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Capitulo cuatro

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What were Helots? Conquered people in Sparta living in slave-like conditions
What is another name given to Solon? Father of Athens democracy.
What form of slavery did Solon abolish? Debt slavery.
What citizens did Solon allow to participate it the Assembly? All citizens (free males)
When was the Hellenistic Era? From 323-30 BCE
Who started the Hellenistic Era? Alexander ;)
Who fought the Punic Wars? Rome and Carthage
How long did the Punic Wars last? From 264-146 BCE
Who won the Punic Wars? Rome, giving them control of the western Mediterranean
Who were the Patricians? Rich, upper class Romans
Who were the Plebians? Poor, less privileged Romans.
Which class dominated early Roman society? Patricians
Who emerged as sole ruler of the Roman state after a period of civil war? Caesar Augustus
Who was Caesar Augustus' adopted father? Julius Caesar
What does Pax Romana mean? Roman peace
When was Pax Romana? In the 1st and 2nd centuries
Who unified China after the fall of the Han? Wendi
What dynasty did Wendi establish? Sui dynasty
Who established the Chinese Civil Service Program? Emperor Wudi
What rebellion led to the fall of the Han? Yellow Turban
What religion greatly influenced the Yellow Turban reb.? Daosim
What were Eunuchs? Castrated officials
Who were the Xiongnu? Nomadic people to the north of China who were a constant threat
Who were the Aryans? Indo-European pastoralists
Where did the Aryans migrate to? India
What system did the Aryans help create? Caste
What empire had Ashoka as an emperor? Mauryan Empire
What religion did Ashoka convert to? Buddhism
What form of democracy was Athenian democracy? Direct democracy
Who was the founder of the Persian Empire? Cyrus the Great
What Greek is known as the Father of History? Herodotus
What was a hoplite? A heavily armed Greek infantryman
What did hoplites hope to gain by fighting? Greek citizenship
Where was Ionia? The coast of Turkey
Who settled Ionia? Greeks
What was the Mandate of Heaven? The Chinese belief that rulers had divine authority
From where did the Persians take their system of governing? Babylonia and Assyria
Who was the "good" Zoroastrian god? Ahura Mazda
Who was the "bad" Zoroastrian god? Angra Mainyu
What happened to Alexander's empire when he died? It was split into 3 kingdoms
Who ruled the 3 kingdoms Alexander's land was split into? His generals
What is Rule of Law? No one is above the law
What eventually happened to western Europe after the collapse of Rome? A decentralized system of kings, nobles, etc. emerged.
How many documents did the library at Alexandria store? Over 700,000
Who founded the library at Alexandria? Alexander the Great
Which Chinese dynasty was the first? Shang
Who's agriculture was stronger, China's or Europe's? China's
What foreign religion did Rome absorb? Christianity
What foreign religion did the Han dynasty absorb? Buddhism
What infrastructural things did Rome invest in? Roads, bridges, walls, aqueducts
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