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100

_____________ is the main principle behind Hammurabi’s code

An Eye for an Eye and a tooth for a tooth. 

100

The Mesopotamia empire existed along these two natural boundaries?  

The Tigris and Euphrates 

100

The Roman Empire and the Han empire both had long periods where there ________ was expanding and there _________ was centralized 

where there economy and their government was centralized 

100

this type of religion believes in many gods. 

Polytheistic  

100

True or False, both early Christianity and Judaism sought to convert others as their primary goal. 

TRUE!

100

The trading route was central for trade between China and Rome

the Silk Road 

200

The goal of Confucianism is to ________________________

Create a peaceful and stable society through the five relationships

200

Where is Rome located today? 

Italy 

200

Mesopotamia and Egypt had early forms of government. Mesopotamia had a collection of strong _______, while Egypt was ruled by a ________. 

City States while Egypt was ruled by a Pharaoh. 

200

All Greek city states had this same Enemy

Persia 

200

This Greek philosopher would be a source of inspiration for Alexander the Great, or not so Great depending on your idea.  

Aristotle 

200

Did Spartan Women have more Rights than Athenian Women?  

Yes, women in Athens has LESS rights then women in Sparta. 
300

What century is 1645 in? 

the 17th century. 

300

This major city existed in Mesopotamia

Ur


300

This Emperor was most known for ending the persecution of Christians. 

Emperor Constantine. 

300

this philosopher was well known for getting killed for corrupting's the youth and not believing in the gods. 

Socrates

300

The Harappan civilization is located in what valley? 

The Indus river valley 

300

Where did all central roman politics take place 

The Forum 

400

What were the main writing forms of the following civilizations?

 

Sumerians-cuneiform, 

Phoenicians-alphabet

Egyptians-hieroglyphs

400

Hellenistic culture represented a blending of Greek culture with other cultures. Of the civilizations mentioned in class this civilization was NOT influenced by Greek culture. 

Chinese culture 

400

In which of the following ways was Egypt different from Sumer?  

Egypt retained a unified state while Sumer did not.

400

The Holy Text for Judaism and who was the founder of Judaism?  

The Torah and Abraham. 

400

In this system of government, a King or Queen would rule the country.

A monarchy 

400

What was the Eastern part of Rome known as when Emperor Diocletian divided it.  

Byzantium

500

China had families and their descendants coming from the same family inheriting the throne. This long line of rulers from the same family is known as a 

Dynasty

500

Polis was most related to this society

Athens 

500

What is the difference between Roman and Greece goverment? 

Rome had a represented democracy and Greece had a direct democracy. 

500

The ruler was chosen and favored by heaven, and held power as long as he was a wise and principled guardian of his people. What country held this ideal and as did their ruler. 

China

500

The flooding of this river made the Egyptian Civilization one of the greatest in the world. 

The Nile 

500

What two primary groups made up the Roman senate? 

Patricians and Plebeians

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