Ap World History Dbq

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c. 8000 B.C.E. was the beginnings of agriculture also known as the Neolithic or Agricultural Revolution. Agricultural Revolution transformed human life across the planet. This event demonstrates KC 1.2: I.A because this led to cultivation of plants and domestication of animals that caused creating abundant amount of food supplies. It illustrates the interaction between human and environment, development of technology, settling patterns, and how natural resources gave some lands advantages over others. Agriculture developed independently at different times in different regions. Historians believe that the Agricultural Revolution might have originated from Middle East (ME), although they are not fully sure.
c.3000 B.C.E. was the beginnings of Bronze Age- early civilizations. Bronze Age starts at different areas in different time periods. It was first found in near Middle East. Historians do not know where or how bronze was first discovered. This event demonstrates KC 1.1: I.B because during this period materials were developed among Europe (E), East Asia (EAa), and Middle East (ME). It illustrates material wealth, creation, expansion and interaction of economic system. …show more content…

was the period marked by the use of Iron. Iron Age follows immediately after the Bronze Age. The use of iron made the military stronger and powerful. Thus, it demonstrates KC 1.3: II.D because they developed weapons and tools that transformed warfare but also changes in agricultural practices, religious beliefs and artistic styles in society. It illustrates development and interaction of cultures, science & technology, writings, and languages that were used in the Iron Age, preceded by the Bronze Age. The Bronze has developed earliest alphabets such as the Cuneiform and the Hieroglyphic script, followed by the Iron Age, the Vedas were written. Iron Age has begun near East, ancient Iran, ancient India, and ancient Greece.

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