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Stewart Crona
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Stewart Crona on Tuesday October 20, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to HUM101 at San Diego State University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see /class/225327/hum101-san-diego-state-university in Humanities at San Diego State University.


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Date Created: 10/20/15
Test 1 Review Introduction 0 Paleolithic Era Literally means Old Stone 0 Beginning oftool usage 0 Paleolithic V Neolithic o Paleolithic old stone tools hunting and gathering o Neolithic new stone technology farming and agriculture 0 Hominids 7 nearhuman or protohuman creatures o Animism 7 belief that forces of nature are vital and alive Chapter 1 0 Power in Mesopotamia major deities o Anu god of heaven Ea god of wisdom Enlil god of earth wind air Ishtar Queen of Heaven Marduk o Shamash god of sunwisdom Polytheism 7 worship of many gods Henotheism 7 recognition of multiple gods but belief in one Monotheism 7 beliefworship in one god Epic of Gilgamesh o Destroys Humbaba guardian of cedar forest with Enkidu o Siduri 7 maker of wine 0 Utnapishtm 7the Faraway o Urshanabi 7 ferryman caretaker of the boat 0 Gilgamesh wanted immortal ideology 0 Hebrew BibleTen CommandmentsHammurabi s Code 0 First book of Hebrew bible Genesis Second book Exodus going out First 5 books of Hebrew bible are known as the Torah Ten CommandmentsThe Decalogue found in Exodus Hammurabi s Code covers broad spectrum of moral social and commercial obligations I Specifies penalties for crimes I First collective statement of laws 0 History of Hebrew People 0 Abraham s descendants I Led the Hebrews westward to Canaan ancient Israel 0 O O O O O O 0 Chapter 2 o Origins of languagealphabet Phoenicians 1500 BCE Beginning of pharaoh dynasty Narmer lSt pharaoh Pyramids Originally built to bury pharaohs began during the 3rd dynasty Gods Deities o RaRe 7 Sun god 0 Amun 7 champion of poor 0 Ptah 7 creator god o Khnum 7 potter god creates human forms Egyptian Concept of soul 0 Ka 7 life force 0 Ba 7 personality 0 Ren 7 name 0 1b 7 heart 0 Sheut 7 shadowsoul o Akh 7 radiant one Egyptian ArtWhen it Changes 0 Changed during Amarna period 0 Shift from written records to poetrylyric literature Mao s 3 Story Universe Tutankhamen o Akhataten s son 0 18th Dynasty 7 New Kingdom Period Dark Ages of Egypt 0 High priest Amun takes over upper Egypt pharaohs have lower Egypt


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