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  1. Sophocles
  2. Moses
  3. John I
  4. Saul
  5. Alexander
  1. a led the Hebrews out of slavery
    mom hid him in the reeds along the Nile &an egyptian princess found and adopted him
    God commanded him to lead the Jews out of Egypt
    climbed to the top of MOunt Sinai to pray and returned with two stone tablets containing the ten commandments
  2. b Born in Pella, Macedonia
    invaded Persan empire, Darius egypt
    accepted as their liberator from Persian rule
    raided Indus river valley and his men convinced him to turn back
    after his death empire dissolved
    created an empire which marked the beginning of the Hellenistic Age
    Spread Hellenistic Culture
    greatest generals of all of History
    conquers most of known world at time
  3. c english
    good administrator
    made many enemies&most unpopular of al english kings
    lost most on English possessions in France to Phillip
    Excommunicated by Pope Innocent III
    Phillip of France assembled massive army and nobles would support the English Kings-made deal with pope
    forced to sign the Magna Carta in 1215
    died of dysentery
  4. d (496- 406BC)
    born in Colonus Hippinus (new port of Athens)
    great play writes of the golden age
    provided with the best traditional aristocratic education
    wrote more than 100 plays
    wrote seven complete tragedies
    first to add a third actor
  5. e First King, chosen because of his success in driving out the Philistines. Portrayed as a tragic man

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  1. Charles the Great
    Peppin's son
    claim to fame:in constant warfare, great warrior, conquer territory, creates great empire
    rivals Byzantine empire
    revives latin learning
    brings in great scholars
    helps defend pope
    800-crowned empire of the weat
    revives trade
    causes competition with byzantine empire
    -main force that leads to the churches split
    814- dies
  2. established a covent with god
    father of the jews
    Abrahamic religions
  3. An epic
    oldest written story on earth
    12 clay tablets
    written in cuneiform
    adventures of the King of Uruk (2750-2500BC)
    Personality-
    strong, handsome, powerful &abusive of his gifts by raping any women who interested him. 2/3 Gods and 1/3 Human/mortal.
    killed beast in the forbidden forest and the gods killed his best friend
  4. Born in Halicarnassus
    Greek historian from Ionia
    Known for writing The Histories
    -deals w/ growth of persian empire
    - battle of marathon
    -expansion of empire&Ionia revolt
    Known as the father of HIstory
    traveled to many places
  5. (384-323BC)
    lived near Macedon, in north Greece
    350BC went to study at Plato's academy
    left Athens&went to Macedon to be a tutor for Prince Alexander the great
    moved back to Athens after Alexander became king and opened his own school- the Lyceum
    interested in science

5 True/False questions

  1. Henry VIIIDefender of Faith
    Needed to Divorce Catherine of Aragon
    Began the Protestant Church in England
    Had Six Wives
    English King
    embraced Protestantism

          

  2. Pythagoras(570-200BC)
    mathematician and philosopher
    born on the greek island of Samos
    Visited Babylonia, Egypt and other parts of Greece
    Best known for Pythagoras' theorem on right triangles: a^2 + b^2 = c^2

          

  3. Darius IThe Great
    Persian King (550-528 BCE)
    founder of the Achaemenid Empire
    clever ruler&great military leader
    "father of the Iranian nation"
    king of Anšan in 559
    united

          

  4. Henry IIking of England and controlled much of France
    him&his mother were named heir of Henry I
    Married Eleanor and invaded England &wins
    Forced Stephen to name him heir, became king in 1154
    Began Plantagenet Dynasty
    established order, security and peace
    feuded with Thomas a Becket
    power struggle between pope (Thomas) and king
    Killed by wife and sons

          

  5. Gutenberg1456-printed the first complete edition of the bible
    The printing revolution
    by 1500 more than 20 million volumes were copied
    printed books were cheaper and easier to produce
    made the bible readily available to many people and advanced everyones knowledge

          

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