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When archaeologists found horned bulls' heads mounted on walls, it was a sign that...
people in Catalhoyuk practice farming.
people in Catalhoyuk practice religion.
people in Catalhoyuk practice hunting.
People began to form organized governments...
after they settled and were farming.
soon after they settled and were hunting.
soon after they settled and were thriving.
Archaeologists believed that there was no higher or lower class in the Banpo society because...
most graves had similar "grave goods."
graves had gold and some had silver
clans were buried together
This cultural hearth was known as one of the world's oldest settlements.
Southwest Asia: Catalhoyuk
North Africa: Faiyum
A place where new ideas and technology spread to surrounding areas best describes...
Located in present day Turkey(Southwest Asia)
Farmers of Faiyum benefits from cultural diffusion by
hunting more animals
keeping the ideas to themselves
using their farming practices
Banpo was the closest cultural hearth to North America
Cultural diffusion is...
The spreading of religions only to each area.
cultures that only celebrate their own holidays
cultures spreading and interacting from one area to another.
What was the staple crop of Banpo?
Why did the population increase in Catalhoyuk?
What was another word for family or group?
Matrilineal is when the family traced the father's side instead of the mother's side.
Mesoamericans were able to grind kernels into flour from their main crop.
Faiyum's farming practices came from other cultures from
Oaxaca domesticated rice.
Name two interesting facts from any of the 4 cultural hearths.
People migrated to Faiyum from the Sahara Desert.
Due to warmer, wetter weather, the cultural hearth, Banpo was formed.
Banpo left behind unique