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History Final Packet (#1-50)
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The Paleolithic and Neolithic Ages are both parts of a period known as the
A people's way of life, including customs, family life, and social relationships, is called that people's ____________.
Any object from the past that was made by _________ is called an artifact.
The species that includes modern humans is known as ____________.
All of the following were activities for Paleolithic nomads EXCEPT
protecting flocks and herds.
The hunter-gatherer way of life made it impossible for people to live
in permanent dwellings.
The Neolithic Revolution refers to the time when early humans
"Slash-and-burn farming" refers to
clearing land for farming.
The main result of the domestication of animals was that humans
had a ready supply of meat and animal products.
This region, about the size of Massachusetts, was the site of the first civilization.
This is a belief in many gods
This part of the area between the Persian Gulf and the Mediterranean Sea differs from the surrounding territory in the richness of its land.
This is a series of rulers, all from the same family
This is the process by which the ideas, beliefs, and products of one people are shared with and accepted by another people.
What is Cuneiform?
One of the earliest known forms of writing
The main purpose of the pyramids of Egypt was to function as ____________.
Ancient Egypt was protected by natural barriers formed by ____________.
The process of mummification was connected to the Egyptian belief in
Papyrus was used as a surface for the Egyptian writing system called ____________.
The theocracy of ancient Egypt was a belief in the divinity of ____________.
Hindus believe that ______ is the good and bad deeds that a person engages in over one or more lifetimes.
______ is a collection of religious beliefs that developed slowly, resulting in the worship of thousands of gods.
In Hinduism, the circumstances of one's life are largely reflected by the class, or ______, into which one is born.
The state of release from selfishness and pain that results from following the Eightfold Path is called ______ in the Buddhist faith.
The heightened state of understanding, which is available to anyone who pursues it long enough, is called ______.
Monotheism describes the Hebrews' belief, unusual for the time, that their God was ______.
the one and only God.
According to the Torah, the man who led the Hebrews out of slavery in Egypt and received the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai was ______.
In Judaism, the first covenant between God and the Hebrew people was made with
The man responsible for having a great temple built in Jerusalem, a temple that was destroyed and later rebuilt, was ______.
After leaving Egypt, the Hebrew people were led to Canaan or ______.
This military leader and peacemaker was the last great Egyptian pharaoh.
This pharaoh ruled the New Kingdom and made Egypt a mighty empire. His invasion of Nubia greatly added to the territory and power of the empire.
This city, located south of Egypt near the Red Sea, was the home of kings as well as an important trade and iron manufacturing center. After four centuries of prosperity, it was defeated around A.D. 350 by Aksum.
What is NOT a reason for Egypt's rise in power?
Its subjects rebelled against Egyptian rulers
What is NOT a reason for Egypt's decline in power?
Its rulers were warlike and eager to expand Egypt.
Confucianism stressed a strong belief in this.
This is the group of rulers to which Shi Huangdi belonged.
He burned books and forced peasants to work on the Great Wall of China.
This concept divides the world into two powers that represent the natural rhythms of life.
Yin and Yang
The teachings of this man, China's most influential scholar, are found in the Analects.
The great Greek storyteller Homer is known to the present day for two epics, which are called. . .
The Iliad and the Odyssey
Homer's epic that is centered on the Trojan war was ______.
The type of government that existed in Sparta could be described as ______.
This Greek City-State was known for having one of the earliest forms for democracy.
The Persian army that invaded Greece in 480 B.C. and was defeated at sea near Salamis was led by _____.
Which philosopher was condemned to death for "corrupting the youth of Athens" and "neglecting the city's gods"?
Who wrote The Republic, a book that set forth his vision of a perfectly governed society?
This king twice fled the battlefield to escape from Macedonian forces.
He defeated a powerful Indian army at the Hydaspes River in 326 B.C.
Alexander the Great
The spread of Greek Culture, or Civilization, is known as ______.
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