5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Royal Road
- a Road system of Persian Empire which ran from Susa in Persia to Sardis in Anatolia, a distance of 1,677 miles.
- b Southwest Asian people who helped destroy Assyrian Empire.
- c Series of rulers from a single family.
- d Ditches that carried river water to their fields and allowed them to produce a surplus of crops.
- e Thick bed of mud.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Persia's king in 550 B.C.
- Political unit in which a number of people or countries are controlled by a single ruler.
- Babylonian king that created Mesopotamia's 282 laws.
- List of 282 specific laws that was based on "an eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth". First ever set of laws.
- Artisans - skilled workers who make goods by hands.
5 True/False questions
Zagros Mountains → Babylonian king that created Mesopotamia's 282 laws.
Tigris and Euphrates River → Rivers that flow southeastward to Persian Gulf.
Sennacherib → One of the Assyrian kings.
Sumerian Priests → The earliest rulers of the city-states because they could talk to the gods.
Zoroaster → Series of rulers from a single family.