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Ancient Civilizations: The Origins of Judaism
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Where did the Hebrews (jews) live in and who did they live with?
Palestine with the Phoenicians Canaan
Connected Asia and Africa; access to Mediterranean Sea and Red Sea
Based in ____ between the _____
Canaan; Jordan River
Where did knowledge of early Hebrew history come from?
Shepard from ___ in _____
Where did Abraham move to from Ur with his family?
Where did Abraham's descendants migrate too?
What did Abraham and his descendants practiced?
Who did they refer to as their god?
How did the Hebrews perceive their God?
- Always with the people
-no physical images made of him
-had power of all peoples
-Sacrifices not important has obeying him
Relationship between God and Hebrews?
what did Yahweh promise them in exchange for obedience?
Why did the Hebrews migrate to Egypt?
to escape drought in Canaan
In Egypt what did the Hebrews become?
Where did Moses lead them out of slavery from Egypt?
What was the event known as?
Holiday described in the Torah?
What did Moses claim to have gotten from Yahweh?
Stone Tablets containing Ten Commandments
basis of jewish laws
How long were the Hebrews in the Sinai Peninsula?
Where did the Hebrews go when Moses died and what did they become?
Back to Canaan and became settled farmers and herders
How many tribes did the Canaan divide into?
12; each tribe lived in different territories and were self governing
What would the Hebrews do in times of crisis?
unify one leader
similar to Hammurabi's code in terms of strict punishment
What did the prophets interpret?
Code for Future Generations and were equal
who threatened the Canaan tribes?
Which tribe was the only one to last?
Saul, David, Solomon
drove the Philistines from central Palestine
reunified what was left of the original tribes and built Jerusalem as a capital
What did Solomon build and why?
temple in Jerusalem to glorify god
Where was the The Ark of the Covenant stored?
in the temple
What did Solomon provoke anger over?
taxes and forced labor
what happened after Solomon's death?
Israel split into two
Israel in the ___
Judah in the ___
Who did the jews pay tribute too?
Who destroyed Judah?
Who was the Babylonian King?
Where were the jewish survivors forced to move too?
Who motivated them to keep their religious beliefs?
Who defeated the Babylonians?
Persians under King Cyrus
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