Study Guide Exam 1 - History
Study Guide Exam 1 - History Hist 1111
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mm 1 Studv Guide World Historv gt Describe the 3 types of Homo s 0 HomoHabilies 0 HomoErectus 0 HomoSapiens What does HomoSapiens stand for What significant roles did HomoSapiens play in the world Things they started how did VV they change the lives and become more developed CognitiveLinguistic Revolution Demographic Growth Theory of Mind What are Networks Hierarchies 0 Horizontal Vertical Explain Characteristics of the people VVVV V 0 How did they migrate to new places 0 Hand axes 0 How did they change gt Obsidian Dragon Glass gt Describe the characteristics of Bands Tribes Chiefdoms and States 0 Settle or travel 0 HuntersGatherers or both 0 Wars 0 Which one caused the rise of hierarchies 0 Which had sex equality and which did not 0 Populations 0 Egalitarian What are the characteristics of a HunterGatherer How did agriculture begin People began claiming their property as private after settlement Greater Power VVV IV 0 How was it determined Potlaches PreAgricultural Grinding Stones How did settling down cause vulnerability to the people Petroglyphs 0 What was on them gt What did Venus of Willendorf represent gt What did people bury the dead with gt How were animals dogs cats elephants significant during the Agricultural Revolution gt What was the significance in genetically modifying plants and animals 0 What were Wild Peas IV IV IV IV V What kind of animals did we choose for domestication Domestication What were the theories for the rise of agriculture Materialistic SocialEconomic Agriculturalists in the Fertile Crescent gt Pastoralists gt Explain the different types of violence Internal External War scarcity defense gt Why didn t Chiefdom s evolve into states gt What are the characteristics of the Agrarian Community low productivity manufacture market gt Describe the Agrarian Pyramid Describe the characteristics of each group gt Highest lowest Divinely Elites Commoners How were men and women treated differently What and where is Sumeria Ziggurats Cuneiform What was the first famous story gt What are the characteristics of Egypt Indus Valley Norte Chico Olmecs and Yellow River Valley What are some of them known as now Hieroglyphs Papyrus Quipu Oracle Bones gt Whow What were the theories for emergence of statelevel societies V IV IV IV IV How were all these early states similar as Hammurabi and what was the deal with his code What was their functionpurpose What were the most important characteristics of the codes Two important ones 0 The more production the bigger the size of the state 0 The bigger the state is the harder it is to rule Savanna Steppe What was the Nubian Chiefdom Reasons Meroe fell gt What was Aksum and who was Ezana gt What was J enneJ eno 0 SlashBurn Farming 0 Virgin Rainforests 0 Tsetse Fly 0 Witches gt What were the patterns of African history 0 Northwest 0 Northwest of SubSaharan Africa
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