In Afro-Eurasia and the Americas, between the years 3500 BCE and 500 CE, first and second-wave civilizations were similar in that a sharp divide between the elite and everyone else persisted, and also no technological or economical breakthroughs occurred. However, they differed in that second-wave civilizations grew to be much larger in population and size than first-wave civilizations
Between the years of 3500 to 500 BCE, first and second-wave civilizations in Afro-Eurasia and the Americas, were similar in that they continued with their uses of hierarchy and the rises and falls of their states and empires. However, a change had occurred that caused them to appear different; second-wave civilizations globalized in a way that they were able to communicate and exchange with several parts of the world, and first-wave civilizations did not have the luxury of being able to interact with other regions.
The human first and second wave civilizations in Afro Eurasia in the years 3500 to 500 B.C.E. were similar in that they both have tried to conquer places and destroy other cultures but where they differ is that second wave civs expanded because they wanted to unify wheras the first wave ones conquered because of a higher need for space.
The first-wave and second-wave civilizations in Afro-Eurasia and the Americas during 3500BCE and 500CE both practiced patriarchy and their economy was still based off of domesticated crops, animals, and secand hand products. However second wave civilizations ruled over larger land areas and first-wave civilizations covered very little land.
In Afro-Eurasia and the Americas between 3500 B.C.E. to 500 CE, first wave and second wave civilizationsor similar in that they both traded between each other and fought against one another. The main difference between the two though are that diseases hit more Jurassic Lee during the second wave civilizations.
During the years 3500 BCE and 500 CE taking place in Afro-Eurasia and the Americas, First-Wave Civilizations differed from Second Wave Civilizations by not being specific in location, whereas the Second-wave Civilizations were in very specified areas of a country. Due to the eight features in a society, the continuity between the two is the fact that they all have at least eight features, all containing the same ideas.
In the years 3500 BCE to 500 CE the first-wave civilizations of Afro-Eurasia and the Americans were different from second-wave civilizations because second-wave civilization had a more "settled down" and permentant way of life. They were similar in which they all were made up of the 8 main features of a civilization.
Throughout Afro-Eurasia from 3500 B.C.E. to 500 C.E., religious development occurred dramatically and differed immensely; but, similar social patterns of patriarchy and class division continued along with the formation of ever larger and sometimes similar empires.
In the regions of Afro-Eurasia and the Americas in the time period of 3500-500 BCE, the first and second-wave civilizations had continuities in that they both had patriarchy in practice, but changed in that the first wave civilizations had lots of new technology and inventions developing, as where there were few technological and economic inventions in second-wave civilizations. Also they both had continuities in warfare and fighting for power.
Throughout the years of 3500 to 500 BCE the first and second wave civilizations in Afro-Eurasia began to grow and take shape, yet between the years there were certain continuities and changes such as the population; as we hit the second civilization an increase of population occurred, being much larger than the first civilizations; however, one did that continued through the fall of first civilizations can be gender roles, that women remain subordinate to the men. But, another thing that changed was improved technology, in China, creating silk-handling machinery, gun powder and more more.
During the years 3500 to 500 BCE throughout Afro-Eurasia, the civilizations population started declining. This led to a lost of societies; however people started to make new inventions in order to help them survive.
Within the area of Afro-Eurasia between the years 3500 and 500 BCE, first wave civilizations were different from second wave civs as they all eventually crumbled; on top of this, they never utilized bodies of water for more efficient trade routes the same way 2nd wave civs. were able to. However, the two were similar in that they both, USUALLY, based their civs heavily around agriculture.
During the years between 3500 BCE and 500 CE in parts of Afro-Eurasia and the Americas, civilizations continued in its globalization and patriarchy. Though there were many continuities, changes also occurred such as in its networks of communication.
During 3500 BCE to 500 CE, throughout Afro-Eurasia and the Americas, First and Second-Wave civilizations were different in that First-Wave civilizations had major technological breakthroughs and Second-Wave civilizations had no technological breakthroughs, and First-Wave civilizations were smaller in size and Second-Wave civilizations were larger in size. However, they were similar in that they both had relatively the same social structures.
during the time between 3500 and 500 B.C.E., the first and second wave civilizations in Afro-Eurasia and America civilizations were similar because of the eight things that make a civilization and how they both transformed and modified their land, but they also differed because the second wave civilization arose with different cultures, governments, religion, etc than from first wave.
In Afro-Eurasia and the Americas between the years of 3500 B.C.E to 500 C.E had many changes in their civilization based on gender roles of men and women. The continuity of the civilizations were agriculture and slaves.
Between 3500 BCE to 500 CE, first and second waves of civilizations continues to spread and populate the Afro-Eurasia and/or Americas regions and also continue to have technological breakthrough for humans to emerge; Although both waves of civilization continue to spread, the second wave of civilizations brought diverse people to a political system whereas the first wave declined in desertification...
First and second wave civilizations between 3500 and 500 BCE had no technological or economical breakthroughs as big as the Agricultural Revolution; but in second wave civilizations populations grew more rapidly than ever before as well as single political systems with a vast of diversity not seen before in first wave civilizations.
Between the years 3500 and 500 BCE, throughout portions of Afro-Eurasia and the Americas, first and second-wave civilizations developed similarly in that the Persians and the Greeks both had expansion by migration; the Spartans developed this by conquering nearby people's, whereas the Athens had waves of migration that expanded Greek culture. However, the Persians had larger domains while the Greeks had smaller city-states.
During the years of 3500 BCE to 500 CE, the first and second-wave civilizations, within Afro-Eurasia and the Americas, both similarly had a sense of warfare, while also having a similar social class structure. Differing between the two civilizations would be the sizing of their populations; the population of the first-wave civilizations were quite low, whereas the population of the second-wave civilizations were quite high when compared to those of the first-wave civilization.
Around 3500 to 500 BCE in Afro-Eurasia and Americas , the second-wave civilization, were simliar to the first-wave civilization because they were both global, and they both had monarchs. They differ because in the second-wave civs population had become very dense.
Between the years 3500 and 500 B.C.E, first-wave civilizations differed from second-wave civilizations in Afro-Eurasia and Americas in ways such as, larger size of states or empires, and a more rapid population growth in the second wave; however both first-wave and second-wave civilizations shared the lack of technological or economic breakthroughs in this time span.
In Afro-Eurasia, from 3500 B.C.E to 500 CE, the first wave empires were smaller than the second wave and many more people were spread out over longer distances. However, from 500 B.C.E. to 500 C. E there were no more changes in technology so there were no major technological advantages.
Amongst the duration of 3500-500 BCE in Afro-Eurasia and the Americas, first and second-wave civilizations continued similarly in that both of their empires had endured the channels of rise, expandability, and collapse regularly, and that monarchs remained rule over a majority of new civilizations. However, they differed in that first-wave civilizations reflected the outlook of slaves at the bottom of social hierarchies whereas second-wave civilizations conveyed the rise of slaves and peasants in rebellion.
Between the years of 3500 BCE to 500 CE in Afro-Eurasia there were a few things that the first and second wave civilizations had in common, one being that both waves of civilizations had societies that had a social hierarchy. However there were many differences between these waves of civilizations, one being that second wave civilizations had a higher level of warfare than that of first wave civilizations; and second wave civilizations also began to globalize and spread out all over the world.
During the first-wave civilization and the second-civilization between the years of 3,500BCE to 500CE at Afro-Eurasia and America the wide spread of major dieses were commo in the second-wave civilization, while the first-wave civilization had little to none major disease. Both first-wave civilization and second wave civilization needed a ruler to keep order but during the second-wave of civilization religions emerged while during the first-wave there were only little acknowledgment of certain belief system.
During the years 3500 B.C.E. to 500 B.E. throughout portions of Afro-Eurasia and the Americas, first-wave civilizations and second-wave civilizations developed similarly in that they both were ruled by empires as well as war and destruction were still popular. However, they differed in that first-wave civilizations did not have complex trade routes or complex trade systems whereas second-wave civilizations did have very complex trade routes and complex trade systems.
Between the years of 3500- 500 B.C.E. first and second wave civilizations in the America's changed in many ways such as, how they started as a hunter gatherer society but then later switched to a more farming based civilization. Also how when they moved into the second wave, the created their own form of written language, and religion, but they were the same in which, they both had the same artistic style.