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The Archaeology of Early Near Eastern Civilizations

NMC260Y1 Midterm: midterm study sheet 1 Hania (rec)

Lesson 1 Romans got a lot of their stuff from the greeks but the greeks borrowed a lot from the near east.  Archaeology: human activity of their past through the material culture of the past.  The law of sup...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC260Y1
Stephen Batiuk
NMC260Y1 Midterm: images

images 13:25 Asdoda – Aegean figurines Mourning females with hands on lap rulers ...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC260Y1
Stephen Batiuk
NMC260Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lagash, Mastaba, Heracleopolis Magna

Question: 1. What are the five characteristics of a city:  Large and dense population  A high degree of complexity and interdependence  Formal and impersonal organization  ...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC260Y1
Stephen Batiuk
NMC260Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Old Assyrian Empire, First Babylonian Dynasty, Semitic Languages

If we arrange and coalesce the components I noted above we can obtain a more enlightening picture of these Amorite-Canaanite-Phoenician-Aramean-Hebrew people:  They all came from a common Semitic stock.  W...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC260Y1
Stephen Batiuk
NMC260Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Jiroft Culture, Lapis Lazuli, Halil River

Lecture Notes: - Egyptian demand spurs settlement - Wine production - Pottery = Egyptian and Levantine wars - Levant = grapes and olives were first cultivated and were the lead exports - ...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC260Y1
Stephen Batiuk
NMC260Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: First Babylonian Dynasty, Kassite Language, Old Assyrian Empire

EB II-III, IV/MB I of the Levant 19:27 Summary of the EB II-III: Urbanism and rise of the (Canaanite) urban centers that thrived on trade with Egypt ...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC260Y1
Stephen Batiuk
NMC260Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Eating Animals, Sedentary Lifestyle, 1

find more resources at oneclass.com Terms: Absolute dating: object age in years Relative dating: age of object by comparing if its newer or older Cultural dating: using existing information to determine the date of an...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC260Y1
Stephen Batiuk
NMC260Y1 Final: locations and time periods

locations 06:02 Ain Gedi Located at an isolated terrace west side of the dead sea Has a sanctuary best preserv...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC260Y1
Stephen Batiuk
NMC260Y1 Final: Timeline

Timeline: Mesopotamia: 4500: Ubaid people 3500: Sumerians 3000: Sumerians become dominant people in southern Mesopotamia 2500: Ur I Sumerian citystates and conflict Early dynastic period sees spread of Mesopotamia cultur...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC260Y1
Stephen Batiuk
NMC260Y1 Midterm: midterm study sheet 1 Hania (rec)

Lesson 1 Romans got a lot of their stuff from the greeks but the greeks borrowed a lot from the near east. Archaeology: human activity of their past through the material culture of the past. The law of super position**: th...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC260Y1
Stephen Batiuk
NMC260Y1 Quiz: Overview

Overview: Week 7: The Rise of StateOrdered Society in Mesopotamia 1.Urbanism and the Ubaid Period 2.The Uruk Expansion Ubaid people in Mesopotamia: 4500 BC First cities: Innovation vs. diffusion What comprises cities: Soci...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC260Y1
Stephen Batiuk
NMC260Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Tepe Gawra, Ubaid Period, Eridu

Tell Ouelli: (5800 B.C.) the earliest Ubaid Period site Tepe Gawra: Layard Northwestern Iraq (Mesopotamia) 16 levels; 50001500 BC occupation Earliest know temple to be decorated with pilasters Ubaid: (58005000B.C.), the ty...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC260Y1
Stephen Batiuk
NMC260Y1 Midterm: N260 midterm3outline

Levant Mesopotamia SyroAnatolia Egypt Early Bronze Age II III 30002350; rise of Canaanite urban centres First Intermediate period: that thrived on trade with chaos; devastated the people Egypt; and is evident on their writ...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC260Y1
Stephen Batiuk
NMC260Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lagash, Mastaba, Third Dynasty Of Egypt

Question: 1.What are the five characteristics of a city: Large and dense population A high degree of complexity and interdependence Formal and impersonal organization Many nonagriculture activities A diversity of central s...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC260Y1
Stephen Batiuk
NMC260Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Old Assyrian Empire, Semitic Languages

If we arrange and coalesce the components I noted above we can obtain a more enlightening picture of these AmoriteCanaanitePhoenicianArameanHebrew people : They all came from a common Semitic stock. We should keep in mind ...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC260Y1
Stephen Batiuk

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