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Chapter 3 Hebrew Kingdoms (No Photos)
Terms in this set (22)
Shepard who became the father of the Hebrew people.
Belief in one God.
Monotheistic religion of the Jews, based on the writings of the Hebrew Bible.
Prophet who lead the Israelites out of Egypt according to Hebrew Bible.
Migration of the Israelites from Egypt lead by Moses.
Basis of the law of the Hebrews, according to the Torah, given by God to Moses.
First 5 books of the Hebrew Bible: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy.
Culture of Europe and North American based on moral and ethical standards from 10 commandments.
King of Israelites who won control of Jerusalem in 1000 BC.
David's son who became king of Israel and built famous Temple in Jerusalem.
50 year period during which the Israelites were exiled from Judah and held in Babylon.
Hebrew word that means "anointed one" charged with task or leadership.
Spiritual leaders who were thought to have a special ability to interpret God's word.
To support or maintain the spirit of.
Forced removal from one's homeland often to lands far away.
Group of Jews who lead a rebellion against Roman authority.
Jewish fortress overlooking Dead Sea.
Movement of Jews to other parts of the world.
Jewish leaders and teachers.
Place for Jewish prayer and worship.
To practice or celebrate in a customary way.