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Earliest humans to think:  Earliest humans to think Homo sapiens taming of plants and animals:  taming of plants and animals domestication Inter-related groups which survived by following and finding food:  Inter-related groups which survived by following and finding food Hunter-gatherers The way in which people live (art, science, government, etc.):  The way in which people live (art, science, government, etc.) Culture Wandering lifestyle following food and water:  Wandering lifestyle following food and water Nomadic Items such as rocks or sticks used to accomplish work:  Items such as rocks or sticks used to accomplish work Simple Tools Inter-related groups of people:  Inter-related groups of people Clans Communication which developed in the Paleolithic (OLD) age:  Communication which developed in the Paleolithic (OLD) age Oral language Living in one place and raising food:  Living in one place and raising food Settled agriculture Tools which require reshaping or combining parts to work:  Tools which require reshaping or combining parts to work Complex tools Person who uses artifacts and fossils to determine past human events:  Person who uses artifacts and fossils to determine past human events Archaeologist Animal and plant matter which has been preserved in nature:  Animal and plant matter which has been preserved in nature Fossil Method of telling the approximate age of an artifact or fossil:  Method of telling the approximate age of an artifact or fossil Carbon dating Giant circles of stone in England probably used for religious ceremonies:  Giant circles of stone in England probably used for religious ceremonies Stonehenge Shift from hunting-gatherer societies to settled agriculture:  Shift from hunting-gatherer societies to settled agriculture Neolithic Revolution Tool Age following the Stone Age:  Tool Age following the Stone Age Bronze Age “U” shaped area stretching from the eastern Mediterranean coast through Syria into Mesopotamia:  “U” shaped area stretching from the eastern Mediterranean coast through Syria into Mesopotamia Fertile Crescent Area in between and around the Tigris and Euphrates River Valleys:  Area in between and around the Tigris and Euphrates River Valleys Mesopotamia Geographic term for the Indian sub-continent:  Geographic term for the Indian sub-continent South Asia Geographic term for China:  Geographic term for China East Asia Jewish people:  Jewish people Hebrews phrase describing river valleys as the beginning of civilization:  phrase describing river valleys as the beginning of civilization Cradles of Civilization Passing of leadership from father to son (rule stays in the family):  Passing of leadership from father to son (rule stays in the family) dynasty Independent cities and their surrounding lands (small kingdoms):  Independent cities and their surrounding lands (small kingdoms) City-state Moral law code of Christianity and Judaism:  Moral law code of Christianity and Judaism Ten Commandments Early civil law code of Babylon:  Early civil law code of Babylon Code of Hammurabi Working at or creating only one item or good in order to meet ones needs:  Working at or creating only one item or good in order to meet ones needs Specialization of labor Holy scriptures of Judaism:  Holy scriptures of Judaism Torah Banished from a land:  Banished from a land exiled Scattering of Jewish communities:  Scattering of Jewish communities Diaspora Earliest form of writing by man:  Earliest form of writing by man pictograms Pictograms used in Egypt:  Pictograms used in Egypt hieroglyphics Pictograms used in Sumeria:  Pictograms used in Sumeria cuneiform Symbols used to represent sounds created by the Phoenicians:  Symbols used to represent sounds created by the Phoenicians alphabet A political unit composed of the kingdom and all of its conquered lands:  A political unit composed of the kingdom and all of its conquered lands empire Organization of people who complete the day to day tasks of government:  Organization of people who complete the day to day tasks of government bureaucracy Early Persian religion with a belief in the forces of good and evil:  Early Persian religion with a belief in the forces of good and evil Zoroastrianism Race of people who controlled the Indian subcontinent with a caste system:  Race of people who controlled the Indian subcontinent with a caste system Aryan Period of time when a civilization enjoys a rapid advancement in culture:  Period of time when a civilization enjoys a rapid advancement in culture Golden Age Rigid system of India which placed people in a particular social class from which they could not move:  Rigid system of India which placed people in a particular social class from which they could not move Caste (Varna) System Movement of people from one location to another:  Movement of people from one location to another migration Belief that a person will return after their death in another form:  Belief that a person will return after their death in another form reincarnation Idea that one’s actions in life determines one’s destiny and future:  Idea that one’s actions in life determines one’s destiny and future karma Religious scriptures for Hinduism:  Religious scriptures for Hinduism Vedas Main ideas of the religious philosophy of Buddhism:  Main ideas of the religious philosophy of Buddhism Four Noble Truths The course in Buddhism that would lead to freedom from the cycle of rebirth:  The course in Buddhism that would lead to freedom from the cycle of rebirth Eightfold Path to Enlightenment Fortified barrier constructed to protect East Asian people from attacks:  Fortified barrier constructed to protect East Asian people from attacks Great Wall of China Approval needed in order for Chinese rulers to hold power:  Approval needed in order for Chinese rulers to hold power Mandate of Heaven Overland trade route that connected China to Western Europe:  Overland trade route that connected China to Western Europe Silk Road Professional government organization which required testing in order to work in government:  Professional government organization which required testing in order to work in government Civil Service Belief that deceased relatives continued to guide the family:  Belief that deceased relatives continued to guide the family Ancestor worship Representation of good and evil in Daoism:  Representation of good and evil in Daoism Yin and yang Exchange of goods for goods:  Exchange of goods for goods barter Exchange of goods for coins:  Exchange of goods for coins Money economy Settling of foreign lands to produce materials for the home country:  Settling of foreign lands to produce materials for the home country colonization Tales and legends of a civilization usually centered on nature and creation:  Tales and legends of a civilization usually centered on nature and creation mythology Form of government in which citizens hold power:  Form of government in which citizens hold power democracy Form of government in which a few hold power:  Form of government in which a few hold power oligarchy Person who can take part in the governing of society:  Person who can take part in the governing of society citizen Form of democracy in which each citizen has DIRECT input into decision making:  Form of democracy in which each citizen has DIRECT input into decision making Direct democracy Wars fought between Persians and Greeks:  Wars fought between Persians and Greeks Persian Wars Wars fought between Spartans and Athenians:  Wars fought between Spartans and Athenians Peloponnesian Wars Outdoor center of government in ancient Greece:  Outdoor center of government in ancient Greece agora Form of government where one person seizes power and established a one-man rule:  Form of government where one person seizes power and established a one-man rule tyranny Epic poem by Homer about the Trojan Wars:  Epic poem by Homer about the Trojan Wars Iliad & Odyssey The manner in which people meet their needs:  The manner in which people meet their needs economy Form of government where the upper class nobility rules:  Form of government where the upper class nobility rules aristocracy Codified, harsh, law code of ancient Greece:  Codified, harsh, law code of ancient Greece Code of Draco Alliance created under Pericles to free Ionia and protect Greeks from Persia:  Alliance created under Pericles to free Ionia and protect Greeks from Persia Delian League Temple to Athena:  Temple to Athena Parthenon Period where Greece reached its cultural height:  Period where Greece reached its cultural height Golden Age of Pericles Classical Age Mixture of Greek and Persian cultures under Alexander the Great:  Mixture of Greek and Persian cultures under Alexander the Great Hellenistic Group of Greek citizens who met in the agora to govern:  Group of Greek citizens who met in the agora to govern Assembly Lower class of Roman society, majority of free Romans:  Lower class of Roman society, majority of free Romans plebeians Upper class of Roman society:  Upper class of Roman society patricians Governing body in Rome composed of the patrician class:  Governing body in Rome composed of the patrician class Senate 2 elected officials in Rome who administered the government in Rome:  2 elected officials in Rome who administered the government in Rome consuls The codified law of Rome:  The codified law of Rome Twelve Tables Wars fought between Rome and Carthage:  Wars fought between Rome and Carthage Punic Wars Internal warfare of a kingdom or empire:  Internal warfare of a kingdom or empire Civil War Situation in which prices rise and the value of money decreases:  Situation in which prices rise and the value of money decreases inflation A three person ruling group:  A three person ruling group triumvurate 200 year period of Roman peace:  200 year period of Roman peace Pax Romana Holy scriptures of Christianity:  Holy scriptures of Christianity Holy Bible Old & New Testaments Teachings of the Christian Church:  Teachings of the Christian Church doctrine Temple to all gods in Rome:  Temple to all gods in Rome pantheon Arena for gladiator battles:  Arena for gladiator battles Colisseum Center of government in ancient Rome:  Center of government in ancient Rome forum Epic poem by Virgil about the founding of Rome:  Epic poem by Virgil about the founding of Rome Aeneid The mixture of Greek and Roman culture:  The mixture of Greek and Roman culture Greco-Roman Group of languages derived from Latin including French and Italian:  Group of languages derived from Latin including French and Italian Romance languages Codified law of the Byzantine Empire:  Codified law of the Byzantine Empire Justinian Code Religious images used in Christianity:  Religious images used in Christianity icons Form of artwork using pieces of tile and glass to create images:  Form of artwork using pieces of tile and glass to create images mosaics Early Christian Church incorporating the dome on a rectangular building:  Early Christian Church incorporating the dome on a rectangular building Hagia Sophia Eastern Church of early Christianity:  Eastern Church of early Christianity Greek/Eastern Orthodoxy Western Church of early Christianity:  Western Church of early Christianity Roman Catholic Alphabet adapted from the Greek alphabet to represent Slavic languages:  Alphabet adapted from the Greek alphabet to represent Slavic languages Cyrillic Holy scriptures of Islam:  Holy scriptures of Islam Koran/Quran Basic concepts of Islam:  Basic concepts of Islam Five Pillars Islamic sect believing the caliphate should be a descendant of Muhammad:  Islamic sect believing the caliphate should be a descendant of Muhammad Shi’a / Shiite Islamic sect believing the caliphate could be held by any Muslim:  Islamic sect believing the caliphate could be held by any Muslim Sunni Ended the expansion of Islam into Western Europe:  Ended the expansion of Islam into Western Europe Battle of Tours Holy mosque built on the site where Muhammad ascended to Heaven:  Holy mosque built on the site where Muhammad ascended to Heaven Dome of the Rock Muslims of Spain:  Muslims of Spain Moors Religious wars to re-conquer Middle Eastern holy sites by Christianity:  Religious wars to re-conquer Middle Eastern holy sites by Christianity Crusades Islamic group which conquered Constantinople around 1300 AD:  Islamic group which conquered Constantinople around 1300 AD Ottoman Turks Religious community of men who have taken religious vows:  Religious community of men who have taken religious vows monastery People who spread a religious message:  People who spread a religious message missionaries Local congregation of Catholicism with a priest in charge:  Local congregation of Catholicism with a priest in charge parish Estate with peasant workers granted to a noble in exchange for loyalty and military service:  Estate with peasant workers granted to a noble in exchange for loyalty and military service Manor / fief Noble who held land and served a higher ranking lord:  Noble who held land and served a higher ranking lord vassal Medieval peoples living in the area of present day France:  Medieval peoples living in the area of present day France Franks Document restricting the powers of the English king and listing individual freedoms for English people:  Document restricting the powers of the English king and listing individual freedoms for English people Magna Carta Non-religious:  Non-religious secular Belief in more than one god:  Belief in more than one god polytheism Belief in one god:  Belief in one god Monotheism Medieval building designed to protect the manor/fief from invasion:  Medieval building designed to protect the manor/fief from invasion castle Ethnic religion of Japan:  Ethnic religion of Japan Shintoism Group or chain of islands:  Group or chain of islands archipelago

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