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Why did the rulers of the Neo-Assyrian military follow the trade routes in their campaigns?
The caravans were an excellent source of booty.
What made possible the Assyrians' conquest of their empire?
Their military organization and technology
The text of the Hebrew Bible (old Testament) best reflects the view of
the fifth century BCE preiests who controlled the Temple of Jerusalem.
Why do historians know more about Carthage than they know about the Phoenician homeland?
Roman and Greek records tell more about Carthage than other Phoenician city-states.
Which of the following was NOT one of the internal reasons for the fall of the Assyrian Empire?
The failure of the Assyrian economy when the Phoenicians discovered the secret of making glass
which of the following was NOT one of the external reasons for the fall of the Assyrian Empire?
The kingdom of Israel waged a successful campaign against the Assyrians.
Textile production has generally been the preserve of women because
it was possible to care for children and spin or weave at the same time.
How did Egyptian officials respond to Hatsheput's rule?
Some were opposed to the concept of having a woman as a ruler
What was Akhenaten's motivation in modifying the Egyptian religion to emphasize the primacy of aten (the sun)?
he was attempting to reassert the superiority of the pharaoh and to renew belief in his own divinity.
Ramesses II, the greatest monarch of the Ramessides dynasty is an important figure in archaeological records because
he undertook monumental building projects
What was the source of the rivalry between Egypt and the Hittite Kingdom?
Control of the trade routes in Syria-Palestine, the region lying between them
Which of the following did NOT encourage the inhabitants of the Aegean islands to commence seafaring?
Frequent flooding of their farmlands
Cultural uniformity among early Greeks is best explained by
extensive contacts and commerce among the various Greek kingdoms
The plot of the Iliad revolves around
the difficulties Agamemmon has in asserting control over other Greek leaders.
The annihilation of the major trading partners and the disruption of trade routes
helped bring about the end of Mycenaen civilization, thus illustrating the degree to which the major centers of the Late Bronze Age were interdependent.
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