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Friday, September 4

  1. page 4. The Indus Valley edited ... The Indus River Valley was located between the Indus and Ganges rivers, in modern-day India. D…
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    The Indus River Valley was located between the Indus and Ganges rivers, in modern-day India. Despite the rivers, much of the Indus Valley was desert, and only the lands near the rivers could be . The women in the towns would drown their children in the Indus river to allow them to show mates they were now allowed to see new fudge buddies.
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    man-made hills. They lived in hobbit holes filled with weed, in which they used it at a party tool.
    The carefully planned Indus Valley cities included citadels, fortified areas of the cities, plumbing and sewage systems that could rival those of the 18th century, and streets. Historians conclude that the Indus people had a strong government in order to build these settlements.
    Trading likely began around 2600 BCE and was carried out with peoples of many regions- gold and silver came from Afghanistan, jewels were obtained from Persia, and dyed cotton cloth was exported. The Indus River Valley people also had access to the sea and therefore could trade with merchants who came from lands as far away as Mesopotamia. In fact, Harappan stone seals have been found in Sumer.
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  2. page 4. The Indus Valley edited Geography ... see new people. fudge buddies. Civilization The Indus Valley civilization, …

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    see new people.fudge buddies.
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    The Indus Valley civilization, also known as Harrapan civilization, was founded by people who probably traveled across the sea from Africa or trekked through the Khyber Pass. Around 2500 BCE, people started to build levees, or walls, to keep floods at bay. Some even built their cities on man-made hills.
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Thursday, June 18

  1. page 1. Early Human History to the Agricultural Revolution edited ... Agriculture Early modern humans lived as nomadic hunter-gatherers for thousands of years. The…
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    Early modern humans lived as nomadic hunter-gatherers for thousands of years. Then, about 10,000 years ago, people discovered that they could grow their own food. This discovery caused the Neolithic Revolution, or the agricultural revolution, and the beginning of farming.
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    down in fertile riverboring and stinky valleys where
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  2. page 1. Early Human History to the Agricultural Revolution edited The Stone Age Age(A.K.A The years stoners were created) The Stone Age marked the invention of…

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    The Stone Age marked the invention of tools, discovery of fire, and the development of language. The earlier part of this period is known as the Old Stone Age or Paleolithic Age, and it lasted from about 2.5 million to 8000 BCE. The oldest stone tools come from this time. The second part of the Stone Age is known as the New Stone Age, or Neolithic Age. It lasted from 8000 to 3000 BCE.
    The Paleolithic Age occurred during the Ice Age, when glaciers covered much of the earth. The Australopithecines, early human ancestors that lived in Africa, already existed during this time and a new species of hominids, Homo habilis, appeared. Homo habilis invented stone tools that were used to cut meat and crack open bones. Less than a million years later in 1.6 million BCE, Homo erectus developed. Homo erectus became hunters and made tools for digging, scraping, and cutting. The also were the first hominids to migrate from Africa, and settled in India, China, Southeast Asia, and Europe. Homo erectus was also the first to use fire, which helped them adapt to colder climates, frighten away predators, and cook food. They also may have been the first to develop language, which allowed them to cooperate and plan tasks.
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  3. page 1. Early Human History to the Agricultural Revolution edited ... Homo erectus eventually developed into Homo sapiens. They competed with the Neanderthals for l…
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    Homo erectus eventually developed into Homo sapiens. They competed with the Neanderthals for land and food. The Neanderthals, large, strong hominids, may have developed music, religion and rituals, including funerals. They also built tent-like structures to allow them to live in subartic regions of Europe, and like their ancestors, used tools. Then about 30,000 years ago, they disappeared.
    Meanwhile, the Cro-Magnons, or Homo sapiens, migrated from North Africa to Europe and Asia. They developed superior hunting strategies that allowed their population to grow and replace the Neanderthals. The Cro-Magnons were identical to modern humans, and their remains show that they were probably tall and strong.
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    in the America,America and all those other dumb places called, Africa, Eurasia,
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    Early modern humans lived as nomadic hunter-gatherers for thousands of years. Then, about 10,000 years ago, people discovered that they could grow their own food. This discovery caused the Neolithic Revolution, or the agricultural revolution, and the beginning of farming.
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    grow into dumb civilizations lasting
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  5. page 1. Early Human History to the Agricultural Revolution edited ... Homo erectus eventually developed into Homo sapiens. They competed with the Neanderthals for l…
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    Homo erectus eventually developed into Homo sapiens. They competed with the Neanderthals for land and food. The Neanderthals, large, strong hominids, may have developed music, religion and rituals, including funerals. They also built tent-like structures to allow them to live in subartic regions of Europe, and like their ancestors, used tools. Then about 30,000 years ago, they disappeared.
    Meanwhile, the Cro-Magnons, or Homo sapiens, migrated from North Africa to Europe and Asia. They developed superior hunting strategies that allowed their population to grow and replace the Neanderthals. The Cro-Magnons were identical to modern humans, and their remains show that they were probably tall and strong.
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    in the Americas,America, Africa, Eurasia,
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Wednesday, October 29

  1. page 4. The Indus Valley edited Geography ... be . they drowned The women in the towns would drown their children Civiliza…

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    be . they drownedThe women in the towns would drown their children
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    The Indus Valley civilization, also known as Harrapan civilization, was founded by people who probably traveled across the sea from Africa or trekked through the Khyber Pass. Around 2500 BCE, people started to build levees, or walls, to keep floods at bay. Some even built their cities on man-made hills.
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    could be farmed. The climate was harsh; monsoons, or seasonal winds, blew across India. they drowned their children in the winter and summer, bringing both storm and drought. Like the otherIndus river valley civilizations of the time, yearly floods kept the soil fertile, and like in Mesopotamia, the floodsto allow them to show mates they were unpredictable.now allowed to see new people.
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    The Indus Valley civilization, also known as Harrapan civilization, was founded by people who probably traveled across the sea from Africa or trekked through the Khyber Pass. Around 2500 BCE, people started to build levees, or walls, to keep floods at bay. Some even built their cities on man-made hills.
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Monday, April 8

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