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AP World History - Period 1 - to c. 600 BCE

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AP WORLD HISTORY
PERIOD/ERA 1
1.1 Big Geography and the Peopling of the Earth
"Instead of requiring the earth to produce what they wanted, they took – or perhaps borrowed – what nature had to offer."
rules -> fam
small groups, large areas
Paleolithic Age - "Old Stone Age"
adaptation; technology
Animals?
hunter-forager
better stone tools, traps
animism, shamanism
egalitarian
B. SOCIETY: WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE?
Quote Alert!
adaptation and food
domestication - taming, changing nature
agriculture - produce, process, market, and use foods, fibers and byproducts from plants/animals
growing populations
more wild plants, cereal grasses
End of last Ice Age
1.2 The Neolithic Revolution and Early Agricultural Societies
why?
B. Agriculture grows separately and independently in different places at around the same time
sedentary, agriculture appears
Neolithic aka Agricultural
pastoralism emerges
population?
intensification - more for less
Fertile Crescent - Southwest Asia
resources accumulate in the hands of a few
Progress?
A. Technology
classes
caused environment damage
erosion
clear land, gain access to water
What's next?
Core and Foundational Civilizations
First civilizations grew in river valleys
-more reliable... so what?
5) Surplus
-plant/animal labor = male;
4) Gender inequality
-more/better land = job status
3) Social inequality
-specialization
2) Division of labor
-private property, wealth
1) People settled down
Going through changes
Define civilization in your own words.
Core and Foundational Civilizations
4) Shang - Huang He (Yellow) River Valley
2) Egypt - Nile River Valley
1) Mesopotamia - Tigris, Euphrates
3) Indus River Valley (MohenjoDaro, Harappa)
5) Olmecs & Chavin – The Americas
Basic Timeline of Mesopotamian Civilizations
Geography
Flooding irregular and unpredictable
Accessible from many directions (So what?)
Hot, dry, mild winters
Geography
Why does that matter?
Flooding regular, predictable
Similar latitude to Mesopotamia
Indus River Valley
Mountains, protection
monsoon rains
mostly dried up
Geography
Mohenjo-Daro
irregular flooding
Huang He and Yangzi, agriculture
Ind. discovery - ag, metal
Geography
Shang
The Americas
365 day calendar
jade carvers
giant basalt head
artisans
Cultural Characteristics
kingship -> religious
authoritarian and hierarchical
Social Distinctions
elaborate drainage systems
human all labor
based on agriculture (beans, peppers, avocados, squash, maize, tomatoes; turkeys, dogs, no large animals)
Olmec (1200-400BCE), "rubber people"
connections with other civs?
Jaguar god - human/animal
Cultural Development
need for irrigation, protection
Political Development
Chavin
Hierarchy
Social Distinctions
silver and gold
llamas -> labor
Chavin de Huantar; crossroads, trade
Economic Development
unlikely env
little rain -> lots of sea life
Andes Mountains
Geography
What purpose?
Out Of Africa
diffusion of metallurgy, language, agriculture
Patriarchy - male dominated society
1.3 Development and Interactions of Early Agricultural, Pastoral and Urban Societies
4000-2300- Sumerian
2350-2100- Akkadian (Semitic)
2120-1700- Neo Sumerian (Ur)
1770-1550- Babylonian
1500-1000- Hittites, Kassites
900-600- Assyrians
600-535- Neo-Babylonian
After that... PERSIANS!
Then Greco-Roman Period
715-322 - Late Period
1539-715 - New Kingdom - expansion
1975-1539 - Middle Kingdom - extensive trade
2649-2125 - Old Kingdom - first great pyramids built
2950-2649 - Early Dynastic
Very Basic Timeline (all dates circa, BCE)
women = more babies
health , pop.
A. TECHNOLOGY
Why so important to humans?
Adaptation and food
"the original affluent society"
C. MIGRATION
"What have we lost in the mad rush to modernity and can we recover it?"
economic sharing and equality
Paleolithic diet
in tune with nature
gender equal
D. WERE PALEOLITHIC PEOPLES BACKWARDS, PRIMITIVE?
everything to c. 600BCE
Tech. & Env. Transformations
QUOTE ALERT!
East Africa
E. ENVIRONMENT
F. SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES
Laid groundwork for:
animal-borne disease, empires, writing, warfare

larger mammals extinct
C. HOW?
D. Where
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