soil and many other things in their daily life.

81 Map Summary: World History. Connections To Today

82 Milo Bios Back Bios

83 Cities Milo Bios is one big city-state. There are mountains surrounding it and a river flowing through it that keeps the land fertile.

84 Cities Picture: “Ten of China’s most stunning.” Oct Back

85 Map Milo Bios’ geography is very good. It has mountains for protection, rivers to keep the soil fertile, and a coastline for trade. Bios Back

86 Record Keeping We invented cursive and use this to keep records of the people in our city. We also keep records of the weather, climate, and time changes.

87 Record Keeping Picture: “Web weather for kids.” Oct Back

88 Technology We invented cursive, and discovered how to make paper. We also invented computers and decided to name the brand, Apple. After that, we made a cursive font on our computers so you can use our cursive and computers together.

89 Technology Picture: “Apple Products.” Oct Back

90 Specialization We invented cursive, and discovered how to make paper.

91 Specialization Picture: “Cursive: Where is it headed?” oct Back

92 Complex Organization Every Citizen of Milo Bios believes in God, and that his son, Jesus Christ died for us.

93 Complex Organizations Picture: “Jesus Christ.” Oct Works Cited

94 Works Cited “Roman Cities.” History Link 101. n.d. Web. Oct “The Eternal City of Rome.” Rome Cities. Sep World History. Connections To Today “Gaius marius ( BC) and the reform of the Roman army.” Roman Army. Sep “Roman Writing.” Dreamstime. Sep Cline, Austin. “Zeus (Roman: Jupiter.)” About. Sep “Roman Technology.” Camelot International. N.d. Web. Sep “Road Design.” Planning Rural Roads. Sep “Map of Ancient Rome.” Rome Info. Sep “History Blog.” History Blog. Sep “Women and Work.” Jobs and Employment in Ancient Greece. N.d. Web. Sep “Life in Ancient Greece.” Malahans. Sep

95 Works Cited “ Greek Writing.” Travel Pod. Sep “Greek gods and goddesses.” Sep “Sparta Warfare.” Sep “The Cities of Ancient Greek Myth.” Sep B, Jackie. “Mesopotamia.” Blogspot. N.d. Web. Sep “Mesopotamia.” Blogspot. Sep “Specialization of Labour in Mesopotamia.” Period n.d. Web. Sep “Mesopotamia and Technology.” Brown, Harley Sep “History of Writing.” Save your Heritage. N.d. Web. Sep Save your Heritage. Sep Ojibwa. “Ancient Mesopotamia: The Ziggurat.” Street Prophets. Jan Web. Sep Ziggurat of Ur. Harold, Louis Sep Brown, Harley. “Mesopotamia and Technology.” Mesopotamia. N.d. Web. Sep “Mesopotamia and Technology.” Brown, Harley Sep

96 Works Cited “Map of Ancient Mesopotamia.” Israel-a-history-of. N.d. Web. Sep Israel-a-history-of. Map of Ancient Mesopotamia. Sep Alison. “Indus River Valley Economy.” The Indus and Huang River Valleys. N.d. Web. Sep “Indus River Valley.” Sep “Indus Valley.” Indus Valley. n.d. Web. Sep “Indus Valley.” Sep Zach. “Indus River Valley Economy.” The Indus and Huang River Valleys. N.d. Web. Sep “Indus Valley.” Sep “Ten of China’s most stunning.” Oct “Web weather for kids.” Oct “Apple Products.” Oct “Cursive: Where is it headed?” oct

97 Works Cited “Jesus Christ.” Oct


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