Ancient Society: Spartan Society to the Battle of Leuktra 371 bcAncient Society: Spartan Society to the Battle of Leuktra 371 bc
The mountains acted as a natural barrier to the valley of Sparta. The Spartans were able to mine iron and lead, grow barley and olives, cultivate orchards and vineyards and graze sheep
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Ancient Society: Spartan Society to the Battle of Leuctra 371 bcAncient Society: Spartan Society to the Battle of Leuctra 371 bc
The mountains acted as a natural barrier to the valley of Sparta. The Spartans were able to mine iron and lead, grow barley and olives, cultivate orchards and vineyards and graze sheep
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Cambodia, 1986 although the land occupied by CambodiaCambodia, 1986 although the land occupied by Cambodia
Chinese chronicles of the early Christian era. In the fewer than 2,000 years of its imperfectly documented existence, the Cambodian state has evolved along the lines of ascension, dominance, and retrogression inherent in all civilizations
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Chapter 2 The Rise of Civilization in the Middle East and Africa chapter summaryChapter 2 The Rise of Civilization in the Middle East and Africa chapter summary
Both civilizations encountered difficulties around 1000 B. C. E. as the rivervalley period ended, but by then they produced offshoots in neighboring regions
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Why was Jewish monotheism a significant development in the religious history of early civilization?Why was Jewish monotheism a significant development in the religious history of early civilization?
What advantages does an agriculturally based society have over a hunter-gatherer based society?
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Chapter overviewChapter overview
It focuses on the domestication of plants and animals in the Old World (particularly in the Middle East) and in the New World
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