AP World History Flashcards(7-12)(Chapter 2)
Significance: There were a number of steles created during the time of Hammurabi, though only one has been found, which have the original engravings of some 280 laws following the code of Hammurabi and demonstrating the first prime examples of writings of a significant length from the Mesopotamian era.
Analysis: The monuments stood for something
Significance: Hands-on learning and time efficiency. Employees tend to practice specific skills in specialized jobs
Analysis: More hard working people and producing faster
Significance: Many of the later developed regions of Mesopotamia soon followed this society, and were some of the first people to recognize significant differences in rank, wealth, and social status, thereby classifying each person into a certain social rank: elite, commoner, dependent, and slave.
Analysis: A thing to show the richest male who was in power
Significance: These were the first categories in a social class ever recognized by humanity before, during the Mesopotamian area, due to an abundance of food and other items, which allowed for an accumulation of wealth.
Analysis: The ranks slaves where given for there work
Significance: Cuneiform is the first recorded written language and was used primarily for trade efforts.
Analysis: Is what each of of the languages branded of from this
Significance: Moses was the first man ever to introduce monotheism, or the belief in one God, especially during a time of strict belief and adherence to polytheism all throughout Mesopotamia.
Analysis: One of the first men to bring in believe of only one god then other religions where thy believe in more then 1