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World Civilization 1
Dr. Chen
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Date Created: 02/06/16
World Civilization I, History 101 Exam 1 Review Spring 2016 (Blue book to answer the essay questions) I. Choice Question: Chapter 1 The origins, time and place, of hominins p.6, 9 Homo erectus and homo sapiens p.6, 11 Tools of hominins p.11-12 Burial, mentality of H. sapiens p.13-14 Migration of hominins p.14-15 Neanderthals p.19-20 David Lewis-Williams, function of caves p.21 Land bridges during the ice age p.24 Migration, time and passage, to America p.24-25 Naia p.27-28 Chapter 2 The Fertile Crescent p.34 Cuneiform p.40-41 Sargon p.41-42 King of Hammurabi p.42 Horus p.45 Khufu p.46 Upper and lower Egypt p.47 Governing method of Hittite p.49-50 Assyrian army p.52-53 Ruling of Assyrians p.52-53 Egyptian writing p.54 Phoenicians’ contribution p.54-55 Political reforms in Athens and Sparta p.57-58 Inference of Egyptian art p.61 Akhenaten p.64 Chapter 3 Khyber pass p.69 Monsoon winds p.68 Topography of Indian subcontinent p.69 Mehrgarh culture p.70 Location of Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro culture p.71 City constructions of Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro p.70-72 Lothal p.74-75 Decline and abandonment of Harappan culture p.76 The Aryans p.76-78 Indian literary language p.77-78 Vedas p.78 The Caste system p.86-87 Dharma p.82 Yoga p.88 Karma p.89 Moksha p.89 Chapter 4 Oracle bone p.112-113 Climate and agriculture in China p.94- 95 River in China p.94-96 Culture of Banpo Village p.96- 97 Yangshao culture p.96-97 Longshan culture p.97-98 Kang p.97 Shen Nong p.99 Yu, king of Xia p.100 Direction of Xia building p.100 Shang army p.101-104 Mandate of Heaven Theory p.105-106 Fengjian p.106-107 Wang p.107 Domesticated animal in China p.108 “Well-field” system p.109-110 Concept of “tien” in China p.112, 116 II. Essay question 1. What are the three explanations about the origins and disappearances of the Homo floresiensis in Indonesia? What are the questions/doubts about these explanations? What kind of theory did the third explanation challenge? Explain the reason. p.30 2. What were the characters of the riverine societies? How was Harappan culture similar to and different from the general pattern of riverine societies? What were the evidences? What other empire did the article compare Harappa to? Provide details and examples for your analyses. p.90 3. Akhenaten’s revolution was short-lived. What are the scholarly conjectures regarding the motives of Akhenaten? What is the most provocative of speculations about his revolution? p.64


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