5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Absolute Dating
- Astronomy, Wheel, general math and science
- a Theory that states that the events of the past must be explainable by events of today.
- b 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.
- c List some things that Sumer contributed. (That's right, list them. List them all.)
- d A category of dating that provides exact dates.
- e Great men move history forward. Ex. Hitler, George Washington, MLK, etc.
5 Multiple choice questions
- By being a part of a culture, one learns its customs.
- A biblical prophet that supposedly took Canaan over in a military blitzkreig fashion. There is little archaeological evidence to support this however, and it is probable that Canaan was actually overthrown from within.
- Evolved from Homo Heidelbergensis. Lived in the Younger Dryas. Big noses, very tough. Was nomadic, and hunted well. There are some signs indicating that they possibly had imagination\culture.
- 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 challenge of historians; Different ways of looking at and understanding history, affects how information is received, thought about.
5 True/False questions
Geographic Imagination → 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.
Archaeology → Study of people and culture.
Boats → The main Phoenician god that was denounced by Christianity because it was against their beliefs.
Solomon → 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.
City-State → A city that had its own form of government, was later usually under an empire. It was led by a religious leader called a Patesi. Was self-sustaining and had its own land.