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Change and Continuity Chart 8000 B.C.E. to 1450 C.E. APWH.pdf

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Arizona State University
HST 101
John Smith

94 ❯ STEP 4. Review the Knowledge You Need to Score High KEY IDEA Change/Continuity Chart POLITICAL ECONOMIC SOCIAL CHANGES CONTINUITIES East Asia Dynastic rule Rice, millet Urbanization Technological Chinese Mandate of Bronze crafts Patriarchal advances traditions of heaven Ironworking societies Development Confucianim, Centralized Silk production Oracle bones of philosophy family government Silk Road trade Stratified Dynastic rule Great Wall Paper society Civil service Confucianism exam Daoism Southeast Chinese Root crops Urbanization Adaptations Agriculture Asia influence Fruit Hinduism of Chinese Trade with Buddhism culture South Asia Hinduism and Buddhism Urbanization Oceania Regional Foraging Polytheism Development Foraging kingdoms Animism of kingdoms Tribal organization Central Tribal Nomadism Indo-European Relationships Pastoral Asia governments Trade migrations with settled nomadism Chinese facilitators societies influence Trade Migrations facilitators against Invasion of classical classical empires empires South Community Grains Urbanization Decline of Asia planning Sewer systems Patriarchal Harappan Agriculture Aryan invasions Trade with societies civilization Interest in Mauryan Sumer Vedas Aryan society technological and Gupta Indian Ocean Sanskrit Hinduism advancement dynasties trade Hinduism Buddhism Active trade Varna Caste system Buddhism Dynasties Inoculation Sati Southwest Mesopotamian Grains Urbanization Technological Agriculture Asia city-states Wheel Polytheism advances Irrigation Code of Cuneiform Stratified City-states to Trade Hammurabi Trade with society empires Persian empire Indus Valley Judaism Development Hellenistic and Egypt Zoroastrianism of major empire Camel saddle Christianity religions Unit 1 Summary: Foundations (8000 B.C.E.–600C.E.) ❮ 95 POLITICAL ECONOMIC SOCIAL CHANGES CONTINUITIES North Pharaohs Barley Urbanization Long-distance Regional Africa Kingdoms Trade with Village life trade kingdoms of Kush, Sumer and along the Nile Decline of Axum, Persia Pyramids Egyptian Ethiopia Ironworking Hieroglyphics civilization Salt/palm oil Polytheism Christianity Use of camel Stratified saddle society Trade with Christianity Rome Sub- Regional Root crops Polytheism Indian Ocean Regional Saharan kingdoms Trans-Saharan Animism trade kingdoms Africa trade Sub-Saharan Polytheism Ivory trade/ trade Indian Ocean Western Athenian Greek trade/ Phoenician Fall of Roman Greco-Roman Europe democracy colonization alphabet Empire culture Poleis Silk Roads Olympic games Hellenistic trade Greek drama empire Roman roads Greek Roman empire Decline of philosophy trade and Hellenistic learning thought Pax Romana Latin Roman law Christianity Eastern Byzantine Agriculture Greek learning Urbanization Greco-Roman Europe empire learned from and trade in culture Justinian’s migrants Byzantium attempts to Center of trade recover Roman territory Code of Justinian Village North Some trade Maize Trade Village life America with Nomadism organization Nomadism Mesoamerica Polytheism Polytheism Continued 96 ❯ STEP 4. Review the Knowledge You Need to Score High POLITICAL ECONOMIC SOCIAL
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