Unit 1 #1 Beginning of the spread of agriculuture. People started farming and keeping animals. It changed the way people lived.
Unit 1 #2 Early civilization and the first city-states begin to develop in Mesopotamia
Cuneiform system of writing developed in 3000 B.C.
Social classes of people began with civilization
Unit 1 #3 First city-states began to develop.
Cuneiform writing developed for record keeping in 3000 B.C.
Unit 1 #4 Called the gift of the Nile because the flooding of the river made the soil good for crops to grow.
Pharoahs were like gods and ruled religion in Egypt. Pyramids were built. People were mummified when they died. Egypt was strong in technology and science.
Unit 1 #5 The first Indian civilization built on the Indus River. Climate of monsoons. The Indus people built modern looking plumbing. Almost every house had a bathroom and toilet ahead of other civilizations.
Unit 1 #6 Hammurabi reigned 1792-1750 B.C. and developed a Code of Laws
Unit 1 #7 Chinese culture had strong belief in family, social classes and religious beliefs. Mandate of Heaven was divine approval believed by the government.
Technology and trade by the Zhou Dynasty
Unit 2 #1 War between the Greeks and the people of Troy that lasted for 10 years.
Unit 2 #2 Stories of legend and myths of twin brothers Romulus and Remus.
Rome began as a Republic.
Became emperor of the Byzantine Empire for 38 years
Unit 2 #3 Between Greece and Persia for almost half a century. Greece won.
Unit 2 #4 Athens had growth in intellectual and artistic learning. Democracy strengthened.
Unit 2 #5 Sparta declared war on Athens was becoming powerful and wealthy. Both sides signed a truce in the end.
Unit 2 #6 Conquered Persia and Egypt
He was the king of Macedonia from 336 B.C. to 323 BCE
Unit 2 #7 Three wars that led to the destruction of Carthage.
Unit 1 #8 Trade routes from China and India to the Mediterranean Sea
Unit 3 #1 Was what remained of the eastern Roman Empire.
Unit 2 #8 Rome was overthrown by Germanic leader, Odoacer. He became the first Barbarian to rule in Rome.
Unit 3 #2 Religious sect believing in the teachings of Buddha.
Has influenced Asian society for over 2,500 years.
Unit 3 #4 Referred to my Muslims as the last prophet sent by God to mankind. The founder of Islam. Born in Mecca
Unit 3 #3 Religion begun by Muhammad. Followers are called Muslims. Holy book is the Qur'an.
Unit 3 #5 Sunni Muslims and Shi'a Muslims split due to a fundamental division in the Muslim community.
Unit 3 #6 The Muslim Empire had expanded 6,000 miles from the Atlantic Ocean to the Indus River, including the Byzantine Empire.
Unit 3 #7 Were active in slave trade in the Middle East and Europe.
Spent time farming.
Unit 3 #8 Trading of gold, ivory and iron between the city-states in Africa