5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Amenhotep III
- a Trying to determine the will of the gods and your own future.
- b Leader of the Akkadians, a semitic people north of Sumeria, who overran the Sumerian city states in 2340 B.C. and established his own empire. Brought prosperity but his successors couldn't keep it going and the Sumerian City states re-established themselves for a final time before being conquered by Hammurabi.
- c "Large stone" like the ones used in Stonehenge, constructed 2100 - 1900 B.C.
- d The Egyptian imperial state reached it's height under III and the achievements were visible in new buildings and temples like Karnak and Luxor and III's 70 foot tall statue.
- e Hammurabi was the 6th king of the Amorite dynasty.
5 Multiple choice questions
- "Old Stone." 2,500,000 - 10,000 B.C. People were hunter-gatherers, nomadic, lived in small groups of 20-30, and made tools, weapons and shelters which became increasingly sophisticated. The cave paintings date from this era.
- 3000 B.C.
- 1550-1070 B.C. Ahmose I defeated the Hyksos and established the New Kingdom as a militaristic, imperialist country.
- First built during the Old Kingdom, the pyramids were tombs for royals and the wealthy. The largest was built in Giza for Khufu around 2600 B.C.
- A spiritual precept that conveyed the idea of truth and justice, especially right order and harmony.
5 True/False questions
Old Kingdom → 1550-1070 B.C. Ahmose I defeated the Hyksos and established the New Kingdom as a militaristic, imperialist country.
Neolithic → "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.
Civilization → Trying to determine the will of the gods and your own future.
Indo European → "Upright human being." Emerged 1.5 million years ago, used more varied tools and was the first hominid to leave Africa and move to Europe and Asia.
Sumerians → Established the Mitanni kingdom in the 16th century B.C. in the mountainous northern border of Mesopotamia.