5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Wheat and barley
- City state
- Sargon of Akkad
- Zagros Mountains
- a Babylon's chief god.
- b Two major staple crops of Mesopotamia.
- c North of Mesopotamia whose ice and snow melted and cause the flooding of Tigris and Euphrates Rivers.
- d A city and its surrounding lands functioning as an independant political unit.
- e Defeated city-states of Sumer with his army - created world's first empire.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Built by King Nebuchadnezzar for his wife who was homesick. One of the seven Ancient Wonders of the World.
- Persian prophet and religious who lived around 600 B.C.
- Person forced to leave homeland.
- Region in Mesopotamia; size of Massachusettes that held most of the city-states.
- Political unit in which a number of people or countries are controlled by a single ruler.
5 True/False questions
Polytheism → Belief in many gods.
Mesopotamia → Plain between Tigris and Euphrates.
Specialized workers → The earliest rulers of the city-states because they could talk to the gods.
Persia → Empire that was ruled by diplomacy and tolerance whose capital city was Babylon.
Battering ram → Governor that ruled a province.