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history of civilization
Mylynka Cardona

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Date Created: 09/08/15
HIST 2301 91 Nomadic Pastoral Neolithic Revolution the most important thing that has happened in humanity Farming and domesticated plants and animals domestication of grain This and the observation of the world around them and plant life lead to the making of permanent settlements now that people have control of their food source They can contain animals and have diversity in their diets all early civilizations settled by or on a water source river ocean etc Rivers especially are very good for agriculture because it gave means for transport and rich soil in the area Alluvial Now that settlements have food and water supply civilizations can form Culture art language etc Government Jobs division of labor With job diversity and people working together there is more leisure time More time for ideas inventions discovery entertainment and religion Different cultures and their different creation storiesanswer to the question why are we here 0 Egyptian the creation according to Ra o 0 Hebrew Genesis 0 0 China P an Ku o Primeprimordial Hindu Rig Veda o Similarities in these stories Flood re destruction disaster god is releasable animal plant person Man created from earthnatural elements Sacri cial gods Why So people would be grateful 93 quotHistory is about context not answersquot Why is there a split between civilized and uncivilized peope leave for different reasons more protection in civilization no taxes or slavery in 39hill country39 some people get on board with civilization and some did not time and space time vs space Time When in history ook at divisions in time when do things in history start or end Space geography eventswhere things are in context of who is there teacher vs student Everyone thinks they are right Eurocentrism Europe centralized White civilized others not City vs country difference WARS treaties and more division ONE winner writing history biased Why do we needhave heros to provide an example goodbad provide morals virtues


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