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Slides to accompany Ch 1 of Patterns of Interaction

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  • Conscious & purposeful activity of the highest order

    Paints from minerals, plants, blood, saliva, water, and animal fat
  • OZTI: 3300 BCE, 57 tattoos
    SCYTHIAN: 500 BCE, right arm
  • 18,000 BCE global temperatures begin to rise

    8,000 BCE cultivation begins
  • Dog: 15000 BCE
    Goat, sheep, pig: 10-8000 BCE
    in the Levant

    What do you notice about the distribution of food domestication?
  • Dog: 15000 BCE
    Goat, sheep, pig: 10-8000 BCE
    in the Levant

    What do you notice about the distribution of food domestication?
  • Dog: 15000 BCE
    Goat, sheep, pig: 10-8000 BCE
    in the Levant

    What do you notice about the distribution of food domestication?
  • Dog: 15000 BCE
    Goat, sheep, pig: 10-8000 BCE
    in the Levant

    What do you notice about the distribution of food domestication?
  • Dog: 15000 BCE
    Goat, sheep, pig: 10-8000 BCE
    in the Levant

    What do you notice about the distribution of food domestication?
  • Dog: 15000 BCE
    Goat, sheep, pig: 10-8000 BCE
    in the Levant

    What do you notice about the distribution of food domestication?
  • Dog: 15000 BCE
    Goat, sheep, pig: 10-8000 BCE
    in the Levant

    What do you notice about the distribution of food domestication?
  • Advantages & disadvantages of domestication?
  • pertussis = whopping cough
  • Turkey
    6000 BCE
    5-6000 people
    1000 buildings - so close, access via roof
  • Irrigation & agriculture
    City, artisan/ craftsmen
    Trade = barter system, and Scribes
    Ziggurat & priests
  • Transcript

    • 1. Peopling of the World Unit 1, Ch 1
    • 2. Chapter overview Humans migrated throughout much of the world and began to develop tools, art, agriculture, and cities.
    • 3. 1. Human Origins in Africa Students should understand that the earliest humans originated in Africa and spread across the globe.
    • 4. Section outcomes 1. Describe key scientific findings about human origins 2. List human achievements during the Stone Age 3. Trace emergence of modern humans 4.State discoveries about modern humans
    • 5. How do scientists investigate the distant past?
    • 6. Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
    • 7. Artifact Culture Technology Paleolithic Age: 2.5 mya to 8000 BCE Neolithic Age: 8000 to 3000 BCE
    • 8. Australopithecines Homo habilus Homo erectus Homo sapiens neanderthalensis Homo sapiens cro-magnon Homo sapiens sapiens
    • 9. HomerSapien
    • 10. 2. Humans Try to Control Nature Students should be able to trace the development of agriculture and evaluate its effects on human societies
    • 11. Section outcomes 1. List technological and artistic achievements of the Paleolithic Age 2. Describe the Neolithic Revolution 3. Explain the growth of villages
    • 12. The Paleolithic 2.5 mya to ~8000 BCE Nomadic, hunter-gatherer lifestyle Simple stone tools Homo sapiens by 200,000 BCE art by 25,000 BCE
    • 13. Tools necessary for migration? Reasons for migration?
    • 14. Paleolithic Art Oldest from 35,000 YA Aesthetic Instructive Sympathetic magic
    • 15. Ozti, the Iceman Scythian chieftain
    • 16. Fujairah petroglyphs United Arab Emirates
    • 17. Chauvet Pont d’Arc
    • 18. Lascaux, France http://flickr.com/photos/cbrocas/ 481503536/
    • 19. Neolithic Revolution
    • 20. Last period of glaciation 110,000 years ago and ended about 9,600 - 9,700 BC
    • 21. Extinct 10,000 ya
    • 22. Domestication
    • 23. 8000 BCE7000 5500 3500 6000BCE 5000 BCE BCE BCE BCE Domestication
    • 24. 8000 BCE7000 5500 3500 6000BCE 5000 BCE BCE BCE BCE Domestication
    • 25. Domesticable animals Flexible diet Reasonably quick growth Ability to breed in captivity Pleasant disposition Unlikely to panic easily Modifiable social hierarchy
    • 26. Animal Human disease measles, Cattle tuberculosis, smallpox Pigs influenza, pertussis Chicken & ducks malaria
    • 27. Catal Hayuk
    • 28. 3. Civilization/ Ur Students should be able to explain how economic and social changes led to the rise of civilizations
    • 29. Section outcomes 1. Explain how villages grew into cities 2. List the characteristics of civilization 3. Describe how the city of Ur exemplifies early civilizations
    • 30. Village to City Economic changes? Social changes?
    • 31. Village to City ere nce ed iff n, t is th at ow Economic changes?ge, W ha illa en av b we et changes? a ci ty? Social and
    • 32. Ur
    • 33. Civilization Advanced cities Specialized workers Complex institutions Record keeping Advanced technology
    • 34. Civilization ❶ Advanced cities ❷ Specialized workers ❸ Complex institutions ❹ Record keeping ❺ Advanced technology
    • 35. Civilization Title Descript ion ❶ Advanced cities Example ❷ Specialized workers Illustrat ion ❸ Complex institutions ❹ Record keeping ❺ Advanced technology