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Unit 2 Review

Who is the founder of Judaism? Abraham
What is the sacred text of Judaism? Torah
What are the four core beliefs? Monotheism, Following God's Law, Equality and Social Justice and Importance of Study
What kingdom was known as the AGE of pyramids? Old
What is the New Kingdom called? Egypt's Golden age.
What is one characteristic that Egypt's Middle Kingdom is known for? Reunification
Why did ancient Egyptians believe having social classes was a good idea? They believed society worked when people knew their jobs
One physical feauture was most important to ancient settlers in Egypt. Because of how important it was people settled Near a river
How did ancient Egyptians benefit when the Nile River flooded? The floods left silt behind that was good for farming
Order of Egypt's social pyramid BOTTOM to TOP? Pharoah, Government Officials, Priests, Scribes, Artisans and Peasants
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