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  2. Socrates
  3. Pharaoh
  4. Umma
  5. Tribute system
  1. a A king of ancient Egypt, considered a god, as well as a political and military leader
  2. b People who have been living in southern africa for the longest amount of time who were forced into the Kalahari Dessert
  3. c A system in which defeated peoples were forced to pay a tax in the form of goods and labor. This forced transfer of food, cloth, and other goods subsidized the development of large cities. An important component of the Aztec and Inca economies.
  4. d Philosopher who believed in an absolute right or wrong; asked students pointed questions to make them use their reason, which later became known as the Socratic method
  5. e The community of all Muslims. A major innovation against the background of seventh-century Arabia, where traditionally kinship rather than faith had determined membership in a community.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Did you hear about the Sunni Muslim? He had the Shiite blown out of him.
  2. Process by which ancient people of Mesoamerica learned to breed plants and animals
  3. A group of writings sacred in Hinduism concerning the relations of humans, God, and the universe.
  4. the Arab prophet who founded Islam (570-632); Also, a famous American Boxer.
  5. Images that point to a deeper meaning than the literal meaning of the words, language that helps us broaden our relationship

5 True/False questions

  1. Functions of casteByzantine emperor in the 6th century A.D. who reconquered much of the territory previously ruler by Rome, initiated an ambitious building program , including Hagia Sofia, as well as a new legal code


  2. Song Dynasty(960 - 1279 AD); this dynasty was started by Tai Zu; by 1000, a million people were living there; started feet binding; had a magnetic compass; had a navy; traded with india and persia (brought pepper and cotton); first to have paper money, explosive gun powder; and landscape black and white paintings


  3. Fertile CrescentWhere the Tigris and Euphrates rivers meet in Mesopotamia


  4. Trans-Saharan slave tradeIn the Greek and Roman world, slaves were captives from war and piracy (and their descendants), abandoned children, and the victims of long-distance trade; manumission was common. Among the Greeks, household service was the most common form of slavery, but in parts of the Roman state, thousands of slaves were employed under brutal conditions in the mines and on great plantations.


  5. Silk RoadsA group of writings sacred in Hinduism concerning the relations of humans, God, and the universe.


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