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Chapter 9: Islamic Civilization
Muhammad
Mecca and Medina
Arabian Peninsula
Monotheism
The Prophet of Islam
Two early Muslim cities on the Arabian Peninsula.
The location of Mecca and Medina
What trait does Islam share with Judaism and Christianity?
Muhammad
The Prophet of Islam
Mecca and Medina
Two early Muslim cities on the Arabian Peninsula.
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Chapter 9- Roman Civilization
vault
satire
ode
anatomy
curved ceiling
writings that poke fun at human weaknesses
poems that express strong emotion about life
the study of body structure
vault
curved ceiling
satire
writings that poke fun at human weaknesses
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Chapter 9 Muslim Civilization
Bedouins
Muhammad
Hegira
Islam
Nomadic Arab people
The Arab prophet who founded Islam
Muhammad's journey from Mecca to Medina
Faith that means "achieving peace through submission to God"
Bedouins
Nomadic Arab people
Muhammad
The Arab prophet who founded Islam
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Chapter 9 Muslim Civilization
1. Whirling Dervishes
Rubaiyat
Sunnis
caliph
Sufis who use music and dancing in their rituals
A collection of poems in which the poet celebrates simple ple…
Reluctantly accepted the Umayyad caliph
Successor
1. Whirling Dervishes
Sufis who use music and dancing in their rituals
Rubaiyat
A collection of poems in which the poet celebrates simple ple…
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Chapter 9 - Muslim Civilizations
Bedouins
Muhammad
Hegira
Islam
small groups of nomadic people in Arabia
(c. 570-632) Prophet of Islam whom Muslims recognize as Allah…
Muhammad's journey from Mecca to Medina
A monotheistic religion whose prophet is Muhammad and whose h…
Bedouins
small groups of nomadic people in Arabia
Muhammad
(c. 570-632) Prophet of Islam whom Muslims recognize as Allah…
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Journey Across Time Chapter 9 Roman Civilization
Byzantine Empire
Colosseum
Constantine
Christianity
made up of Greeks, Egyptians, Syrians, Arabs, Jews, Slavs, an…
arena that could hold 60,000 people
Emperor who moved the capital from Rome to Constantinople
began in the Roman Empire
Byzantine Empire
made up of Greeks, Egyptians, Syrians, Arabs, Jews, Slavs, an…
Colosseum
arena that could hold 60,000 people
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chapter 9 Roman civilization
vault
satire
ode
anatomy
curved structure of stone or concrete forming ceiling or roof.
A literary work that criticizes human misconduct and ridicule…
poem that expresses strong emotions about life
the study of bodeyy structure
vault
curved structure of stone or concrete forming ceiling or roof.
satire
A literary work that criticizes human misconduct and ridicule…
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Chapter 9 Roman Civilization
vault
Virgil
Horace
satire
curved ceiling used to build domes in buildings
Roman writer who who created the poem, the Aeneid
Roman poet who wrote satires and odes
writing that poked fun at human weaknesses
vault
curved ceiling used to build domes in buildings
Virgil
Roman writer who who created the poem, the Aeneid
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Chapter 9 Roman Civilization
vault
satire
ode
anatomy
a curved ceiling built with rows of arches
a work of literature that pokes fun at human weaknesses
a poem that expresses strong emotions about life
the study of the human body
vault
a curved ceiling built with rows of arches
satire
a work of literature that pokes fun at human weaknesses
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Chapter 9: Roman Civilization
plague
advantages of Constantinople's geography
Roman statues
satire
a disease that spreads quickly and kills many people
Offered safe harbor for ships and boats; located at an ideal…
made to look realistic
works of writing that poke fun at human weaknesses
plague
a disease that spreads quickly and kills many people
advantages of Constantinople's geography
Offered safe harbor for ships and boats; located at an ideal…
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Chapter 9: Roman Civilization
Latin
Byzantine Empire
Colosseum
mosaics
became the basis of many modern European languages
included Greeks, Egyptians, Syrians, Arabs, Jews, Slavs and o…
arena that could hold 60,000 people
pictures made from small pieces of colored glass or stone
Latin
became the basis of many modern European languages
Byzantine Empire
included Greeks, Egyptians, Syrians, Arabs, Jews, Slavs and o…
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Chapter 9 - Roman Civilization
Vault
Satire
Ode
Anatomy
Curved structure of stone or concrete forming a ceiling or roof
Work that pokes fun at human weakness
Poem that expresses strong emotions about life
The study of body structure
Vault
Curved structure of stone or concrete forming a ceiling or roof
Satire
Work that pokes fun at human weakness
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Journey Across Time Chapter 9 Roman Civilization
Byzantine Empire
Colosseum
Constantine
Christianity
made up of Greeks, Egyptians, Syrians, Arabs, Jews, Slavs, an…
arena that could hold over 50,000 people
Emperor who moved the capital from Rome to Constantinople
began in the Roman Empire
Byzantine Empire
made up of Greeks, Egyptians, Syrians, Arabs, Jews, Slavs, an…
Colosseum
arena that could hold over 50,000 people
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Chapter 9 - Roman Civilization Terms
Vault
satires
odes
anatomy
curved ceiling
Poked fun at human weaknesses
poems that express strong emotions about life
the study of body structure
Vault
curved ceiling
satires
Poked fun at human weaknesses
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World History- Chapter 9, Muslim Civilization
bedouins
Muhammad
hegira
Islam
nomadic Arab peoples who lived in bands in the Arabian Penins…
founder of Islam
Muhammad's journey from Mecca to Medina
religion founded by Muhammad; literally "to surrender"
bedouins
nomadic Arab peoples who lived in bands in the Arabian Penins…
Muhammad
founder of Islam
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Chapter 9 Roman Civilization
Constantine
Colosseum
Justinian
Christianity
moved the capital from Rome to Constantinople
arena that could hold 60,000 people
a strong emperor in the Byzantine Empire
began in the Roman Empire
Constantine
moved the capital from Rome to Constantinople
Colosseum
arena that could hold 60,000 people
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Chapter 9 American Civilization
James Madison's change in attitude
Problems with state chartered banks
B.U.S.
BUS and federal government
Acted like a nationalist with John C Calhoun, in favor of eco…
They had different money with different values, so hard to bu…
The second bank of the united states, it supported national c…
Bank had to handle all federal money without charge, had to a…
James Madison's change in attitude
Acted like a nationalist with John C Calhoun, in favor of eco…
Problems with state chartered banks
They had different money with different values, so hard to bu…
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Chapter 9: Muslim Civilization Vocab
Bedouins
Muhammad
Islam
Qur'an
small, nomadic groups of people in Arabia
prophet of Islam that Muslims see as Allah's messenger to all…
monotheistic religion which features the prophet Muhammad alo…
the sacred text or holy book of Islam
Bedouins
small, nomadic groups of people in Arabia
Muhammad
prophet of Islam that Muslims see as Allah's messenger to all…
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Chapter 9 Roman Civilization
vault
Virgil
Horace
satires
curved ceiling
wrote the Aeneid about a Trojan prince
wrote satires and odes
writings that poked fun at human weakness
vault
curved ceiling
Virgil
wrote the Aeneid about a Trojan prince
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Chapter 9: Roman Civilization
Constantine
Colosseum
Justinian
Christianity
Roman Emperor who moved the capital from Rome to Constantinop…
arena that could hold 60,000 people
a strong emperor of the Byzantine Empire, known for his law c…
religion that is considered part of Rome's legacy
Constantine
Roman Emperor who moved the capital from Rome to Constantinop…
Colosseum
arena that could hold 60,000 people
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Chapter 9: Roman Civilization
Constantine
Colosseum
Justinian
Christianity
moved the capital from Rome to Constantinople
arena that could hold 60,000 people
a strong emperor of the Byzantine Empire, known for his law c…
religion that is considered part of Rome's legacy
Constantine
moved the capital from Rome to Constantinople
Colosseum
arena that could hold 60,000 people
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Chapter 9: Roman Civilization
plague
Advantages of Constantinople's Geography
Roman Statues
Ode
a disease that spreads quickly and kills many people
Offered safe harbor for ships and boats; located at an ideal…
Made to look realistic
Poem that expresses strong emotion
plague
a disease that spreads quickly and kills many people
Advantages of Constantinople's Geography
Offered safe harbor for ships and boats; located at an ideal…
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Chapter 9 Vocabulary - The Civil War
greenback
conscription
habeas corpus
Robert E. Lee
a piece of U.S. paper money first issued by the North during…
mandatory military service
a legal order for an inquiry to determine whether a person ha…
American soldier best known for commanding the Confederate Ar…
greenback
a piece of U.S. paper money first issued by the North during…
conscription
mandatory military service
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Streams of Civilization - Chapter 9
During the _______ Ages, the art and l…
Byzantine Bible pictures and statues
a Latin symbol that spelled "Jesus Chr…
false teachings
Dark
icons
labarum
heresy
During the _______ Ages, the art and l…
Dark
Byzantine Bible pictures and statues
icons
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Chapter 9 Ancient Greek Civilization
Battle of Marathon
Battle of Salamis
Delian League
Peloponnesian League
Greek victor over the Persian army that ended the first Persi…
Greek victory over the Persian navy during the Persian navy d…
Military alliance led by Athens.
Military alliance led by Sparta.
Battle of Marathon
Greek victor over the Persian army that ended the first Persi…
Battle of Salamis
Greek victory over the Persian navy during the Persian navy d…
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Chapter 9 Early Indian Civilization
Copan
civilization
Tikal
pyramids
ancient Mayan city, located in the present-day country of Hon…
culture that has developed systems of government, religion, a…
ancient Mayan city, located in the present-day country of Gua…
is a building with a square base and four triangular sides
Copan
ancient Mayan city, located in the present-day country of Hon…
civilization
culture that has developed systems of government, religion, a…
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Western Civilization Chapter 9
1. The- family ruled in Damascus in 75…
2.- was the most successful ruling fam…
3. -added most of northwestern Gaul to…
In 732 Charles Martel defeated the Spa…
Abbasid
Carolingians
Charles Martel
Muslim Islamic
1. The- family ruled in Damascus in 75…
Abbasid
2.- was the most successful ruling fam…
Carolingians
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Chapter 9 Indus River Civilization
subcontinent
river system
monsoon
granary
A large landmass that juts out from a continent
main river and all of the other rivers and streams
in winter winds blow from land to sea, in summer the wet wind…
farmers stored surplus in grain in a building
subcontinent
A large landmass that juts out from a continent
river system
main river and all of the other rivers and streams
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Western civilization chapter 9
Iron plow
Three-field system
Mills
Sacraments
Carruca, very heavy, strong enough to turn over the dense cla…
Estates divided into 3 parts. One field was planted in the fa…
Located along streams and powered by the rushing water, were…
Rites considered imperative for a Christian's salvation. Bapt…
Iron plow
Carruca, very heavy, strong enough to turn over the dense cla…
Three-field system
Estates divided into 3 parts. One field was planted in the fa…
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Chapter 9 Roman Civilization
This began in the Roman Empire, but or…
This became the basis of many modern E…
This included Greeks, Egyptians, Syria…
This arena could hold 60,000 people in…
Christianity
Latin
Byzantine Empire
Colosseum
This began in the Roman Empire, but or…
Christianity
This became the basis of many modern E…
Latin
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Streams of Civilization Volume 2, Chapter 9
republic
constitutional monarchy
Edmund Burke
kaiser
A form of government in which the people select representativ…
Russia assumed this form of government after the unrest follo…
(1729-1797) Member of British Parliament and author of Reflec…
In the new Germany, government ministers were responsible to…
republic
A form of government in which the people select representativ…
constitutional monarchy
Russia assumed this form of government after the unrest follo…
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Western Civilization Chapter 9: Definitions
bourgeoisie
commune
guild
scholasticism
inhabitants (merchants and artisans) of boroughs and burghs (…
in medieval Europe, an association of townspeople bound toget…
an association of people with common interests and concerns,…
the philosophical and theological system of the medieval scho…
bourgeoisie
inhabitants (merchants and artisans) of boroughs and burghs (…
commune
in medieval Europe, an association of townspeople bound toget…
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WORLD HISTORY- ISLAM AND MUSLIM CIVILIZATIONS-CHAPTER 9
BOYCOTT
MONOTHEIST
CARAVAN
CALIPH
Refuse to buy, because you are protesting something
People who believe in one god.
Large groups of people that traveled together
Deputies, early leaders of Islam,also called the Rashidun.
BOYCOTT
Refuse to buy, because you are protesting something
MONOTHEIST
People who believe in one god.
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Western Civilization: Chapter 9
Standard of living
Beethoven
Marconi
Stock
A measure of the quality and availability of necessities and…
Romantic composer who took a full advantage in the broad rang…
Invented the radio
Shares of ownership in a corporation
Standard of living
A measure of the quality and availability of necessities and…
Beethoven
Romantic composer who took a full advantage in the broad rang…
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Chapter 9 Western Civilization
1066
1095
1215
1271
The Battle of Hastings,William from Normandy took control of…
The Crusades began when the pope incited bishops and nobles t…
Rebellious nobles forced King John to sign the Magna Carta
Marco Polo traveled from Italy to China with his merchant fat…
1066
The Battle of Hastings,William from Normandy took control of…
1095
The Crusades began when the pope incited bishops and nobles t…
World History- Chapter 9, Muslim Civilization
bedouins
Muhammad
hegira
Islam
nomadic Arab peoples who lived in bands in the Arabian Penins…
founder of Islam
Muhammad's journey from Mecca to Medina
religion founded by Muhammad; literally "to surrender"
bedouins
nomadic Arab peoples who lived in bands in the Arabian Penins…
Muhammad
founder of Islam
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History of Civilization Chapter 9
Synagogues
Gentiles
Proselytes
Messiah
A local place where Jews gathered to worship
Non-Jews
Converts
The "Anointed One" of God
Synagogues
A local place where Jews gathered to worship
Gentiles
Non-Jews
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Chapter 9 Ancient Greek Civilization
Battle of Marathon
Battle of Salamis
Delian League
Peloponnesian League
An unexpected Greek victory during that need the First Persia…
A Greek victory over the Persian navy during the Second Persi…
A military alliance led by Athens.
A military alliance led by Sparta.
Battle of Marathon
An unexpected Greek victory during that need the First Persia…
Battle of Salamis
A Greek victory over the Persian navy during the Second Persi…
26 terms
World History- Chapter 9, Muslim Civilization
bedouins
Muhammad
hegira
Islam
nomadic Arab peoples who lived in bands in the Arabian Penins…
founder of Islam
Muhammad's journey from Mecca to Medina
religion founded by Muhammad; literally "to surrender"
bedouins
nomadic Arab peoples who lived in bands in the Arabian Penins…
Muhammad
founder of Islam
26 terms
World History- Chapter 9, Muslim Civilization
bedouins
Muhammad
hegira
Islam
nomadic Arab peoples who lived in bands in the Arabian Penins…
founder of Islam
Muhammad's journey from Mecca to Medina
religion founded by Muhammad; literally "to surrender"
bedouins
nomadic Arab peoples who lived in bands in the Arabian Penins…
Muhammad
founder of Islam
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Western Civilization Chapter 9
Aethelbert
Alfred
Beowolf
Boniface
King of Kent, a region in the southeastern Britain bordering…
King of Wessex in southwestern and south-central England
Epic poem written between 700 and 1000 in Angelo-Saxon
Missionary appointed by Pope Gregory II to oversee to convers…
Aethelbert
King of Kent, a region in the southeastern Britain bordering…
Alfred
King of Wessex in southwestern and south-central England
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Chapter 9 Roman Civilization
Forum
Regent
mosaic
gladiator
open space for a marketplace in the middle of Rome
a person who stands in for a young or sick ruler
picture made from many bits of colored glass, tile, or stone
a person who fought animals and other people as public entert…
Forum
open space for a marketplace in the middle of Rome
Regent
a person who stands in for a young or sick ruler
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Chapter 9 Roman Civilization
Christianity
Latin
Byzantine Empire
Colosseum
This began in the Roman Empire
This became the basis of many modern European languages
This included Greeks, Egyptians, Syrians, Arabs, Jews, Slavs…
This arena could hold 60,000 people
Christianity
This began in the Roman Empire
Latin
This became the basis of many modern European languages
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[Chapter 9] Muslim Civilization
bedouins
Muhammad
hegira
Islam
small groups of nomadic people in Arabia.
Prophet of Islam whom Muslims recognize as Allah's messenger…
Muhammad's journey from Mecca to Medina.
a monotheistic religion whose prophet is Muhammad and whose h…
bedouins
small groups of nomadic people in Arabia.
Muhammad
Prophet of Islam whom Muslims recognize as Allah's messenger…
17 terms
Ancient Civilization Chapter 9
Cyrus the Great
the Immortals
cavalry
Darius I
Led a revolt against the Medes people and won. ... When he conqu…
10,000 soldiers chosen for bravery and skill, made up the hea…
Military men on horses
Known as the king of kings and reorganized and strengthened t…
Cyrus the Great
Led a revolt against the Medes people and won. ... When he conqu…
the Immortals
10,000 soldiers chosen for bravery and skill, made up the hea…
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Holt Ancient Civilizations Chapter 9 - Ancient Greece
Polis
Classical
Acropolis
Democracy
The Greek word for City-State
A Greek age that is marked by great achievements.
A high hill that Greek fortresses usually were on top of.
A type of government where people rule themselves.
Polis
The Greek word for City-State
Classical
A Greek age that is marked by great achievements.
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History of Civilization Chapter 9
The Apostolic Church
The Persecuted Church
The Imperial Church
Apostles
A.D. 30-96
A.D. 98-313
A.D. 313-476
Men Jesus appointed to carry on His work of preaching and tea…
The Apostolic Church
A.D. 30-96
The Persecuted Church
A.D. 98-313
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The American Civil War Key Terms (Chapter 9)
Border States
Confederate States of America
Total War
Blockade
The slave states between the Deep South states and the northe…
The government formed by the seceding states (eventually 11)…
A war that involves all the people and resources of a society.
The use of naval forces to stop shipping.
Border States
The slave states between the Deep South states and the northe…
Confederate States of America
The government formed by the seceding states (eventually 11)…
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Chapter 9 Roman civilization
Virgil
Horace
Galen
Ptolemy
Roman writer
Roman poet
A Greek doctor
A Greek scientist
Virgil
Roman writer
Horace
Roman poet
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Chapter 9 Roman civilization
Vault
Satire
Ode
Anatomy
Curved structure of stone or concrete forming a ceiling or roof
Work that pokes fun at human weakness
Poem that expresses strong emotions about life
The study of body structure
Vault
Curved structure of stone or concrete forming a ceiling or roof
Satire
Work that pokes fun at human weakness
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