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WHAP: Chapter 1 - From Human Prehistory to the Earliest Civilizations

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Richard Cook

on 8 July 2013

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Transcript of WHAP: Chapter 1 - From Human Prehistory to the Earliest Civilizations

Human Prehistory - Early Civilizations Fire Tools Art Hunter-Gatherer Neolithic Revolution Technological Innovations Civilizations= States Surplus labor Divine leadership Resource Rich = success Pastoralists = new technologies UNIFIED THRU CULTURE Monumental Architecture Arts and artisanship Systems of record keeping Legal Codes Religious Beliefs Literature Trade Why are these elements "unifying"? Vedic religion Hebrew monotheism Zoroastrianism Epic of Gilgamesh Rig Veda Book of the Dead
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