5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Oldowan Tools
- Scribe Groups JEDP
- Mesolithic Era
- Slash and Burn Agriculture
- Paranthropus Boisiei
- a A way of farming that involved burning the unusable parts of plants, resulting in excellent soil for the next harvest, but causing that soil to be unusable for any further planting.
- b Era of hunting and gathering. There was a lot of food most of the time, but it was unstable. An intermediate stage between the Paleolithic and Neolithic.
- c The oldest known tools, made by chipping stones to produce a sharper edge. Made by Homo Habilis.
- d Evolved from Australopithecus. Was an herbivore that ate roots and lived rather well for its time period, however it died out because a climate change occurred, and it was not adaptable enough.
- e The idea that there were 4 groups of scribes that wrote the bible over a long period of time. (list the name of the groups in order)
5 Multiple choice questions
- The idea that a culture was doing well in a certain time period, so they should go back to that time period by trying to recreate it.
- A group of Israelites that made the first monotheistic religion that is the basis of Christianity, Isam, and Hebrew.
- The area within the Fertile Crescent where many cultures formed and conquered. Was very fertile.
- First modern humans. Had stone tools and jewelry. They probably believed in multiple worlds, but had no organized religion. Had cave art. First to believe in Shamanism.
- A battle between Egypt and the Hittites over land, the Hittites ended up acquiring some land but both sides lost a lot of fighters.
5 True/False questions
Matriarchy → When a society favors male power.
Solomon → Phoenicia had many colonies along the Mediterranean that allowed it to prosper.
Geographic Luck → The idea by Jared Diamond that states that a culture's influence\power is determined by their geography.
Pastoralism → A way of life that involved being nomadic, but living off of domesticated animals. The people went where the animals needed to go.
Great Leaps Theory → A theory that humankind evolved and progressed with great leaps. Examples include the finding of fire and tools.