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Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NYThe Ancient Middle East Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY
1. Mesopotamia: "Land Between the Two Rivers"
Indo-European Migrations: 4m-2m BCEThe Middle East: “The Crossroads of Three Continents”
The Ancient Fertile Crescent AreaThe Middle East: “The Cradle of Civilization”
Sumerian Religion - PolytheisticEnki Innana Anthropomorphic Gods
Mesopotamian Trade “The Cuneiform World”
Cuneiform: “Wedge-Shaped” Writing
Sumerian Scribes “Tablet House”
Sumerian Cylinder Seals
Gilgamesh Epic Tablet: Flood Story
Ziggurat at Ur Temple “Mountain of the Gods”
The Royal Standard of Ur
Board Game From Ur
Sophisticated Metallurgy Skills at Ur
Sargon of Akkad: The World’s First Empire [Akkadians]
The Babylonian Empires
Hammurabi’s [r. 1792-1750 B. C. E.] Code
Hammurabi, the Judge
Mesopotamian Civilization: Part 1 Begun 8/18/2014 Need more help? me or come to office hours- Wed. AM or Thur. PM.
GEOGRAPHY VOCAB- ULARY ACHIEVE- MENTS CULTURE HAMMUR- ABI
Aim: Was the ancient Middle East the cradle of civilization? Do Now: What is going on with these statues?? NY State Standards 2, 3 Common Core Standards.
Civilization Begins in Mesopotamia Global Connections.
Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
Civilization Begins in Mesopotamia The Fertile Crescent.
Mesopotamia … instead of a study Guide? Start Final Jeopardy Question Fertile Crescent AkkadBabyloniaMythsSumer
Groups of individuals are usually seen as civilizations But nomadic peoples are not seen this way Unless you are the Mongols Anyone not living in civilizations.
Art of the Ancient Near East Originally created by Ms. Susan M. Pojer, Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY, Marsha Russell, St. Andrews Episcopal School,
APWH Chapter 2 M-W. Review Culture develops before “civilization” Agriculture did not quickly, or inevitably lead to civilization. Some agricultural societies.
Prehistory Hunting and gathering societies dominated human history until 9000 B.C.E.Hunting and gathering societies dominated human history until 9000.
Mesopotamia: The Land Between the Rivers
The Ancient Civilizations.
Mesopotamia Vocabulary Terms Ms. Smith World History.
Chapter 2—Mesopotamia. “the land between the two rivers”
Objectives: Analyze primary source documents to better understand the political, social, intellectual and religious characteristics of Mesopotamia. Describe.
Indo-European Migrations: 4m- 2m BCE The Middle East: “The Crossroads of Three Continents”
(The Fertile Crescent)
Indo-European Migrations: 4m-2m BCE The Middle East: “The Crossroads of Three Continents”
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