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8000-600 BCE AP

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Saadia Hussain

on 4 September 2015

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Transcript of 8000-600 BCE AP

8000 BCE - 600 BCE:
Agricultural Revolution & River Valley Civilizations

Agricultural Revolution
Players:
Pastoralist - first to domesticate animals, nomadic
Agriculturalist - farming, animals domestication, settled

Changes
Private property
Division of labor
Job specialization
Social inequality
Gender inequality
Surplus of food
Polytheism
Catal Huyuk
Sub-Saharan Africa
No plant or animal domestication
Mesoamerica
No animal domestication
Civilization
Reliable surplus
Highly specialized occupations
Distinct social classes
Cities
Complex formal governments
Long-distance trade
Writing
Mesopotamia
Political
City-states --> constant war
Sumerians --> theocracy
Akkadians --> monarchy
Babylonians --> Hammurabi's Code
Economy
95% farmers
Slavery
Social
urbanization + wealth = decline power of women
Landowner --> farmers --> slavers
Culture
Writing: cuneiform
Gods for each city
Ziggurats
Tigris
Euphrates
Egypt
Nile
Political
Centralized rule
Pharaoh
Bureaucracy
Social
Pharaoh --> Priests/officials --> peasants --> slaves
Social mobility
More rights for women
Cultural
Pyramids
Polytheistic
Writing: hieroglyphs
Economic
Farming
Trade with Mesopotamia
Indus Valley
Indus
Political
Mohenjo Daro & Harappa
Aryans
Economic
Farming
Trade: Mesopotamia & China
Social & Cultural (?)
Priests
Writing (?)
China
Yellow
Economic
Farming
Metal working
Political
Dynasties: Shang --> Zhou
Bureaucracy (shi)
Mandate of Heaven
Social
Elite --> peasants, craftsmen --> laborers, slaves
Merchants outside structure
Matrilineal --> decline
Cultural
No set religion
Writing: pictograph
Olmecs
(1200-400 BCE)
Chavin
(900-250 BCE)
No river
No animals
King(?)
365 day calendar
No river
Llama
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