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Vocabulary Words

Unit 4 Vocabulary Words

Human Savrifce A person who is killed as part of a religious ritual.
Clan A large group of friends of family.
Ancestor Worship Honoring ancestors through rituals, such as offering food and wine to the dead.
Logograph A written character that represents a word.
Economy A system of managing the wealth of a community of region.
Standardize To make the same.
Exiled Living away from one's native country.
Immortal Able to live forever.
Toga A loose robe worn by men in Rhome.
Mirage An image of of something that isn't really there, such as water.
Caravan A group of people traveling together.
Civil Servant A person who works for a government.
Yin One half of the Daoist concept of opposing forces of nature,shadow; the opposite of yang.
Yang One half of the Daoist concept of opposing forces if nature,sunlight; the opposite of yin.
Feudalism A system of government based on landowners and tenants.
Mandate of Heaven A power or law believed to be granted by a god.
Compass An instrument for determining direction.
Seismograph An instrument for detecting earthquakes.
Lodestone A type of iron ore.
Anesthetic Something that takes away the feeling of pain.
Callegraphy The art of fine handwriting.
Created by: Ryan.Hamilton