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APWH. Foundations Ca. 8000 BCE-600 CE. AFRICA: ca. 8000 BCE-600 CE Key Concepts. The Agricultural Revs changed social and gender structures and paved the way for the emergence of civilizations. Ancient Egyptian civilization was shaped largely by geographic conditions.

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APWH

Foundations

Ca. 8000 BCE-600 CE

africa ca 8000 bce 600 ce key concepts
AFRICA: ca. 8000 BCE-600 CEKey Concepts
  • The Agricultural Revs changed social and gender structures and paved the way for the emergence of civilizations.
  • Ancient Egyptian civilization was shaped largely by geographic conditions.
  • Ancient Egypt was a male-dominated society centered on the pharaoh.
  • Sub-Saharan Africa was an isolated region with many separate societies, each with their own political and social characteristics, until the migration of the Bantu people provided cultural unity.
africa ca 8000 bce 600 ce key terms
AFRICA: ca. 8000 BCE-600 CEKey Terms
  • Agricultural Revolutions
  • Bantu
  • Foragers
  • Hieroglyphics
  • Neolithic
  • Papyrus
  • Pastoralists
  • Pharaoh
  • Trans-Saharan trade
the middle east ca 8000 bce 600 ce key concepts
THE MIDDLE EAST: ca. 8000 BCE-600 CEKey Concepts
  • Civilizations emerged in Mesopotamia with their own distinctive culture and political and social structures.
  • City-states and empires in the Middle East sat at the crossroads of major trade routes, such as the Silk Road and sea routes through the Mediterranean Sea and Indian Ocean, along which both products and culture traveled.
  • The geographic, political, and economic characteristics of the Middle East gave rise to the first empires.
  • Judaism and Christianity originated in the Middle East and had an impact on political events and social structure.
the middle east ca 8000 bce 600 ce key terms
Christianity

City-state

Cuneiform

Hellenism/Hellenistic Age

Judaism

Mesopotamia

Monotheism

Neo-Assyrian Empire

Persian Empire

Polytheism

Zoroastrianism

THE MIDDLE EAST: ca. 8000 BCE-600 CEKey Terms
asia ca 8000 bce 600 ce key concepts
ASIA: ca. 8000 BCE-600 CEKey Concepts
  • Both China and India experienced major political developments that gave rise to powerful empires.
  • The Shang and Zhou dynasties established the political and social foundation for future Chinese dynasties.
  • Buddhism, Confucianism, Hinduism, and Daoism are all important belief systems that impacted social and gender structures.
  • Across Asia there emerged land and sea trade networks that fostered the transfer of goods and ideas.
asia ca 8000 bce 600 ce key terms
Buddhism

Caste

Confucianism

Daoism

Hinduism

Karma

Legalism

Mandate of Heaven

Nirvana

Sati

Varna

ASIA: ca. 8000 BCE-600 CEKey Terms
europe ca 8000 bce 600 ce key concepts
EUROPE: ca. 8000 BCE-600 CEKey Concepts
  • The foundation of the Western world was established by the classical empires of Greece and Rome.
  • The uneven collapse of the Roman Empire set Europe on two divergent paths for the following centuries.
  • Christianity arose under Roman rule, and although initially reviled, it eventually flourished, in large part as a result of the policies of Emperor Constantine.
europe ca 8000 bce 600 ce key terms
Byzantine Empire

Hellenistic Age

Hoplite

Linear B

Minoans

Mycenaeans

Pax Romana

Polis

Roman Republic

Romanization

Third-century crisis

EUROPE: ca. 8000 BCE-600 CEKey Terms
the americas ca 8000 bce 600 ce key concepts
THE AMERICAS: ca. 8000 BCE-600 CEKey Concepts
  • The development of civilization in the Western Hemisphere differed from that in the Eastern Hemisphere because of environmental factors and relative isolation.
  • Societies with complex political, economic, and social structures did emerge in the Western Hemisphere.