5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a Believing that our way of thinking is the only or best way of thinking about the world.
- b The main Phoenician god that was denounced by Christianity because it was against their beliefs.
- c A group of Israelites that made the first monotheistic religion that is the basis of Christianity, Isam, and Hebrew.
- d A society that formed out of a canaan uprising and believed in the Hebrew religion.
- e The Phoenicians built these out of cedar to enable large amounts of trading over seas.
5 Multiple choice questions
- When a village would dig channels from the river to the planting fields in such a way that when the river flooded each year, the channels filled with water, giving the plants water.
- When cultures adopt or do not adopt new ways of thinking and producing, history is shaped. Ex: new businessman overthrew aristocracy, American Revolution, etc.
- The Assyrian political capital, had many temples and palaces.
- The idea that large movements become unstoppable even if their leaders die. Ex: Civil Rights Movement, Christianity (Jesus), etc.
- Conquered the Assyrians. Second wave of Babyolonian rule. They were led by Nebuchadnezzar II, who diffused culture, causing a golden age.
5 True/False questions
Akkad → After Sumeria, lived on the outskirts, then took over Sumer by force. Adopted Sumerian culture after taking over. Introduced the first empire under Sargon I.
Lebanon → The second king of Israel, David's son. He built 6-chambered gates on many of his cities, he built a temple to YHWH, and he generally lived a good reign.
MonoMyth → A myth that involves a hero and his journey to become a better person, usually teaches a lesson.
Phoenicia → The first civilization in Mesopotamia, introduced city-states. First to use cuneiform, and advanced the general knowledge of mankind.
Nimrud → Written or printed documents.