5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Julius Caesar
- The Red Sea
- Black Sea
- a This body of water separates the Arabian Peninsula from Africa.
- b Represents dates after the year zero. Stands for Common Era.
- c The Phonecian traders brought the first alphabet from the Middle East to the Greeks because both were seafaring traders in this sea.
- d During a civil war the Roman Senate allowed him to become a dictator but he refused to give it up and the senate eventually killed him. But his name came to mean "emperor".
This body of water is North of present-day Turkey.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- This body of water separates the Arabian peninsula from the more mountainous land of Persia
- The first river valley civilization of India on the Indus River. They mysteriously disappeared.
- Both Greece and Japan owe their advancement to the fact that they ______ ideas from other more sophisticated regions (China in the case of Japan and the Middle East in the case of Europe)
- Known for their culture (such as art, architecture and philosophy). Made up of city-states. Didn't have a large empire or military.
- Chinese belief system from 500s BCE that emphasized family loyalty, respecting elders, education, obedience, and ancestors.
5 True/False Questions
Qin → Chinese dynasty in 200s BCE. Lasted 15 years. Unified Chinese kingdoms, built the Great Wall and its emperor was the legalistic Shi Huangdi.
Mesopotamia → This American civilization is most famous for its many pyramids, and its relative mathematical and scientific accomplishment of the time.
Roman Republic → This city state was ruled by a senate, spoke Latin, and borrowed heavily from Greek culture. They militarily expanded their territory for centuries but the senate eventually was overthrown by an imperial system.
Patriarchal → Before agriculture, men and women are believed to have a greater degree of equality. But after the rise of agriculture, most human societies became ________
Urban Revolution → A turning point in the stone age when humans began farming.