Russia
Egypt
Renaissance
Northern Europe
Government
100

a country controlled by another country

Satellite

100

an ancient writing system used in Egypt in which pictures and symbols represent words or sounds.

Hieroglyphics

100

The period in European civilization characterized by a surge of interest in classical learning and values.

Renaissance

100

a long, steep-sided glacial valley that is filled by sea water

Fjord

100

an organization that people set up to protect their community and enforce its rules.

Government

200

the ruler of Russia until 1917 revolution

Czar

200

to adapt plants or animals from the wild for human use.

Domesticate

200

an independently governed community consisting of a city.

City-state

200

a spring whose water heats at higher temps than its surroundings.

Hot spring

200

a small group holds power. Their power comes from wealth, military position, social position, and religious position.

Oligarchy

300

a government program that required everyone in the empire to speak Russian and to become Christian. 

Russification 

300

an artificial process of applying controlled amounts of water to land to assist in the production of crops. 

irrigation

300

The person who had the idea of the heliocentric theory.

Copernicus

300

a form of energy conversion that captures heat energy from within Earth.

Geothermal Energy

300

the power and authority are given to the hands of one person. Ex Monarchy

Autocracy

400

restructuring; part of Gorbachev's plan for reforming the Soviet economy and government.

Perestroika 

400

Why are water resources in such demand in north Africa?

Mostly for irrigation

400

Who proved the heliocentric theory to be true. 

Galileo

400

a process by which glaciers form and spread.

Glaciation

400

Is the U.S. democracy or a republic country

Trick Question, Its both

500

How have the Russian Core's historical roots and modern ideas influenced the region?

Russia was part of the Soviet Union. The state was a communist country. Because of its regime, the state had a global impact. When the Soviet Union collapsed, Russia, Belarus and Ukraine became independent countries.

500

How have the Sahara, Nile river valley, and multiple invasions influenced the history and government of North Asia?

With the Nile being the main source of travel and an area for agriculture, it was the main area for settlement in the region. With many invasions also, they had influenced the culture of food, art, religion, education, and government.

500

What were some of the defining characteristics of the renaissance?

 changes in ideas about religion, politics, and science.

500

How did the last ice age impact the landforms of Northern Europe?

it provided many glaciers that carved out lakes and fjords, in addition to creating more rugged mountains for Northern Europe.

500

What influences the level and type of a country’s government?

Size, military, natural resources, and world influence.

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