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Sumerians were polytheistic or monotheistic?
Sumerian temples were called...
the Harappan Dynasty developed where?
In Sumer, what were there code of laws?
To increase agricultural prodouction, the Harappan's developed...
the Jewish holy book
the Jews follow which religious laws?
the 10 Commandments
Jews are monotheistic or polotheistic?
Jewish code of behavior is in the...
when the Jews were forced to move against their will it was known as the...
Athens most famous sculpture was the...
Greek philosophy emphasized...
Who created the Hellenistic Age?
Alexander the Great
Hellenistic culture is a blend of...
Greek and Middle Eastern cultures
the three goals of Pericles
where was the Aryan Dynasty?
Aryans were able to invade India through this pass
the Khyber Pass
which religion did Aryans develop?
Hinduism is monotheistic or polytheistic?
in Hinduism, to follow one's duties and obligations in life is known as...
Karma and Dharma
Confucius believed people should respect their parents which is known as...
the Five Relationships of Confucius
Ruler and Ruled
Husband and Wife
Father and Son
Older Brother and Younger Brother
Friend and Friend
Rome's written laws
the Twelve Tables
Why did Romans persecute Christians?
they refused to worship Roman Emperors
political causes of the decline of Rome
dictatorship governments, corruption, lack of efficiency, assassination
economic causes of the decline of Rome
increase in taxes, unemployment, farmers didn't own land
social causes for Roman decline
lazy people, class distinctions, decline of cities
notable leader of the Maurya Dynasty
Asoka the Great
Who was Asoka the Great?
ruled during the Mauryan Dynasty in India
converted to Buddhism, but tolerant of other beliefs
united diverse people and brought peace and prosperity
Christians are monotheistic or polytheistic?
Christians follow which religious laws?
the Ten Commandments
Who opposes birth control?
The opposition of birth control by Roman Catholics has contributed to the increase of population in...
Where did Buddhism start?
Buddhists seek to achieve...
Buddhist holy book
the Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path
Mayans were monotheistic or polytheistic?
Which ancient Latin American civilizations developed a writing system?
the Aztecs and Mayans
Which ancient Latin American civilization build roads like the Romans?
ancient Latin American civilization that developed the concept of zero
The Gupta Dynasty mainly followed which religion?
the Byzantine faith
How did Byzantines influence Russia?
gave them the Cyrillic alphabet and the Eastern Orthodox religion
four causes to the Middle Ages
fall of Rome
decrease of trade
Who was Charlemagne?
the first Holy Roman Emperor
increased the power of the Roman Catholic Church
describe the class system of the Middle Ages
the three causes of Feudalism
weak central government
farmers gave up land for protection
castles built for protection
the five effects of Feudalism
rigid class distinctions
violation of human rights
trial by ordeal
Who was in charge of education during the Middle Ages?
Roman Catholic Church
During the Middle Ages, music and literature followed what theme?
When was Gothic architecture used?
the Middle Ages
describe Gothic architecture
stained glass windows
What did Ghana trade?
gold and salt
ivory, slaves, and gold for hand crafted goods
Which dynasties reintroduced the civil service exam?
Tang and Song Dynasties
What was Muhammad's Hijra?
his flight from Mecca to Medina
a Muslim holy war
Islamic holy book
Mulsims are monotheistic or polytheistic?
Muslims follow which religious laws?
the Five Pillars
list the Five Pillars of Islam
Allah is God and Muhammad is prophet
pray to Mecca 5 times a day
pilgrimage to Mecca
fast during Ramadan
alms to the poor
How did the Tang and Song Dynasties unify their empire?
built grand canal and highway systems
the largest empire in west Africa
How did the Songhai Empire gain wealth?
gold, ivory, and slave trade
the Abbassid Dynasty
the islamic Golden Age
the Heian Period
Japanese feudal period
list the social classes of the Japanese feudal system
Samurai (like knights)
the samurai follow the code of...
In the Heian Period, people followed which beliefs?
Zen Buddhism and Shinto beliefs
Who called the first Crusades?
Pope Urban II
main cause of the Crusades
Christians prevented from making their pilgrimmage to the Holy Land, Jerusalem
political reason for the Crusades
to help the Byzantine Empire from attacks by the Seljuk Turks
effects of the Crusades
strengthened monarchies or centralized powers
weakened the power of the nobles
growth of cities
The Aztecs were monotheistic or polytheistic?
defeated the Aztecs
Hernando Cortes, a conquistador
Mansa Musa was from...
Mansa Musa converted to the...
first ruler of the Mongol Empire
the Mongol Empire extended from...
the Pacific Ocean to the Black Sea
golden age of the Mongol Empire
Marco Polo visited...
Who made China a part of the Mongol Empire?
What was the Magna Carta?
signed by King John, limiting the power of the monarchy
personal beliefs that went against the Roman Catholic Church was known as...
the worth and uniqueness of the individual
the 3 themes of Renaissance art
describe the path of the Black Plague
started in China and spread to the Middle East, then to Europe from Italy
Who was blamed for the Plague in Europe?
six causes for the Age of Exploration
adventures of Marco Polo
Muslims defeat Byzantine Empire
monarchs had money to spend
new use of the compass and gun powder
seven effects of the Age of Exploration
shift from Mediterranean to Atlantic Coast nations as traders
wealth forms European monarchs and middle class
4/5 Native Americans die
Spain becomes wealthiest nation
What's the Commerical Revolution?
transition from local economies to global trade
five causes of the Commercial Revolution
desire for wealth
spirit of inquiry from the Renaissance
the Scientific Revolution
five effects of the Commercial Revolution
Atlantic coast nations become world powers
mercantilism leads to imperialism
the Scientific Revolution