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Judah in the north and Israel in the south
the the two kingdoms of Israel after their split in 900 B.C.
Migration of Muhammed and his followers in AD 622, marking the first year on the Muslim calendar
philosopher who drank hemlock to end his life after being convicted of corrupting Athenian youth
Hellenistic scientist; calculated pi, explained how levers worked, invented a water screw, and developed a theory about water displacement
Political system of local government based on the granting of land in return for loyalty, military assistance, and other services
Economic system during the Middle Ages that revolved around sufficient farming estates where lords and peasants shared the land
People who specialize in studying the humanities, which includes grammar, history, poetry, and rhetoric
Roman emperor who blamed Christians for a fire that ravaged Rome; played the fiddle while it burned
people that encouraged rebellion against Rome because they believed outside influences posed a danger to their religion
Practice based on the belief that the government should not restrict or interfere with trade
Exemption of foreigners from the laws of the country in which they live or do business
Governmental principles based on just laws and on a government created by and subject to the will of the people
System of government in which an absolute ruler rules according to the principles of Enlightenment(applying the scientific method)
federal system of government
System in which power is divided between a central government and individual states
No, the Koreans were overtake by the Chinese for much of history
Has Korea always been an independant nation, never ruled by other groups?
Sui and it linked north and south China
During which dynasty was the Grand Canal built and what did it link?
What was the name of France's representative body which was made up of three social classes called?
What English king became an enemy of Thomas Becker over the issue of trying clergy in royal courts?
Agreement that limited imperial power and gave popes tha power to name bishops but emperor could appoint bishops
What was the Concordat of Worms and what did it say?
Hastings in 1066
At what battle and in what year was Harold of Wessex defeated by Duke William of Normandy(William the Conqueror)?
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