5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Amenhotep IV
- a Successor of Akhenaten, he undid the religious changes, moved the capital back to Thebes, but the empire was failing.
- b "Large stone" like the ones used in Stonehenge, constructed 2100 - 1900 B.C.
- c "New Stone." 10,000 - 4000 B.C. People developed agriculture and raised livestock, stopped being nomadic, started living in permanent larger cities, developed specialized trades, divided labor, and men came to dominate society.
- d The first hominids. They lived in East and South Africa 3-4 million years ago and made the first simple stone tools.
- e Changed his name to Akhenaten and prohibited any worship except to the got Aten, causing religious strife. He changed the capital, ignored foreign affairs and lost Syria and Palestine.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Pharaohs of the New Kingdom, they conquered Nubia, Palestine, and Phoenicia.
- First built during the Old Kingdom, the pyramids were tombs for royals and the wealthy. The largest was built in Giza for Khufu around 2600 B.C.
- Running through Egypt, the Nile provided transportation, it's annual flooding provided fertile soil and food, and it became the center of Egyptian civilization.
- 3000 B.C.
- Worshipping more than one god.
5 True/False questions
Mesopotamia → The area between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers where early cities flourished.
Homo Erectus → "Upright human being." Emerged 1.5 million years ago, used more varied tools and was the first hominid to leave Africa and move to Europe and Asia.
Homo Sapiens → Third stage of human development, appeared 250,000 years ago.
Hammurabi → 1792 - 1750 B.C. Created a strict code of 282 laws governing crime, commerce, land, marriage based on "an eye for an eye" and financial restitution.
Bronze Age → 3000 - 1200 B.C. About 4000 B.C. craftspeople discovered that if you combined copper and tin you made bronze, which was more durable than previous copper tools, leading to the bronze age.