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5 Matching questions

  1. Amorites
  2. Ma'at
  3. Thutmosis I & Thutmosis III
  4. Old Kingdom
  5. Tutankhamen
  1. a Successor of Akhenaten, he undid the religious changes, moved the capital back to Thebes, but the empire was failing.
  2. b A spiritual precept that conveyed the idea of truth and justice, especially right order and harmony.
  3. c Pharaohs of the New Kingdom, they conquered Nubia, Palestine, and Phoenicia.
  4. d Hammurabi was the 6th king of the Amorite dynasty.
  5. e 2186 - 2125 B.C. An age of prosperity and splendor when the largest pyramids were built and Memphis was the capital. The kings were considered divine and distant from the people.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. "New Stone." 10,000 - 4000 B.C. People developed agriculture and raised livestock, stopped being nomadic, started living in permanent larger cities, developed specialized trades, divided labor, and men came to dominate society.
  2. Running through Egypt, the Nile provided transportation, it's annual flooding provided fertile soil and food, and it became the center of Egyptian civilization.
  3. A massive stepped tower on which sat a temple.
  4. The first hominids. They lived in East and South Africa 3-4 million years ago and made the first simple stone tools.
  5. A subset of Homo Sapiens, appeared in 100,000 B.C.. Remains have been found in Europe and the Middle East. Used a variety of stone tools and were the first early humans to bury their dead.

5 True/False questions

  1. Indo EuropeanRunning through Egypt, the Nile provided transportation, it's annual flooding provided fertile soil and food, and it became the center of Egyptian civilization.

          

  2. SargonA Semitic speaking people who invaded Egypt and brought the Middle Kingdom to an end in the 17th century B.C. They introduced Bronze Age technology for new tools and weapons, heavier swords, the compound bow, and the horse-drawn war chariot. Eventually, the Egyptians used the war technology to get rid of the Hyksos.

          

  3. CuneiformCreators of the Mesopotamian civilization. By 3000 B.c. they had established several independent cities in southern Mesopotamia including Eridu, Ur, Uruk, Umma, and Lagash.

          

  4. Megalith"New Stone." 10,000 - 4000 B.C. People developed agriculture and raised livestock, stopped being nomadic, started living in permanent larger cities, developed specialized trades, divided labor, and men came to dominate society.

          

  5. Epic of GilgameshThe most famous piece of Mesopotamian literature. Sumerian in origin but written in Akkadian, it is the story of the Uruk King Gilgamesh and Enkidu, their adventures, and the search for everlasting life.