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Old World History & Geography Chapter 4
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Mount Ararat
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
Asia Minor Peninsula
The second-highest mountain in the Middle East where Noah's A…
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Arabian Peninsula
50 terms
New World History and Geography Chapter 4 and 5
United States
Atlantic Ocean
Mammoth Cave
Cumberland Gap
Fourth largest country in the world
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
Largest underground cave system in the world.
Name of the famous narrow passageway between mountains that p…
United States
Fourth largest country in the world
Atlantic Ocean
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
39 terms
New World History & Geography Chapter 4
What is the fourth largest country in…
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Name the mountain pass used by settler…
What is the largest known underground…
US
Appalachian Mountains
Cumberland Gap
Mammoth Cave
What is the fourth largest country in…
US
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Appalachian Mountains
33 terms
Sarah history and geography Chapter 4
United States
Atlantic Ocean
Mammoth Cave
Cumberland Gap
Fourth largest country in the world
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
Largest underground cave system in the world.
Name of the famous narrow passageway between mountains that p…
United States
Fourth largest country in the world
Atlantic Ocean
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
New World History & Geography Chapter 4
What is the fourth largest country in…
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Name the mountain pass used by settler…
What is the largest known underground…
US
Appalachian Mountains
Cumberland Gap
Mammoth Cave
What is the fourth largest country in…
US
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Appalachian Mountains
31 terms
Geography Chapter 4
maritime
tundra
bedrock
Inuit
bordering on or being near the sea
a plain with no trees located in cold climates
the solid rock located under the soil of earth's surface
the native people in Canada
maritime
bordering on or being near the sea
tundra
a plain with no trees located in cold climates
94 terms
Old World History & Geography Chapter 4
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Mount Ararat
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
Asia Minor Peninsula
The second-highest mountain in the Middle East where Noah's A…
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Arabian Peninsula
32 terms
New world history and geography Chapter 4
United States
Atlantic Ocean
Mammoth Cave
Cumberland Gap
Fourth largest country in the world
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
Largest underground cave system in the world.
Name of the famous narrow passageway between mountains that p…
United States
Fourth largest country in the world
Atlantic Ocean
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
94 terms
Old World History & Geography Chapter 4
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Mount Ararat
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
Asia Minor Peninsula
The second-highest mountain in the Middle East where Noah's A…
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Arabian Peninsula
45 terms
Old World History & Geography Chapter 4
Oil
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
What is the capital of Iraq?
Jerusalem
Is the most important natural resource in the Middle East tod…
Asia Minor
Baghdad
is Israel's capital.
Oil
Is the most important natural resource in the Middle East tod…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Asia Minor
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Chapter 4 Geography and History
capital of costa rica
capital of honduras
capital of guatemala
capital of nicaragua
san jose
tegucigalpa
la ciudad de guatemala
managua
capital of costa rica
san jose
capital of honduras
tegucigalpa
Geography Chapter 4
culture
culture trait
culture region
ethnic group
the set of beliefs, values and practices a group of people have
an activity or behavior in which people often take part
an area in which people have many shared culture traits
a group of people who share a common culture and ancestry
culture
the set of beliefs, values and practices a group of people have
culture trait
an activity or behavior in which people often take part
Geography - Chapter 4.4
city
urban geography
suburb
metropolitan area
area with large populations, center of business and culture
the study of how people use space in cities
political unit touching the central city; outlying district,…
a functional area made up of the city, its suburbs and exurbs
city
area with large populations, center of business and culture
urban geography
the study of how people use space in cities
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New World History & Geography chapter 4 Checkup
What is the fourth largest country in…
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Name the mountain pass used by settler…
What is the largest known underground…
United States
Appalachian Mountains
Cumberland Gap
Mammoth Cave
What is the fourth largest country in…
United States
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Appalachian Mountains
41 terms
Geography - Chapter 4
culture
society
ethnic group
innovation
the total knowledge, attitudes and behaviors shared by and pa…
shares a common language, a sense of identity and its culture
shares language, customs and heritage but has an identity as…
taking existing elements and creating something new from them
culture
the total knowledge, attitudes and behaviors shared by and pa…
society
shares a common language, a sense of identity and its culture
94 terms
Old World History & Geography Chapter 4
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Mount Ararat
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
Asia Minor Peninsula
The second-highest mountain in the Middle East where Noah's A…
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Arabian Peninsula
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New world history and geography Chapter 4
United States
Atlantic Ocean
Mammoth Cave
Cumberland Gap
Fourth largest country in the world
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
Largest underground cave system in the world.
Name of the famous narrow passageway between mountains that p…
United States
Fourth largest country in the world
Atlantic Ocean
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
12 terms
Geography Chapter 4 Vocab
Parallel
Levee
Coastal Plain
Hurricanes
Side by side, never touching, always the same distance apart
Embankment (dike) often built along rivers to control flooding
Lowland region found along coastlines
Ocean storms with winds of 74 mph or more
Parallel
Side by side, never touching, always the same distance apart
Levee
Embankment (dike) often built along rivers to control flooding
Chapter 4 Geography Terms
Continental Divide
Glacier
Transportation Corridor
Tributary
Imaginary line. To west, water will flow to Pacific and to ea…
A large mass of moving ice and snow on land
a path that makes transportation easier
A stream or river that flows into a larger river
Continental Divide
Imaginary line. To west, water will flow to Pacific and to ea…
Glacier
A large mass of moving ice and snow on land
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New World History & Geography Chapter 4
What is the fourth largest country in…
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Name the mountain pass used by settler…
What is the largest known underground…
United States
Appalachian Mountains
Cumberland Gap
Mammoth Cave
What is the fourth largest country in…
United States
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Appalachian Mountains
6 terms
McGraw Hill World History and Geography Chapter#4 Lesson 4
Greek Religion
Greek Drama
Greek Philosophy
Socrates
It is polytheistic and the Greeks considered it necessary for…
The Greeks created it as we know it today. First plays were t…
Philo ~~ "love of wisdom"... Critical or rational thinking about…
Created the Socratic Method which used questions and answers…
Greek Religion
It is polytheistic and the Greeks considered it necessary for…
Greek Drama
The Greeks created it as we know it today. First plays were t…
World History and Geography -Chapter 4: Greece
Terrain of Greece
Minoans
Minotaur and Bulls
Mycenaeans
mountainous peninsula and numerous islands that accompany 50,…
Civilization in the eastern Mediterranean that flourished fro…
Minoans were obsessed with bulls and sacrificed them to the G…
Part of the Indo-European family. Entered Greece around 1900…
Terrain of Greece
mountainous peninsula and numerous islands that accompany 50,…
Minoans
Civilization in the eastern Mediterranean that flourished fro…
Old World History and Geography Chapter 4 "Middle East Today"
Arabian Peninsula
Sinai Peninsula
Asia Minor
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, As…
Largest peninsula in the world
Triangular shaped peninsula where the children of Israel wand…
Home of modern day Turkey
The three peninsulas of the Middle East
Arabian Peninsula
Largest peninsula in the world
Sinai Peninsula
Triangular shaped peninsula where the children of Israel wand…
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abeka old world history and geography chapter 4
City of Peace
National Water Carrier
1984
David Ben-Gurion
Jerusalem
central pipeline of Israel's vast and efficient system of irr…
Jews returned to the land and the modern state of Israel was…
the first prime minister
City of Peace
Jerusalem
National Water Carrier
central pipeline of Israel's vast and efficient system of irr…
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Old World History & Geography Chapter 4
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Mount Ararat
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
Asia Minor Peninsula
The second-highest mountain in the Middle East where Noah's A…
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Arabian Peninsula
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Chapter 4 Human Geography
Gross Domestic Product
Gross National Product
Infant Mortality Rate
Command Economy
The value of ONLY the goods and services produced by a country.
The value of ALL goods and services produced by a country.
Number of deaths per thousand among infants under 1 year old.
A type of economic system where the production of goods is de…
Gross Domestic Product
The value of ONLY the goods and services produced by a country.
Gross National Product
The value of ALL goods and services produced by a country.
Old World History & Geography Chapter 4
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Mount Ararat
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
Asia Minor Peninsula
The second-highest mountain in the Middle East where Noah's A…
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Arabian Peninsula
16 terms
Geography Chapter 4
Civilazation
Society
Nuclear Family
Culture
An advanced culture with cities and a system of writing.
A group of people sharing a culture.
A mother, a father, and their children.
A way of life, including their beliefs and practices.
Civilazation
An advanced culture with cities and a system of writing.
Society
A group of people sharing a culture.
25 terms
Geography-Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Death Rate
Birth Rate
Doubling Time
Population Distribution
Number of deaths per year for every 1,000 people
Number of births per year for every 1,000 people
Number of years it takes a population to double in size
Pattern of population in a country, a continent, or the world
Death Rate
Number of deaths per year for every 1,000 people
Birth Rate
Number of births per year for every 1,000 people
12 terms
McGraw Hill World History and Geography Chapter#4 Lesson 2
Polis
Acropolis
Agora
Hoplites
A city-state, which was the central focus of Greek life
A fortified area at the top of a hill and was the central mee…
An open-air area that could serve as a marketplace or a place…
Heavily-armed foot soldiers who go into battle as a unit in a…
Polis
A city-state, which was the central focus of Greek life
Acropolis
A fortified area at the top of a hill and was the central mee…
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Chapter 4 World History + Geography
hapsburg empire
charles V
philip II
absolute monarch
included the Holy Roman Empire and the Netherlands
ruler of the Holy Roman Empire
he expanded Spanish influence, strengthened the Catholic Chur…
a ruler with complete authority over the government and the l…
hapsburg empire
included the Holy Roman Empire and the Netherlands
charles V
ruler of the Holy Roman Empire
38 terms
New World History & Geography Chapter 4
What is the fourth largest country in…
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Name the mountain pass used by settler…
What is the largest known underground…
US
Appalachian Mountains
Cumberland Gap
Mammoth Cave
What is the fourth largest country in…
US
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Appalachian Mountains
Geography & World History (Chapter 4) Vocabulary
Culture
Diffusion
Cultural Hearth
Religion
The total of knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors shared by an…
The spread of ideas, inventions, or patterns of behavior to d…
The heartland or place of origin of a major culture; a site o…
The belief in a supernatural power or powers that are regarde…
Culture
The total of knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors shared by an…
Diffusion
The spread of ideas, inventions, or patterns of behavior to d…
Geography - Chapter 4.2
birthrate
fertility rate
mortality rate
infant mortality rate
the number of live births per thousand people
the average number of children a woman would have in her life…
also called the death rate, the number of deaths per thousand…
the numberof deaths among infants under age one per thousand…
birthrate
the number of live births per thousand people
fertility rate
the average number of children a woman would have in her life…
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United States History and Geography: Chapter 4
most favored nation
alien
sedition
interposition
a policy between countries ensuring fair trading practices
a person living in a country who is not a citizen of that cou…
incitement to rebellion (agitating to start a rebellion)
theory that a state should be able to intervene between the f…
most favored nation
a policy between countries ensuring fair trading practices
alien
a person living in a country who is not a citizen of that cou…
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McGraw Hill World History and Geography Chapter#4 Lesson 3
Greco-Persian Wars
Battle of Marathon
Battle of Thermopylae
Battle of Salamis
Caused by the unsuccessful attempt for Ionian city states to…
Athenian army wins over the Persian army, even though they we…
The Greeks held off the Persian army for two days and were la…
The Greek fleets defeat the Persian navy although outnumbered…
Greco-Persian Wars
Caused by the unsuccessful attempt for Ionian city states to…
Battle of Marathon
Athenian army wins over the Persian army, even though they we…
Chapter 4 World Geography
natural resource
renewable resource
nonrenewable resource
fossil fuel
Raw materials supplied by nature
A resource or raw material that can be grown and replaced.
a resource that cannot be replaced
Coal, oil, natural gas, and other fuels that are ancient rema…
natural resource
Raw materials supplied by nature
renewable resource
A resource or raw material that can be grown and replaced.
42 terms
New World History & Geography Chapter 4
What is the fourth largest country in…
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Name the mountain pass used by settler…
What is the largest known underground…
US
Appalachian Mountains
Cumberland Gap
Mammoth Cave
What is the fourth largest country in…
US
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Appalachian Mountains
European History Chapter 4: Geography-Athens
Mountains and bodies of water
Balkan Peninsula
Knossos
Arthur Evans
What are the geographical borders of Greece?
There are small peninsula on the southern tip of the _______…
Where was the Minoan civilization located?
British archeologist who found the island of Knossos
Mountains and bodies of water
What are the geographical borders of Greece?
Balkan Peninsula
There are small peninsula on the southern tip of the _______…
AP Human Geography Chapter 4
Artifact
Built environment
Cultural convergence
Cultural/environmental perception
Any item, made by humans, that represents a material aspect o…
The man-made surroundings that provide the setting for human…
The contact and interaction of one culture to another.
The concept that people of different culture will definitely…
Artifact
Any item, made by humans, that represents a material aspect o…
Built environment
The man-made surroundings that provide the setting for human…
Geography - Chapter 4
culture
society
ethnic group
innovation
the total knowledge, attitudes and behaviors shared by and pa…
shares a common language, a sense of identity and its culture
shares language, customs and heritage but has an identity as…
taking existing elements and creating something new from them
culture
the total knowledge, attitudes and behaviors shared by and pa…
society
shares a common language, a sense of identity and its culture
18 terms
Chapter 4 World Geography
natural resource
renewable resource
nonrenewable resource
fossil fuel
Raw materials supplied by nature
A resource or raw material that can be grown and replaced.
a resource that cannot be replaced
Coal, oil, natural gas, and other fuels that are ancient rema…
natural resource
Raw materials supplied by nature
renewable resource
A resource or raw material that can be grown and replaced.
20 terms
Geography Chapter 4 Vocabulary
council
syllabary
Trail of Tears
colony
a group of people who meet to talk and make decisions
a system of writing in which each syllable of a word is repre…
the forced movement of Cherokee and some other Native America…
is a place that is ruled by a distant country
council
a group of people who meet to talk and make decisions
syllabary
a system of writing in which each syllable of a word is repre…
New World History and Geography - Chapter 4
Appalachian Mountains
Cumberland Gap
Mammoth Cave
Piedmont Plateau
the most prominent landform in eastern North America; a syste…
pioneer families passed through on their way west; an example…
the largest known underground cave system in the world; found…
slopes from the eastern edge of the Appalachians down to the…
Appalachian Mountains
the most prominent landform in eastern North America; a syste…
Cumberland Gap
pioneer families passed through on their way west; an example…
35 terms
New World History and Geography in Christian Perspective Chapter 4
United States
Atlantic Ocean
Mammoth Cave
Cumberland Gap
Fourth largest country in the world
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
Largest underground cave system in the world.
Name of the famous narrow passageway between mountains that p…
United States
Fourth largest country in the world
Atlantic Ocean
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
25 terms
Chapter 4 - Cultural Geography
culture
cultural trait
technology
cultural landscape
The way of life of people who share similar customs and belie…
A behavioral characteristic of a people, such as a language,…
Tools and the skills people need to use them; the practical u…
A landscape that has been changed by human beings and that re…
culture
The way of life of people who share similar customs and belie…
cultural trait
A behavioral characteristic of a people, such as a language,…
95 terms
Old World History & Geography Chapter 4
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Mount Ararat
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
Asia Minor Peninsula
The second-highest mountain in the Middle East where Noah's A…
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Arabian Peninsula
73 terms
World Geography Chapter 4
the Suez Canal
The Straight of Gibraltar.
The Eastern Rift System
Mt. Kilimanjaro
divides Africa from Asia
Africa and Europe are only 8 miles apart at this point.
Africa's most dramatic geographic feature
Africa's highest peak
the Suez Canal
divides Africa from Asia
The Straight of Gibraltar.
Africa and Europe are only 8 miles apart at this point.
33 terms
New world history and geography Chapter 4
United States
Atlantic Ocean
Mammoth Cave
Cumberland Gap
Fourth largest country in the world
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
Largest underground cave system in the world.
Name of the famous narrow passageway between mountains that p…
United States
Fourth largest country in the world
Atlantic Ocean
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
39 terms
New World History & Geography chapter 4 Checkup
What is the fourth largest country in…
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Name the mountain pass used by settler…
What is the largest known underground…
United States
Appalachian Mountains
Cumberland Gap
Mammoth Cave
What is the fourth largest country in…
United States
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Appalachian Mountains
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