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Period I 8000-600BCE Review River Valley Civilizations
Second MAJOR change in human history after AGRICULTURE URBANIZATION! Cities! WHEREIN many of the joys and woes of humankind were first felt…
BUT outside of Afro-Eurasia…
Most early leaders though of as divine
Or as intermediaries to the gods
Technology gave some states the edge!
Early areas of state expansion & creation of empires
Pastoralists spread new weapons…
And modes of transportation
The RVCs built monumental architecture
And urban planning
And promoted arts and artisanship
They kept records
And developed legal codes
And had ruling bureaucracies
New religious beliefs emerged from them
And traded with each other
Objective: SWBAT explain the elements of civilizations E.Q. – What are the requirements that make a civilization?
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REVIEW PREHISTORY AND ANCIENT RIVER VALLEY SYSTEMS.
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Early Man A. Neolithic Revolution B. River Valley Civilizations.
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