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- Toward Civilization Patten Chapter #1 Global History & Geography
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- Vocabulary Geography Latitude Longitude Anthropology Culture Archaeology Historians Nomads Animism Domesticate Civilization Polytheistic Artisans Empires Cultural Diffusion
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- Geography Geography is the study of people, their environment, and the resources available to them.
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- Latitude Latitude measures distance north or south of the Equator.
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- Longitude Longitude measures distance east or west of the Prime Meridian, an imaginary line that runs north to south through Greenwich, England.
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- Anthropology Anthropology is the study of the origins and development of people and their societies.
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- Culture Culture refers to the way of life of a society that is handed down from one generation to the next by learning and experience.
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- Archaeology Archaeology is a branch of anthropology that studies past people and cultures.
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- Historians Historians study how people lived in the past.
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- Nomads Nomads are people moving place to place as they followed game animals and ripening fruit.
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- Animism Animism is the belief in a spiritual world were the world was full of spirits and forces that might reside in animals, objects, or dreams.
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- Domesticate Domesticate, or tame, animals that were once hunted. Now hunters rounded them up into enclosures and provided people with a source of protein
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- Civilization Civilization is a complex, highly organized social order.
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- Polytheistic Polytheistic is the belief in many gods
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- Artisans Artisans are skilled craft workers, who made pottery or finely carved or woven goods
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- Empires Empires are a group of stats of territories controlled by one ruler
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- Cultural Diffusion Cultural Diffusion is the spread of ideas, customs, and technologies from one people to another. It can occurred through migration, trade and warfare.
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