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  1. I. The Origins of HumankindII. Preliterate Cultures III. Preliterate Society and Religion IV. Mesopotamia: The First CivilizationV. The Babylonian Empire, c. 2000–1600 B.C.E.VI. Egypt: Gift of the NileVII. Mesopotamian Successors to Babylon, c. 1600–550 B.C.E.VIII. The Persian Empire, 550-331 B.C.E.

  2. I. The Origins of Humankind • Australopithecus • Homo habilis • Homo erectus • Homo sapiens • II. Preliterate Cultures • A. Paleolithic Culture • B. Neolithic Revolution and Advent of Agriculture • III. Preliterate Society and Religion • A. Social Organization • B. Religion • animism • Çatal Hüyük

  3. IV. Mesopotamia: The First Civilization • A. The Protoliterate Period in Sumer, • c. 3200–2800 B. C. E. • B. The Old Sumerian Period, c. 2800–2300 B.C.E. • C. The Akkadian Period, c. 2300–2150 B.C.E. • D. The Neo-Sumerian Period, c. 2150–2000 B.C.E.

  4. V. The Babylonian Empire, c. 2000–1600 B.C.E. • A. Mathematics and ScienceB. Literature and Religion • C. Collapse and Disorder, c. 1600-1200 B.C.E. The Ancient Near East

  5. VI. Egypt: Gift of the Nile • A. Pre-dynastic Egypt B. The Old Kingdom, c. 2700–2200 B.C.E. • C. The Middle Kingdom, c. 2050–1800 B.C.E. • D. The New Kingdom or Empire, c. 1570–1090 B.C.E. • E. Third Intermediate Period, 1090–332 B.C.E. • F. Nubia and the Kingdom of Kush • G. Egyptian Society and Economy Ancient Egypt

  6. VI. Egypt: Gift of the Nile • H. Egyptian Religion • I. Mathematics and Science • J. Monumentalism in Architecture • K. Sculpture and Painting • L. Writing and Literary Texts Ancient Egypt

  7. VII. Mesopotamian Successors to Babylon, c. 1600–550 B.C.E. • A. The HittitesB. Hittite CivilizationC. The Sea Peoples

  8. VII. Mesopotamian Successors to Babylon, c. 1600–550 B.C.E. • D. The Beginnings of the Iron Age • E. The Phoenicians • F. The Hebrew Kingdoms • G. Hebrew Religion • H. The Aramaeans • I. The Assyrian Empire, c. 745–612 B.C.E.Assyrian Culture • Downfall of the Assyrian Empire • J. The Lydians and the Medes • K. The Chaldean (New Babylonian) Empire

  9. VIII. The Persian Empire, 550–331 B.C.E. • A. Persian Government B. Persian Religion and Art