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A History Of Western Society--Chapter 1--Ancient Civilizations

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Lecture 1: Ancient Civilizations I. What is ?Civilization?? A. Civilization Capable of sustaining a substantial number of specialists to cope with the economic, social, political, and social needs of a populous society. Characteristics: a. Some Characteristics: b. Writing system record keeping Monumental architecture Art representative of people and their lives B. Overall? People live in cities or regions often organized as states or city-states Developed a writing system Specialized labor/arts and crafts Advances in science and technology Complex economic, government, social, and cultural systems. II. So how do we determine what a ?Western? civilization is? Or, why are we talking about the Ancient Near East? A. It all begins with the Greeks?
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