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March to Civil































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The time period before written history

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  • Codified laws
  • Ideas of kingship
  • Building palaces to worship gods
  • Development of writing
  • The wheel
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An natural embankment to prevent the overflow of a river

ADV: create a high and safe flood plainprovide protectionreeds provided food for sheep /goats

the surrounding swamps were full of fish & waterfowlreeds also were used as building resources

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Sumerians- Cuneiform, the wheel, trade system (bartering)

Akkadians: unified upper and lower Mesopotamia

Babylonians: Laws, hammurabi’s code of laws

Assyrians: Taxes, permanent army, iron

What were three changes in society from the Paleolithic Stone Age to the Neolithic Revolution. How did it impact daily life?
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  • Nile delta- best farmland in area
  • Flooding of the nile
  • Between deserts for protection
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First to unite upper and lower egypt

Created the double crown taking white and red crown from upper and lower and combining them

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All art was produced for religious purposes

Pharaoh was the chief patron for the arts

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Egypt’s multi genius

High priest,

Chief architect and builder of the step pyramid

Father of medicine

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He tried to convert egypt to a monotheistic country

Destroyed temples/ built new capital city

Changed art- natural form, with children,

Empire was crippled after his death, because he neglected everything other than religion

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Volcanic Eruption


Mycenaean Invasion

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Crete Ruled from Knossos

King lived in the palace and controlled trade, financeand any dealings

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Tyrant- took power by force or by charm

Oligarchy- ruled by a group of rich powerful aristocrats

Democracy- government ruled by the people

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Pericles- democracy in Athens

Decided to build a wall around Athens to protect it from the strong Spartan army

Wall extended to trading portPlague hit, Pericles died

Alcibiades tried to battle sparta on land (lost)

Decided to attack melos (neutral in the battle) killed men or made them figh in army. Took women and children as slaves

Decided to attack syracuse and wasted ships, men, and money in that battle. Athens could not afford to replace the ships

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Art & Architecture

Myth and Literature

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Romulus and remus were thrown into the river by their uncle

They were rescued by a she wolf who suckled them back to health

They both prove to be natural leaders with many followers

Have a battle over the name of city and romulus kills remus in a battle

Names the city rome after himself

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To satisfy the urban poor, he instituted a free monthly supply of grain

Re-colonize captured cities that had been destroyed by war allow people to move as part of the roman empire

Moderate compromises to give some rights to the non-roman population

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Took charge of the senate

Became dictator

Gave people in the outside provinces chances to become roman citizens

Sent unemployed romans to north africa, france, Greece, and spain

Increased pay to soldiers

Became pontifexmaximus (chief priest)

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Male head of the household: legal authority over slaves, wife and offspring

Owner of the family estate

Right to abuse, kill, or sell off unwanted children

Raise healthy citizens of rome: participate in political life and religion

explain the following terms thermae aqueducts ampitheatres theatre
Explain the following terms:ThermaeAqueductsAmpitheatresTheatre
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Thermae- Roman Bath, form of relaxation, enjoyed by rich or poor, man or woman

Aqueducts- transport water using only gravity

Theatres- semi circular with a dance floor, stage and backdrop, plays

Amphitheatre- Coliseum, public executions, gladiator fights

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Show 3D paintings on a flat surface

explain how the roles of women are drastically different today in canada than from in mesopotamia
Explain how the roles of Women are drastically different today in Canada than from in Mesopotamia


Explain how Art, Education, Careers, the yearly cycle of the Nile, and the role of the Pharaoh promoted stability in Egypt
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Art remained unchanged, based on the standards

Education taught children to be good citizens of Egypt, wealthy to read and write

Careers- passed on from father to son

Nile- knew when Nile would flood, agriculture, and trade

Rule of Pharaoh- always ruled according to Ma’at (equilibrium)

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Armies with pay, pensions, pride in their units, strong loyalty to commanders

Any general backed by a powerful army could challenge the government

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Scipio’s victory required Carthage to:

Pay huge reparations

Dismantle its navy

Give up commercial empire

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Provided good transportation


Method of Trade



Rich Farm Land



Shift from Hunter and Gathers to Agriculture

Animal domestication

Rise of permanent villages

Advanced tool making

Social stratification

Development of art, music, and sports