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  1. The discovery of Otzi and his belongings demonstrates his group’s ability to start to use agriculture and metallurgy to improve their lives.





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QUESTION 2

  1. We will not be using the terms civilization and barbarism very often in class. When we do use the term civilization, we will ususally use it to refer to nomadic/hunter-gatherer societies.





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QUESTION 3

  1. Sedentary Agricultural Civilizations emerged by 1500BCE, and were mostly concentrated around the locations of Spain and France.





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QUESTION 4

  1. In the textbook, Catal Huyuk is an example of populations growing and becoming more densely urbanized as a result of greater agricultural activity.





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QUESTION 5

  1. Knossos was a main center of Minoan Crete, and contained a large palace system.





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QUESTION 6

  1. The Uluburun Shipwreck contained copper, tin, amber, and even ivory. The shipwreck helps historians see how extensive the trading networks of the IBA were.





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QUESTION 7

  1. In the Palace System of the iBA, palace dependents received rations from the royal treasuries, while free villagers had to make their existence in more marginal lands, and could become slaves if they did not pay their taxes.





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QUESTION 8

  1. Because they were traders, the Sea Peoples and the Habiru both helped create the Inter-Regional Bronze Age.





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QUESTION 9

  1. The Phoenicians helped the demise the IBA trading systems through raiding and plunder from Carthage.





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QUESTION 10

  1. Mesopotamian civilizations prior to 1000 BCE wrote literature, including texts like KAR 4 and The Epic of Gilgamesh.





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