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History - Chapter 3

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Bedouins
nomadic Arabs of the Arabian Peninsula
Lydia
made the first coins
Australia
country that does not meet at the Middle East
Cyrus
king who allowed the Jews to return to Jerusalem and rebuild the temple
Nebuchadnezzar
Babylonian king who took Daniel captive and brought him to Babylon
Ten Commandments
God's basic rules for right and wrong
Greeks
Persians were eventually conquered by ...
Dead Sea
lowest place on the earth's land surface
Babylonians
people conquered the Southern Kingdom of Judah and took them captive
minting
process of making coins
caravan
group of people traveling together with pack animals
emperor
powerful ruler who controls an empire
Hittites
early empire builders
millstones
used for grinding grain
Carthage
important Phoenician trading post in northern Africa
Babylon
city famous for the Hanging Gardens
barter
trade conducted by giving goods for other desired goods
papyrus
plant used for making a paper-like material
Jericho
city the Israelites captured using only shouts and trumpet blasts
Assyrians
people that conquered the Northern Kingdom of Israel and took them captive
Croesus
last king of Lydia, famous for his great wealth
Solomon
king of Israel that built the great Temple at Jerusalem
Hammurabi
gathered and wrote down the laws of the Babylonians
Cyrus
not one of the first three kings of Israel
Jordan
most important river in Israel
Jonah
prophet sent by God to warn Nineveh
Canaanites
were so involved in wickedness and left no great contribution to the world
Baal
chief god of the Canaanites
rested
what most people in the Middle East did after they ate at noon
alphabet
Phoenicians most valuable contribution
murex
used by Phoenicians to make purple dye