Flashcards in Early Civilization Quiz Deck (13)
Diamond argues that all great civilizations have _________, __________ and___________.
technology, large populations, and an organized labor force
Around 11,500 years ago, people living in Dhra build homes, granaries and domesticated crops - as they learned to control nature the were becoming ___________.
Despite the advantages that the Fertile Crescent provided, 1,000 years after the emergence of civilization in this area, villages were abandoned because the _______ had been destroyed.
Diamond argues that the real reason some cultures are so far advanced beyond others is the _______ if those cultures, rather than differences in human intelligence.
Diamond argues that technological advances spread much easier from
East to West
Diamond argues that another advantage enjoyed by Europeans was that long-time exposure to domesticated animals helped them develop ________ to many diseases.
Our textbook suggests that the origins of the human race can be traced back to the continent of _________.
Homo Habilis started making simple stone________
Paleolithinc people thought people, plant and animals had spirits, and idea called ________.
Our textbook states that the most importamt change in human history was the Agricultural _________.
Jared Diamond has spent the last thirty years investigating why the world became so _________.
Intentional crop planting developed first in an area called the Fertile _______.