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minoans a seafaring and trading people that lived on the island of Crete from 2000 to 1400 BCE, great pottery producers, capital is Knossos
Agean sea where crete is, near greece and mediterranean sea
knossos minoan capital, had advanced and thriving culture, did not have fortifications
king minos king of minoans, owned half-human, half-bull monster called the minotaur and kept it in a labyrinth
phoenicians a seafaring people of southwest asia, who around 1100 BCE began to trade and established colonies throughout the mediterranian region, ruled after minoans died out
palestine a region at the eastern end of the mediterranean sea, where the phoenicians lived
canaan the ancient home of the hebrews, in the palestine area
torah the first five books of the hebrew bible-the most sacred writings in the jewish tradition
abraham father of the hebrew people, in the torah God chose him, shephard that lived in Ur, God commanded him to move to Canaan
monotheism the belief in one god
covenant a mutual promise or agreement, espically btwn God and the hebrew people/abraham. ex. abraham and God made a covenant for abraham to follow God's orders and for God to protect abraham
moses the man who lead the hebrews out of slavery in egypt, raised by an egyptian princess and raised as royalty, God told him to lead his people out of egypt, got 10 commantments at mt. sinai
israel a kingdom of the united hebrews in palestine, had 3 kings, saul, david, and solomon, seperated in 922 BCE into israel in the north and judah in the south.0
judah southern hebrew kingdom when israel split in 922 BCE
tribute a payment made by a weaker power to a stronger power to keep the peace. ex. judah and israel paid tribute to the aryans
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