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AP WH Chap 01 First Civilizations

  1. 1. Unit 1: Chapter1 Chapter 1:From the Origins of Agriculture to the First River-Valley Civilizations 8000-1500 B.C.E.
  2. 2. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 1: BeforeCivilization Section 1: Before Civilization
  3. 3. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 1: BeforeCivilization I. Stone (Lithic) Age A. Paleo-lithic - Old Stone Age B. Agricultural Revolution C. Neo-Lithic - New Stone Age
  4. 4. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 1: BeforeCivilization A. Paleolithic Age 1. Communities – Hunter (men) & Gatherer (women) 2. Tools – bone, skin, wood, & stone 3. Food – vegetables, nuts & fruits - very little meat 4. Family – women raised children, cooking, sewing 5. Shelter – natural shelters or mobile tents 6. Activities – art, tool making, religious practices, social gatherings 7. Religion – belief in afterlife, complicated
  5. 5. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 1: BeforeCivilization B. Agricultural Revolution 1. Domestication – plants & animals a. Agriculture – cultivation- needed fertile soil & rivers b. Animals – transportation and ag. Purposes c. Americas – limited due to few suitable species – llama S.A. d. Africa & Asia – cattle e. M.E. – camel & donkey 2. Result – Population increase & stable communities
  6. 6. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 1: BeforeCivilization What to Plant? • Mediterranean area - Wheat and Barley • Sub-Saharan Africa - Sorghum, Millet, Teff • Equatorial West Africa - Yams • Eastern and Southern Asia - Rice • America - Maize, Potatoes, Quinoa, Manioc
  7. 7. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 1: BeforeCivilization C. Neolithic Communities 1. Culture a. Religion – ancestral worship & nature spirits (earth, wind, fire); sacred places; deities – mother earth, sky god (male) b. Astronomy – megaliths – burial chambers, calendar circles, astronomical observations c. Language – societies began to spread and language began to diversify 2. Towns a. Villages – most people lived in small rural v. b. Cities – few lived in large cities – problem: needed large food supply to support a large
  8. 8. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 1: BeforeCivilization Jericho • Located on West Bank of Jordan River (Israel) • Walled town with mud-brick structures • Dates back to 8000 B.C.E.
  9. 9. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 1: Before Çatal H ϋ y ϋ kCivilization • Located in central Anatolia (Turkey) • Dates to 7000-5000 B.C.E. • Center for trade in obsidian, produced pottery, baskets, woolen cloth, beads, leather, and wood products
  10. 10. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 1: BeforeCivilization What does this mean? • Jericho and Çatal H ϋ y ϋ k tell us that there were the social organizations necessary to support non-food producing specialists such as: – Priests – Craftspeople – Had labor to build defensive walls, megalithic structures, and tombs. • Unknown if labor to build was free or coerced.
  11. 11. Due Friday!• 6 Glasses: Chapter 1• Unit 1: Part 1 Test - ch 1-3• World Map Rivers quiz Due Monday• Reading #1 - Epic of Gilgamesh
  12. 12. Unit 1: FoundationsChapter 1: River Valley Civ.Section II. Mesopotamia
  13. 13. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 2: Mesopotamia II. Mesopotamia A. Agriculture & the Landscape B. Cities, Kings & Trade C. Society D. Gods, Priests & Temples E. Technology & Science
  14. 14. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 2: Mesopotamia A. Agriculture & the Environ. 1. Plain around the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers. 2. Difficult environment for agriculture:  Little rainfall, floods, rivers change course 1. Warm climate & good soil 2. Used cattle-pulled plows and seed planter 3. Built irrigation canals to bring water to fields 4. + food & animals - no resources 5. Early people - Sumerians
  15. 15. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 2: Mesopotamia Do not copy this Crops and Natural Resources • Date Palms • Draft Animals: • Vegetables – Cattle • – Donkeys Reeds – Camels • Fish – Horses • Land for grazing goats and sheep • No significant wood, stone, or metal resources
  16. 16. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 2: Mesopotamia B. City, Kings & Trade1. City-State – urban center w/ ag. territory a. Sometimes traded, sometimes fought over resources2. Temples were more important than Palaces3. Large City-States – Sumer, Babylon, Akkad
  17. 17. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 2: Mesopotamia C. Society1. 3 Social Classes (kings controlled most of the wealth) a. Free Landowning class b. Dependent farmers & artisans c. Slaves – POW, minor part of economy2. Power shift – women men (agriculture)3. Women – no political role - Could: Own property, Control their dowry, Engage in trade1. Rise of urban merchant class greater emphasis on male privilege and decline in women’s status.
  18. 18. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 2: Mesopotamia D. Gods, Priests & Temples1. Each city-state had its own gods2. Gods were humanlike – anthropomorphic3. Priests were highly honored4. Temples were the 1 st monumental buildings5. Ziggaruts were the major part of the temple
  19. 19. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 2: Mesopotamia E. Science1. Technology=specialized knowledge that is used to transform the natural environment2. Forms of technology - Irrigation systems, buildings – Transportation, Bronze metallurgy, Brickmaking – Engineering, pottery & potter’s wheel – Military advances included: • Paid, full-time soldiers, Horses, Horse-drawn chariot, Bow and Arrow, Siege Machinery1. Writing : Cuneiform – Sumerians • Complex, hundreds of symbols, sounds, • Only scribes could read & write
  20. 20. Cuneiform Samples
  21. 21. Unit 1: FoundationsChapter 1: River Valley Civ.Section III. Egypt
  22. 22. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 3: Egypt III. Egypt A. The Land B. Divine Kingship C. Administration & Communication D. People E. Beliefs & Knowledge
  23. 23. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 3: Egypt A. The Land 1. The Nile - thin strip of land along the river is good for ag. 2. 2 Parts - Upper (south) & Lower (north) 3. Floods – regular, left fertile silt, good timing 4. Resources – reeds, animals, fish, birds, stone, clay, copper, turquoise, gold
  24. 24. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 3: Egypt B. Divine Kingship 1. Unification : 3100 BCE – Lower & Upper Nile 2. 3 Periods: Divided into 30 Dynasties a. Old Kingdom – Pyramid Age b. Middle Kingdom – Agricultural Age c. New Kingdom – Empire Age 3. Pharaohs – regarded as gods, death was seen as his journey back to the gods • Funeral/burial rites were very important 1. Pyramids – not all Pharaohs are buried in pyramids! • Early times – flat topped tombs, then stepped
  25. 25. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 3: Egypt C. Administration1. Bureauracy – system of provincial admin. • Tracked: labor, taxes, & people1. Tax Collection: support the govt, temples, buildings2. Writing : Hieroglyphics & Demotic (cursive script) • Wrote on papyrus with reed “pens” (paint brushes) • Were able to decipher with the discovery of the Rosetta Stone in 1799 – 3 languages: Greek, Demotic & Hieroglyphs1. Power struggles with provincial governors • Strong central govt – loyal prov. gov. • Weak central govt – autonomous prov. gov.1. Foriegners – seen as enemies2. Traded with Levant, Nubia & Punt • Exported papyrus, grain, and gold
  26. 26. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 3: Egypt C. Administration Rosetta Stone
  27. 27. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 3: Egypt D. People1. Population: 1 – 5 mil.; some darker, some lighter2. Social Classes a. Kings & high ranking govt. officials b. Lower level govt. officials, & priests c. Peasants (majority)3. The Working Class – Peasants a. Farming villages, paid taxes, source of govt. labor b. Slavery – limited scale, well treated4. Women – more rights than Meso. women a. Subordinate to men b. Right to hold, inherit, and buy property
  28. 28. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 3: Egypt E. Beliefs & Knowledge1. Beliefs based on cyclical view of nature a. Re – Sun god b. Osiris – god of the underworld2. Religion a. Wealth & resources went into monumental buildings b. Regular offerings were made to the gods c. Believed in magic and in an afterlife d. Beliefs led to mummification and burials rituals e. Tombs built outside of city in order to save ag. Land f. Contained: food, pictures, transportation, wealth3. Knowledge
  29. 29. Grab a Senteo & Sign in!Monday• Chapter 1 – Practice Test online• Complete CSG Section 4: Indus R.V.• Objectives/Short Answer QuestionsTuesday Night: Chapter 1 Test
  30. 30. Unit 1: FoundationsChapter 1: River Valley Civ.Section IV. Indus River Valley2600 – 1900B.C.E.http://mstreitwieser.com/civilization/indus.php
  31. 31. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 4: Indus RV IV. Indus River Valley A. Environment B. Culture C. Transformation
  32. 32. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 4:Indus RV A. Environment 1. Present day: Pakistan, India, Bangladesh 2. 2 regular floods a year 3. Carries a lot of silt 4. Irrigation allows 2 crops per year
  33. 33. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 4:Indus RV B. Culture 1. Don’t know much about civilization because scholars have not deciphered their writings 2. Evidence suggests standards in city planning, architecture and even the size of bricks 3. 2 Largest Sites: Mohenjo-Daro & Harappa 4. Both were surrounded by brick walls, had streets laid out in a grid pattern and were supplied with covered drainage systems to carry away waste. 5. Had access to more metals than Egypt or
  34. 34. Harappa
  35. 35. Mohenjo-Daro
  36. 36. Unit 1: Chapter 1: Section 4:Indus RV C. Transformation 1. Declined because of natural disasters and ecological change. 2. These changes included: 1. Drying up of the Hakra River 2. Stalinization 3. Erosion 3. When urban centers collapsed, so did the way of life for the elite, but peasants probably adapted and survived.

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