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UCSDMMW 11Edmond ChangFall

[MMW 11] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (44 pages long)

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UCSDMMW 11Edmund ChangFall

MMW 11 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Gradual, Chinese Language, Aryan

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Outline lecture sixteen test for democracy: the persian wars. Key points from last lecture: geographical and social factors shaping a shared hellenisti
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UCSDMMW 11Page DuboisFall

MMW 11- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 32 pages long!)

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Frontal lobe, temporal lobe, parietal lobe, occipital lobe. A bundle of fiber that bridge the two hemispheres together. A surgical procedure to control
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[MMW 11] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 66 pages long Study Guide!

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Mmw 11 reading notes for a history of world societies (2-14) Humans have developed a classification system to help them understand and differentiate th
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UCSDMMW 11ChangFall

MMW 11- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 32 pages long!)

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UCSDMMW 11Matthew HerbstFall

MMW 11- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 23 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
Study guide: creation, time, & the calendar. Mircea eliade: (1907-1986) people tell stories to establish culture. Each time a story is told it is reliv
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UCSDMMW 11Edmond ChangFall

[MMW 11] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (39 pages long!)

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Outline lecture one introduction: the vision behind making of the modern world , questions for you as new erc students a. i) why five quarters of mmw ,
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UCSDMMW 11David JordanFall

[MMW 11] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 54 pages long Study Guide!

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1 Dec 2016
The earliest metal made object is a bead: 9500 bc. 2800 bc: evidence of teqniques for working metals. Iron rarely worked because it required lots of he
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UCSDMMW 11Edmond ChangFall

MMW 11- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 42 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
Cooking food with fire changed the lifestyle of human nutrition. Human knowledge expanded as a result of big game hunting as they learned to strategize
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UCSDMMW 11Page DuboisFall

[MMW 11] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (146 pages long!)

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UCSDMMW 11Matthew HerbstFall

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MMW 11 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Homo Erectus, Acheulean, Homo Heidelbergensis

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Default disposition: every couple of centuries, radical innovation. Recent history: last 2-3 centuries default instinct. Change in human behavior: grad
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MMW 11 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Babylonian Calendar, Abzu, Ethnocentrism

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Narratives about the world and how it came to be, our place, etc. Heavens are always the frame of reference for existential questions. We"ve made our m
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MMW 11 Lecture 4: Nov 8 2017

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Documented the fall of the qin dynasty and the beginning of the han dynasty. Tried to portray the han dynasty as better than the qin. The han dynasty a
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MMW 11 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Mycenaean Greece, Civilization Ii, Social Stratification

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MMW 11 Lecture 7: Israel

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Insignificant in terms of power: not a major power, not much authority in the region. Long legacy due to monotheism: bible important text, especially i
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MMW 11 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Lascaux, Pastoralism, Animal Husbandry

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UCSDMMW 11Page DuboisFall

MMW Textbook Notes (Dubois)

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Harappan society: named after harrappa, one of two chief cities, developed in the indus, two problems we don"t know about harappan, hard to excavate an
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UCSDMMW 11Edmond ChangFall

MMW 11 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Homo Erectus, Prenatal Development, San People

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Critical transitions in early human evolution (pre-history and ancient foundations chang reader) John pfieffer the impact of big game hunting on human
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MMW 11 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Neolithic, Human Taxonomy, Paleolithic

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Critical transitions in early human evolution (a history of world societies-mckay pg 1-14) Chapter 1: the earliest human societies (to 2500 b. c. e) Wh
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Egypt was considered by herodotus as the gift of the nile . Flooded once a year for several months. Brought fertile soil and moisture for farming. Not
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MMW 11 Chapter Notes - Chapter Sourcebook: Sumptuary Law, Traffic Guard, Rieti

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Signs and symbols: signs they occur naturally, symbols they have abstract meanings given to them by different human interpretation -> they stand for so
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MMW 11 Chapter Notes - Chapter Jordan Week 10: Session 28: Gluttony

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Xenophon - known primarily as a general was a student of socrates. Less extensively than plato but still important. Text is a discussion between socrat
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MMW 11 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Lead, Titration, Molar Concentration

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MMW 11 Chapter Notes - Chapter Sourcebook: Socratic Method, Headache

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MMW 11 Chapter LA (25-27), HOWS (42-51): Egypt

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Mmw 11 textbook notes longman anthology (pages 25-27, 41-45), a history of. Earth god geb deciding who rules the earth after osiris drowns. Divides bet
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MMW 11 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Fertile Crescent, Neolithic, Selective Breeding

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