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46 terms
World History - Middle East
Hebrew origins
nomadic
Exodus
Torah
Fertile crescents
The Hebrews were a ___ people
Moses led ____ out of Egypt
Record of events and laws in Judaism
Hebrew origins
Fertile crescents
nomadic
The Hebrews were a ___ people
30 terms
World History: Middle East
Diamond Sutra
Genghis Khan
Kublai Khan
Mongols
world's first printed book in China (carving blocks)
greatest nomadic leader of the Mongols; his name meaning "Uni…
grandson of Genghis Khan; established the Yuan dynasty
swift cavalry troops, shoot arrows on horseback, called "Gold…
Diamond Sutra
world's first printed book in China (carving blocks)
Genghis Khan
greatest nomadic leader of the Mongols; his name meaning "Uni…
12 terms
World Geo: African Countries- Middle East 2
Burundi
Cameroon
Central African Republic
Equatorial Guinea
Burundi
Cameroon
15 terms
World History Middle East
Monotheism
Abraham
Torah
Moses
Believed in one all-knowing, all-powerful God
The father of the Israelite people
Laws and events were recorded in the Torah
Led Israelites out of slavery in Egypt
Monotheism
Believed in one all-knowing, all-powerful God
Abraham
The father of the Israelite people
26 terms
Middle East world history
Founder of Islam
5 pillars of Islam
What does Islam say about Jesus? Belie…
Main holy book of Islam called
Muhammad
Daily prayer... Pilgrimage to Mecca ... Declaration of faith... Fastin…
Believe he wasn't crucified, was a prophet, wasn't son of God
Quran (Koran)
Founder of Islam
Muhammad
5 pillars of Islam
Daily prayer... Pilgrimage to Mecca ... Declaration of faith... Fastin…
42 terms
World History the middle east
fertile crescent
mesopotamia
babylonian empire
nile river
rich area of land in south west asia
plain between the rivers
a capital at Babylon, led by a king
river that flows toward the medetterainan sea, flouds each year
fertile crescent
rich area of land in south west asia
mesopotamia
plain between the rivers
25 terms
World History Middle East
Secular
Monotheism
Sect
Partition
Non religious
The belief in one god
Groups of people with somewhat different religious beliefs
Dividing. Being divided into parts
Secular
Non religious
Monotheism
The belief in one god
22 terms
World History--- MIDDLE EAST
Nationalism
Ethnicity
Janissaries
Pashas
*A sense of unity via patriotic feelings, principles, and eff…
*The fact or state of belonging to a social group that has a…
*Ottoman rulers built a strong military by developing an elit…
*The central government appointed (direct rule) officials, or…
Nationalism
*A sense of unity via patriotic feelings, principles, and eff…
Ethnicity
*The fact or state of belonging to a social group that has a…
23 terms
World History: Middle East
Cuneiform
Gilgamesh
Sargon the first
Ramses the second
Wedge shaped writings of Sumerians
Tells of a great flood that destroys the world
United the cites in Mesopotamia before being attacked
The most powerful pharaoh of the new kingdom
Cuneiform
Wedge shaped writings of Sumerians
Gilgamesh
Tells of a great flood that destroys the world
44 terms
World History- Middle East
Fertile Crescent
Mesopotamia
Babylonian Empire
Nile river
An arc of rich land in Southwest Asia
A plain where people settled thousands of years ago
First empire ever in early Africa
River in east Africa
Fertile Crescent
An arc of rich land in Southwest Asia
Mesopotamia
A plain where people settled thousands of years ago
27 terms
World History Middle East
-Identify where the Kabaa is located a…
-Name the founder of Islam... -How did h…
-Explain the hegira
-Name the Five Pillars of Islam
It was a building in Mecca that was considered sacred because…
Muhammad. He learned about these religions because he was a m…
Muhammad's journey from Mecca to Medina in 622
1. No god but Allah... 2. 5 daily prayers... 3. Charity... 4. Fasting…
-Identify where the Kabaa is located a…
It was a building in Mecca that was considered sacred because…
-Name the founder of Islam... -How did h…
Muhammad. He learned about these religions because he was a m…
27 terms
Modern Middle East (World History)
Genocide
Mustafa Kemal
the three major Muslim Empires in the…
The government of Turkey is...
the attempt to kill all of one group of people *The Ottoman E…
Leader who brought Turkey to independence
1) Ottoman Empire... 2) Safavid Empire... 3)Mughal Empire
Secular (a government that is separated from religion)
Genocide
the attempt to kill all of one group of people *The Ottoman E…
Mustafa Kemal
Leader who brought Turkey to independence
25 terms
World History-Middle East
Diaspora
Theodore Herzl
Balfour Declaration
McMahon Pledge
Dispersion, scattered without a homeland. By the 1800s, the J…
Hungarian Jew; journalist who published "The Jewish State" ur…
Britain says is will assist the Jews in finding a homeland if…
Britain promises Arabs political and economic freedom in the…
Diaspora
Dispersion, scattered without a homeland. By the 1800s, the J…
Theodore Herzl
Hungarian Jew; journalist who published "The Jewish State" ur…
19 terms
World History: Middle East
5 Pillars of Islam
Two Factions of Islam
Shiites
Sunnis
profess faith in one God and prophet Muhammod; give alms or c…
Shiites and Sunnis
minority; believe that the heir to Muhammod should be elected
majority; believe that the heir to Muhammod should be a blood…
5 Pillars of Islam
profess faith in one God and prophet Muhammod; give alms or c…
Two Factions of Islam
Shiites and Sunnis
27 terms
World History Middle East
poverty
apartheid
Pan-Africanism
regime
lack of the means of providing material needs or comfort
a policy of racial separation
movement to promote oneness and cooperation among all African…
period during which a particular administration r system prev…
poverty
lack of the means of providing material needs or comfort
apartheid
a policy of racial separation
18 terms
world history: middle east
Israel
Pakistan
Afghanistan
Lebanon
Jerusalem
Islamabad
Kabul
Beirut
Israel
Jerusalem
Pakistan
Islamabad
51 terms
World History, The Middle East
Fertile Crescent
Mesopotamia
Control of land and water
Sumerians
An arc of soil rich land
Official name for the Fertile Crescent
City states fought over
City states were created by
Fertile Crescent
An arc of soil rich land
Mesopotamia
Official name for the Fertile Crescent
11 terms
World History Middle East
Gamal Abdel Nasser
Golda Meir
Anwar Sadat
Menachem Begin
Leader of Egypt and Leader of Pan-Arabism
Israel's 1st Female Prime Minister
Leader of Egypt after Nasser who signed the Camp David Accord…
Israeli Prime Minister who signed the Camp David Accords
Gamal Abdel Nasser
Leader of Egypt and Leader of Pan-Arabism
Golda Meir
Israel's 1st Female Prime Minister
23 terms
Part 2: African & Middle East history
Holy land
Arabic
Islam
Distinct cultures
Goal of the first crusade was to take this away from the musl…
Muslims translated ancient texts from Greek into this languag…
Religion which started on Arabian peninsula, began to be prac…
These developed in Africa because different regions of the co…
Holy land
Goal of the first crusade was to take this away from the musl…
Arabic
Muslims translated ancient texts from Greek into this languag…
27 terms
World History Middle East
poverty
apartheid
Pan-Africanism
regime
lack of the means of providing material needs or comfort
a policy of racial separation
movement to promote oneness and cooperation among all African…
period during which a particular administration r system prev…
poverty
lack of the means of providing material needs or comfort
apartheid
a policy of racial separation
40 terms
World history middle east
Anwar Sadat
Golda Meir
PLO ( Palestine Liberation Organisation)
Yasir arafat
Egyptian president, Nasser's successor, planned a joint Arab…
Israeli prime minister
organisation formed to push for an independent Arab nation. L…
became chairman of the PLO in 1969.
Anwar Sadat
Egyptian president, Nasser's successor, planned a joint Arab…
Golda Meir
Israeli prime minister
17 terms
World History~Middle East
Hammurabi's Code
Allah/God/YHWH
Monotheistic
Kosher
carved on large, pillar like stones; an eye for an eye
Christianity, God
monotheism, one god
fitting or proper; genuine, pure
Hammurabi's Code
carved on large, pillar like stones; an eye for an eye
Allah/God/YHWH
Christianity, God
32 terms
World History Middle East
The contributions and achievements of…
The purpose of the Ordeal and The River
The funeral ritual for the death pits
Leonard Wooley
1) writing... 2) Agriculture including ox drawn plows and irriga…
Lick a spoon for the Ordeal and swim across the river for Ord…
The servants would all dress up with ribbons and special clot…
Discovered the tombs in the Middle East. He was also British
The contributions and achievements of…
1) writing... 2) Agriculture including ox drawn plows and irriga…
The purpose of the Ordeal and The River
Lick a spoon for the Ordeal and swim across the river for Ord…
10 terms
World History Middle East
Identify where the Kabaa is located an…
Name the founder of Islam
How did Muhammad learn about religions…
Explain the hegira
-The Kabaa is located in Mecca.... -During the time of Muhammad…
Muhammad
He was a merchant so he learned about the other religions lik…
-This is when Muhammad led his followers from Mecca to Medina…
Identify where the Kabaa is located an…
-The Kabaa is located in Mecca.... -During the time of Muhammad…
Name the founder of Islam
Muhammad
28 terms
world history middle east
5 pillars of faith
abraham
moses
gabriel
one god allah, give to charity, fast, pray 5 times a day, haji,
1st of 3 biblical patriarchs ... the father of the Jewish nation
(Old Testament) the Hebrew prophet who led the Israelites fro…
one of seven archangels in hebrew tradition, announcer of bir…
5 pillars of faith
one god allah, give to charity, fast, pray 5 times a day, haji,
abraham
1st of 3 biblical patriarchs ... the father of the Jewish nation
16 terms
World History ( Middle East )
Libya
Egypt
Saudi Arabia
Yemen
Tripoli
Cairo
Riyadh
Sanaa
Libya
Tripoli
Egypt
Cairo
28 terms
World History Middle East
Ottoman Empire
Shi'a State
ghazis
Anatolia
One of the largest, best-organized, and most enduring politic…
created by Safavid Dynasty in Persia (now Iran)
Frontier leaders... Ottoman ruler called himself leader of ghazis
The region of modern Turkey
Ottoman Empire
One of the largest, best-organized, and most enduring politic…
Shi'a State
created by Safavid Dynasty in Persia (now Iran)
17 terms
World History Middle East
Afghanistan
Iran
Turkey
Syria
Kabul
Tehran
Ankara
Damascus
Afghanistan
Kabul
Iran
Tehran
46 terms
World History - Middle East
Narmer
anthropomorphic
animistic
Paleolithic Era
united upper and lower Egypt
gods take on human characteristics
gods take on animal traits
Old Stone Age
Narmer
united upper and lower Egypt
anthropomorphic
gods take on human characteristics
11 terms
World History Middle East
Allah
Islam
Muslim
Mosque
The concept of belief in one God
Submission to the will of Allah
One who had submitted
Islamic house of worship
Allah
The concept of belief in one God
Islam
Submission to the will of Allah
10 terms
World History Middle East
Document given by British to Zionists…
Two countries taken as French Mandates
1948-49 war called what by Arabs;
4 Arab countries that attacked Israel…
Balfour Decleration
Syria, Lebanon
Nakba (catastrophe)
Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq
Document given by British to Zionists…
Balfour Decleration
Two countries taken as French Mandates
Syria, Lebanon
14 terms
World History Middle East
Al-Andalus
Istanbul
Sykes Picot Agreement
Balfour Declaration
Muslim establishment in Spain
Capital of Ottoman Empire
agreement btwn France and Britain to split land and money of…
Created a Jewish homeland in Palestine
Al-Andalus
Muslim establishment in Spain
Istanbul
Capital of Ottoman Empire
23 terms
World History: The Middle East
Fertile Crescent
Mesopotamia
Nile River
Pharaoh
A crescent shaped area of fertile land in the Middle East tha…
An ancient region of southwestern Asia in present day Iraq, b…
A river in east Africa. It flows towards the Mediterranean
A ruler in ancient Egypt
Fertile Crescent
A crescent shaped area of fertile land in the Middle East tha…
Mesopotamia
An ancient region of southwestern Asia in present day Iraq, b…
World History Modern Middle East
Egypt
Turkey
Saudi Arabia
Iran
Egypt
Turkey
30 terms
World history middle east
Allah
Islam
Muslim
Hijrah
The concept of belief in one god.
Submission to the will of Allah.
One who has submitted.
Muhammad and his followers moved to the town of Yathrib, over…
Allah
The concept of belief in one god.
Islam
Submission to the will of Allah.
11 terms
World History--- Middle East
Arabian Peninsula
Mecca
Muhammad
Trade, Conquest, Missionaries
Where Judaism, Christianity, and Islam were founded
Holy city of Islam
God's prophet of Islam
Ways Islam spread in the eastern hemisphere
Arabian Peninsula
Where Judaism, Christianity, and Islam were founded
Mecca
Holy city of Islam
41 terms
Middle East World History
monotheism
Religion developed by Israelites and H…
Allah
Who was the patriarch for the 3 monoth…
belief in one god
Christian
means god in Arabic
Abraham
monotheism
belief in one god
Religion developed by Israelites and H…
Christian
56 terms
World History- Middle East
What are the 3 continents of the Middl…
Where does the Middle East extend from?
Short period of
hot and
Europe Asia Africa
Morocco to Iran
rainfall
dry
What are the 3 continents of the Middl…
Europe Asia Africa
Where does the Middle East extend from?
Morocco to Iran
26 terms
Modern Middle East (World History)
Genocide
the three major Muslim Empires in the…
The government of Turkey is...
Gamal Abdel nasser
the attempt to kill all of one group of people *The Ottoman E…
1) Ottoman Empire... 2) Safavid Empire... 3)Mughal Empire
Secular (a government that is separated from religion)
Egyptian leader who wanted to modernize Egypt and end foreign…
Genocide
the attempt to kill all of one group of people *The Ottoman E…
the three major Muslim Empires in the…
1) Ottoman Empire... 2) Safavid Empire... 3)Mughal Empire
14 terms
World history middle east
define Mesopotamia
what makes it deserted?
define city-state
social hierarchy (pyramid structure)
the land between two rivers
the desert and rugged mountains
a city with each their own king
kings, priests, craftsmen, peasants
define Mesopotamia
the land between two rivers
what makes it deserted?
the desert and rugged mountains
83 terms
World History Middle East
What is an ally?
Who are the Allies of the US?
Who are the enemies of the US?
ISIS is who's enemy?
A state (country) that you work together with for some purpose
Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Israel
Iran, Syria, and ISIS
Everyones
What is an ally?
A state (country) that you work together with for some purpose
Who are the Allies of the US?
Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Israel
13 terms
Middle East- World History
The name of the first successor to Moh…
The first successor of Mohammad?
OPEC
PLO
Caliph
Abu Baker
Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries
Palestinian Liberation Organization
The name of the first successor to Moh…
Caliph
The first successor of Mohammad?
Abu Baker
19 terms
World History: Middle East
How did the Babylonians build the worl…
How did pharaohs rule Egypt?
Why were the Assyrians not too popular…
Why were Darius and Cyprus such effect…
They conquered the Sumerians and brought city-states together
They were seen as gods so people worshiped them
They were cruel and made them leave their homelands
Cyrus: conquered kingdoms ,allowed freedom of religion... Darius…
How did the Babylonians build the worl…
They conquered the Sumerians and brought city-states together
How did pharaohs rule Egypt?
They were seen as gods so people worshiped them
41 terms
World history middle east
the goal of the passengers on the ship…
British policy on Jewish immigration t…
world reaction to what the British are…
final fate of most of the refugees fro…
to get to Palestine to start a new life
limited to 1500 Jews a month
sympathetic towards the Jews
Most of them get to Palestine
the goal of the passengers on the ship…
to get to Palestine to start a new life
British policy on Jewish immigration t…
limited to 1500 Jews a month
27 terms
World History Middle East
Where does the term 'middle east' come…
List three reasons the US maintains an…
The ME is a birthplace of what 3 relig…
What two factors weakened the Ottoman…
It was the name the brittish gave to decribe a region to thei…
-ensure oil flow... -concerned about their long term stability…
Islam, Christianity, and Judaism.
-nationalist movements... -European imperialism
Where does the term 'middle east' come…
It was the name the brittish gave to decribe a region to thei…
List three reasons the US maintains an…
-ensure oil flow... -concerned about their long term stability…
10 terms
World History African Middle Ages
Sahel
Savanna
Great Rift Valley
Sleeping Sickness
coastline
dry grasslands
structural crack due to movement of the Earth's crust
disease spread by tse flies
Sahel
coastline
Savanna
dry grasslands
8 terms
World History- Egypt and the Middle East
Code of Hammurabi
Old Kingdom
Great Pyramids
Middle Kingdom
created in Babylon at about 1790 BCE, lists nearly 300 laws w…
(2575 BCE-2130 BCE) encompasses the time period when the poli…
meant to be monuments to the pharaoh's greatness, filled with…
(2040BCE- 1640 BCE) a period of internal strife and hardship.…
Code of Hammurabi
created in Babylon at about 1790 BCE, lists nearly 300 laws w…
Old Kingdom
(2575 BCE-2130 BCE) encompasses the time period when the poli…
21 terms
African & The Middle East Vocab
Vessel(n)
Vanquished(v)
Bestow(v)
Requite(v)
A ship or large boat.
To defeat thoroughly.
Confer or present (an honor, right, or gift).
Make appropriate return for (a favor, service, or wrongdoing).
Vessel(n)
A ship or large boat.
Vanquished(v)
To defeat thoroughly.
22 terms
World History ~ Middle East map
Egypt
Saudi Arabia
Turkey
Iran
Which country is labeled 1 on the map?
Which country is labeled 2 on the map?
Which country is labeled 3 on the map?
Which country is labeled 4 on the map?
Egypt
Which country is labeled 1 on the map?
Saudi Arabia
Which country is labeled 2 on the map?
21 terms
African and Middle East Vocabulary
Vessel
vanquished
bestow
requite
a ship or large boat
to conquer or defeat
to present an honor
to repay (such as a favor or revenger)
Vessel
a ship or large boat
vanquished
to conquer or defeat
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