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World History AP - Princeton Review

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Double click anywhere & add an idea Foundations-600 CE ;lajfsajffja;lkjf;jaf;jaf;lja;lfja;lfja;sljf;aThe Big Picture 1.What are civilizations all about? Existence and development of cities, formal institutions (political, economic, and religious), different social levels and occupations, the use of technology, the arts, and methods of communication and transportation.
2.How does change occur within a society? What caused it?
a.Cultural diffusion (being exposed to a different culture and mixing them up).
b.Inventions or adaptations (using things in a new/different way)
c.Etc.
3.How are people impacted by, and how do they impact, geography and climate?
a.People and nature interacting
b.Nature impacting people
c.People impacting nature

I. Nomads i. Foraging societies
ii. Pastoral societies
II.Neolithic (“New Stone”) Revolution or Agricultural Revolution i.Consequences of Agriculture
ii.Impact of Agriculture on the Environment
iii.Technology
III.The Big, Early Civilizations: The Rivers Deliver a.Mesopotamia
i.City-states
ii.Mesopotamia
iii.Sumerian civilization
iv.Polytheistic
v.Ziggurats
vi.Akkad
vii.Babylon
viii.Code of Hammurabi
ix.Hittites
x.Assyrians
xi.Nineveh
xii.Nebuchadnezzar
xiii.Persian Empire
xiv.Great Royal Road
xv.Lydians
xvi.Phoenicians
xvii.Hebrews
b.Ancient Egypt
i.Egyptian civilization (three kingdoms)
ii.King Menes
iii.Pharaohs
iv.Hieroglyphics
v.Egyptians and the afterlife
vi.Queen Hatshepsut
vii.Women in Egypt
viii.Egyptian Social Structure
ix.Ancient Egypt’s decline
c.Indus Valley Civilization
i.Indus Valley civilization
ii.Khyber Pass
iii.Harappa
iv.Mohenjo-Daro
v.Aryans
vi.Vedas and Upanishads
vii.Hinduism
viii.caste system
ix.Brahmans
d.Early China
i.Shang China
ii.Patriarchal structure
iii.Belief system
iv.Zhou Dynasty
v.Mandate of Heaven
vi.Bureaucracies
IV.Early Mesoamerica and
Andean South America
i. Olmec
ii. Chavin
V. Classical Civilizations: Mesoamerica a. Mayan civilization
i. Tikal
ii. Warfare
iii. Belief Structure and Buildings
iv. Chichen Itza
VI. The Classical Civilizations: India and China a. The Mauryan Empire in India (321 to approximately 180 B.C.E.)
i. Mauryan Empire
ii. Chandragupta Maurya
iii. Ashoka Maurya
iv. Buddhism
v. Rock and Pillar Edicts
b.The Gupta Dynasty in India (320-550 C.E.)
i.Chandra Gupta
ii.Gupta Empire
iii.Arabic numerals
c.The Qin Dynasty in China (221 to around 209 B.C.E.)
i.Qin Dynasty
ii.Great Wall of China
iii.Qin Shihuangdi
iv.Legalism
d.The Han Dynasty in China (around 200 B.C.E. to around 200 C.E.)
i.Han Dynasty
ii.Huns
iii.Wu Ti
VII.The Classical Civilization: Mediterranean a. Greece
i. Ancient Greece
ii. Social Structure and Citizenship (Citizens, Free People, Non-Citizens)
iii. Polis
iv. Athens
v. Sparta
vi. Draco and Solon
vii. Greek mythology
viii. Persian Wars
ix. Golden Age of Pericles
x. Delian League
xi. Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle
xii. Homer
xiii. Peloponnesian War
xiv. Macedonians
xv. Alexander the Great
xvi. Antigonid
xvii. Ptolemaic
xviii. Seleucid
xix. Hellenism
b.Rome (509 B.C.E. - 476 C.E.)
i.Roman mythology
ii.Social structure
1.patricians,
2.plebeians
3.slaves
iii.Twelve Tables of Rome
iv.Carthage
v.Punic Wars (all three of them)
vi.Hannibal
vii.First triumvirate
viii.Julius Caesar
ix.Second triumvirate
x.Octavius (aka Augustus Caesar)
VIII.Late Classical Period:
Empires Collapse, and People Move
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