Published on September 16, 2014
Indus river valley in South Asia
• They depended upon the monsoon to bring water that their crops needed.
• Agriculture •Trading
• Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro • Well planned oWide Streets oPublic baths oPrivate and public wells oDrains oReservoirs
• The Citadel or the elevated fortress of the city • Lower city proper
Excavated Ruins of Mohenjo-Daro
System of Writing Clay seals with pictograms of the products
• Ecological factors • Violent earthquake or volcanic eruption
I. Process: Compare and contrast the cities in Sumer and Indus using a Venn diagram
The Shang Civilization emerged along the Huang Ho in northern China in 1700 B.C.E. Huang means “yellow” and Ho means “river.”
Water flowing in this river carries with it loess, which is yellowish. River of Sorrow
• Priest King - led an army which used chariots and bronze weapons - presided over rituals, sacrifices and prayers
• Shangdi – the creator and ruler of heavens. • Ancestor worship • Human sacrifice
The Shang royal tombs included thousands of objects including human material remains.
• Calligraphy - an art of writing
• Houses and street layouts were organized and planned. • Palace • Temple • Burial Sites
Bronze production for weapons and ceremonial vessels Army had horse drawn chariots Silk and porcelain production Pottery
Shang zun (wine vessel) Made of Bronze
Understanding: What similarities exist between each of the civilizations? Is there a civilization that you would have chosen to be a part of, over another- why? What impact do these civilizations have on our own culture?
Characteristics Sumerian Indus Shang Geography Economy Government Architecture Religion Contribution
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