5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- 1,000 B.C.Population Spread
- Tel-Dan Stele
- a The set of rules that the Bible says must be followed that are read by the prophet Ezra after the Neo-Babylonian exile. This united the Hebrews and made them follow the Bible more.
- b 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.
- c The first ruler of Israel, he united the 12 warring tribes to form Israel.
- d An Assyrian stele that mentions the House of David, proving its existence.
- e After a survey of pottery over a large area, it was found that there was an unnatural population increase in 1,000 BC that could only be explained by something unnatural (Such as the collapse of Canaan cities.)
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A biblical prophet born in the city of Ur that supposedly was told by god to begin monotheistic religion.
- The change from hunting and gathering to farming. Also made most nomadic tribes settle down (to farm).
- The main Phoenician god that was denounced by Christianity because it was against their beliefs.
- The area on the coast of the Mediterranean and slightly below Mesopotamia that has a range of mountains down its center and forests along the edges of those mountains. It is very fertile, and was controlled by first the Canaans and then the Philistines.
- The Hittite general who led at the Battle of Kadesh. He exiled the Hittite king, causing a civil war that destroyed the Hittites.
5 True/False Questions
Sumeria → When cultures adopt or do not adopt new ways of thinking and producing, history is shaped. Ex: new businessman overthrew aristocracy, American Revolution, etc.
Tel Zait ABCDery → A set of an early form of Hebrew found in Tel Zait that allows for the writing of the bible to occur when it supposedly did.
Australopithecus → The first human ancestor. Was first bipedal animal. Evolved into Paranthropus Boisiei and Homo Habilis
Imagination → Over the years, humans developed a sense of __________ this allowed them to be more creative and helped Homo Sapiens survive Homo Neanderthalensis.
Hebrew → A group of Israelites that made the first monotheistic religion that is the basis of Christianity, Isam, and Hebrew.