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Ancient Civilizations Study Guide. September 24, 2013. Ancient Civilizations Study Guide. Map #1-Mesopotamia Map#2-Egypt Map#3-Indus River Valley Map#4-China Tigris and Euphrates Rivers City-State A temple Mesopotamia Belief in Many Gods Cuneiform. 8. Scribe

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Ancient civilizations study guide1
Ancient Civilizations Study Guide

  • Map #1-Mesopotamia Map#2-Egypt Map#3-Indus River Valley Map#4-China

  • Tigris and Euphrates Rivers

  • City-State

  • A temple

  • Mesopotamia

  • Belief in Many Gods

  • Cuneiform


8. Scribe

9. Passed down from parent to child

10. Hammurabi

11. Eye for an Eye

12. Phoenicians

13. True

14. Ten Commandments


15. Cultural Diffusion

  • Southern

  • Menes

  • Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom

  • Hyksos

  • Priests


  • Monarchy

  • Abraham

  • Moses

  • Diaspora

  • Ancient China

  • Deposit Silt

  • Ramses II, Hatshepsut, Menes and Tut


28. Indus Valley

29.Hammurabi

30. Anatolia, Turkey

31. England

32. Fertile Crescent

  • 33. developed agriculture (domesticated

  • plants)

  •  domesticated animals

  •  used advanced tools

  •  made pottery

  •  developed weaving skills.


  • 34. were nomadic, migrating in search of

  • food, water, shelter

  •  invented the first tools, including

  • simple weapons

  •  learned how to make and use fire

  •  lived in clans

  •  developed oral language

  •  created “cave art.”


35. 400,000 to 100,000

36. Australia, the Americas and Eurasia

37. Hunted and Gathered

38. Africa

39. Archaeologists study past cultures by locating and analyzing human remains, settlements, fossils, and artifacts.


40. Anthropology is the study of the origins and development of people and their societies.

41. Geography-The study of the earth and its features and of the distribution of life on the earth, including human life and the effects of human activity.


  • 42. Primary Sources: Historical records such as documents and artifacts that come from the time being studied.

  • -Examples: land deeds, written speeches, military orders, letters, and blueprints

  • -Secondary Sources: Historical writings dating from a time later than the one being studied.

  • -Examples: history books and reference books.


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