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Chapter 1 Notes

by: Dylan Marrandino

Chapter 1 Notes His 151

Dylan Marrandino
La Salle
Global History to 1500
Charles A. Desnoyers

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This is chapter 1, I will be uploading chapters 2 and three and a study guide for the test today. Thanks!
Global History to 1500
Charles A. Desnoyers
Class Notes
World History, Global History, Patterns of world history, Chapter 1
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Date Created: 09/30/15
World History Chapter 1 Human Civilization 0 The evolution process 0 Hominines No longer chimps but not humans yet 0 Happened in mostly Africa Foraging 0 Or more commonly known as hunting and gathering I Living by hunting their food and women gathering berries and etc I Men would leave settlement for days in search of large animals for food such as wooly mammoth large saber tooth tiger land sloth I Families stayed small so they could be mobile Cultivating amp Domesticating 0 Original city s or community s started because of religious or symbolic area were around so they built a home around it o Cattle and goats were first domesticated for source of food 0 Wheat barley and maze were first cultivated plants 0 Took very long time for there plants to become what they are known as today 0 Trade started in East Asia NOMADS CIVILIZATION AND ACCULTURATION AgrarianUrban Society 0 Community based around a strong agriculture Accultu ration O 0 Cities Money Law Government HierarchyPatriarchy Classes Trade Metal I The Bronze Age Used bronze because it was abundant and easy to make 0 Used for example to make weapons and religious ceremonial items WarArmies ESSAY QUESTION I Compare the society s of Mesopotamia s with those of Egypt Mesopotamia are like New York Egypt are like California s


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