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World History- 1st Semester. From 5,000 B.C. to 1500 A.D and Includes Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, Rome, Mongols, China, Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
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Please answer the following questions:

  1. What were the people like?
  2. What was the main religion? (Polytheistic/Monotheistic/ Name the god or some of the gods)
  3. What were some major ceremonies, feasts or sacred days?
  4. What was the food like?
  5. What did they do for protection?
  6. Who were some main people in the civilization?
  7. What type of government did they have?
  8. List a minimum of 3 conflicts and answer the following:  cause/effect, major people involved, brief summary of event
  9. How does this time period influence us today?

Early Civilization

Starting with the age of man, Early Civilization includes Mesopotamia, Egypt, Assyria, and Persia. 



The Following can be used as sources: 

  1. Egypt : Land of the Pharaohs  by the editors of Time-Life Books.  T 932 EGY
  2. Ancient Egypt general editor, David P. Silverman   932 ANC
  3. The Egyptian Kingdoms by David, A. Rosalie (Ann Rosalie)  T 932 DAV
  4. Egyptian Life by Stead, Miriam  932 STE
  5. The Complete pPyramids by Lehner, Mark.  932 LEH
  6. The Pharaohsby Casson, Lionel  932 CAS
  7. The Pyramids by Weeks, John S.  932 WEE
  8. Ancient Egypt by Hart, George  T 932 HAR
  9. Ancient Egypt : An Illustrated Reference to the Myths, Religions, Pyramids and Temples of the Land of the Pharaohs  by Oakes, Lorna. T 932 ANC
  10. A Dictionary of Ancient Egypt by Bunson, Margaret.  R 932 BUN
  11. Egyptian Life by Guy, John.  932 GUY
  12. Summer and Mellersh, H.E.L. 913.35 MEL
  13. They Wrote on Clays : The Babylonian Tablets Speak Today. by Chiera, Edward. 913.35 CHI
  14. What Life Was Like on the Banks of the Nile : Egypt 3050-30 BC by the editors of Time-Life Books  932 WHA
  15. An Egyptian Pyramid  by  Morley, Jacqueline  T 932 MOR

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