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5 Matching questions

  1. Perspective/bias
  2. Code of Hammurabi
  3. Judaism
  4. Heiroglyphics
  5. Theocracy
  1. a A monotheistic religion that had a prophet, named Moses, who led Jews to the "promise land".
  2. b An ancient Egyptian writing system in which pictures were used to represent ideas and sounds.
  3. c An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth. This reinforced the principle that government had responsibility for what occured in society.
  4. d A government in which the ruler is viewed as a divine figure; A government controlled by religious figures.
  5. e The way people view things, and a predisposed opinion for or against something or someone.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The spread of ideas, customs, and technology from one people to another. Occured through migration, trade, and warfare.
  2. Information about earlier times, either written down, or passed from generation to generation orally.
  3. The fact that everything that happens will have some kind of event in response.
  4. A direct quote from a person who was there vs. a retelling of the events by someone who heard the story.
  5. Two rivers flow from the mountains of Turkey, down to Syria and Iraq, and then to the Persian Gulf. These rivers provided the lifeblood that allowed the formation of farming settlements. This pattern would also occur along other rivers in Africa, India, and China.

5 True/False questions

  1. IslamA monotheistic religion that started with the prophet Muhammed, and spread all over the Middle East. God is known as Allah.

          

  2. MonotheismA belief in a single god.

          

  3. MonarchyA collection of religious beliefs that developed slowly over a long period of time. polytheistic religion

          

  4. BuddhismA monotheistic religion that had a prophet, named Moses, who led Jews to the "promise land".

          

  5. Dynastic CycleThe historical pattern of the rise, decline, and replacement of dynasties.