art history
geology
misc
western civ
politics
100
columns are most well known as a keystone feature in this culture's art

greece

100

this type of rock can be clastic or nonclastic

sedimentary

100

very round rocks suggest the rocks are far or close to their source

far

100

name a greek city state

100

fill in the blank: god, gold, _______

glory
200

sarcophagus literally translates to

flesh eater

200

this scale measures earthquake strength

richter scale

200

was blue a cheap or expensive paint color?

expensive

200

instead of having heavy taxes, rome got this from conquered settlements.

soldiers

200

would reagan be considered a neoliberal or structuralist

neoliberal

300

true/false. the mona lisa is a fresco painting

false

300

more water can be held in this temperature of air.

hotter air

300
who won the peloponnesian war

sparta

300

name one civilization in mesopotamia

sumer, assyria, ur, akkadia, babylon

300

this term refers to the responsibility the govt has to stick to its word and do good things for the people

vertical accountability

400

where would you find the sphinx statue

giza, egypt

400

define the principle of superposition in terms of rock layers

400
the idea of "the responsibility to protect" directly opposes this global idea of states staying out of each other's affairs

nonintervention

400

this is a set of laws known for strict punishments

code of hammurabi

400

this doctrine is the idea that if a country supports terrorist activity, they are terrorists

bush doctrine

500

define verism

500

define a karst system

500

the UDHR stands for _________________ and was instituded by what group?

500

explain why plague masks were beak shaped

500

define CEDAW's main mission, and has the US ratifed it?

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