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Chapter 1 - Early Civilizations

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Transcript of Chapter 1 - Early Civilizations

Studying
History and
Early Humans

We study our ancestors to
learn about ourselves
Why Study History?
The past affects the Future
Culture
religion
politics
economics
History is a study of a society's....
Primary Sources
Written or Created...by a Witness
Secondary Sources
Why History Changes
1. Gather
2. Examine
3. Sort
4. Interpret
5. New Evidence
Early Humans Were Hunter-Gatherers
Bands of about 30
Nomads
Sharing Knowledge
Sharing Tools
Sharing Customs
Sometimes Fought
The Development of Technology
Early Human Culture
Domestication of Animals
Domestication of Plants
Agricultural Revolution
The First
Communities

Large Villages
food
protection
fire
disease
flood
SURPLUS
More food = More People
Specialization
-POTTER
-WEAVER
-HOLY MAN
from nomads to villages
Trading for Goods
Simple Villages
Grow More
Complex
More Food =
More People =
More Trade =
Specialization =
-surplus of goods
-villages grow
-surplus of food for surplus of tools
-trained artisans
*carpenters
*potters
*weavers
*toolmakers
*cloth makers
Social Classes
Larger villages
laws and leadership
government
Catal Huyuk
8,000 people
agricultural village
cattle
surplus
permanent buildings
religion
tools
trade
http://www.lascaux.culture.fr/#/en/00.xml
small pride
depending on
resources available
fighting for resources
threatened by new prides
Prehistoric Tools
Knife
Axe/Hammer
Arrow Head
Awl
Worshiping the Environment
Hunting and Gathering
Permanent Homes
Shaman
domesticated animals
water source
Surplus
potter
agriculture
trade
weaving
Simple Farming Village
Hunters and Gatherers
Finish this quote. "Those who do not study history are doomed to _________"
Historical Method
What does this say?
Rosetta Stone
Hunting Animals
Gathering Plants
Men Hunted and Women Gathered
Ice Age glaciers retreat
What is fire used for?
More Grazing Lands
Migrate into new areas
Hunters Driving herds of animals
Animals for Food
Animals for Clothing
Animals for Shelter
Animals for Hunting
Farming
Change
Cave Painting Review
A work produced about an historical
event by someone not actually there
Hunting Animals
Shelter from the Environment

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