By John P. McKay, Clare Haru Crowston, Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks, Joe Perry
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Life and death they allot but the day of death they do not disclose. were not the same, for Sumerian society made clear distinctions based on gender. Sumerian society — and all Western societies that followed, until very recently — was patriarchal (PAY-tree-AR-kuhl), a system in which most power rests with older adult men. The patriarch of a tribe led the families that made up the tribe, but he cooperated with the heads of other related families. He was supposed to govern wisely and in accordance with custom and family tradition.
E. e. Scribal schools ﬂourish in Sumer families and kin groups. e. Establishment of the Akkadian empire cities, laws that governed human relationships, codes of manners and social conca. e. Indo-Europeans arrive in the Near East duct that regulated how people were to ca. e. Hyksos people settle in the Nile Delta; Hittites behave, and scientiﬁc, philosophical and expand eastward theological beliefs that explained the larger world. e. e. Akhenaten imposes monotheism in Egypt tions. Human societies in which people were nomadic or lived in small villages ca.
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A History of Western Society, Combined Volume Volume 1 by John P. McKay, Clare Haru Crowston, Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks, Joe Perry