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SS 6th midterm

QuestionAnswer
Muslim place of worship mosque
the most sacred text of Judaism Torah
a way of supplying water irrigation
human-made waterways canals
an arrangement in which each worker is an expert in a particular task or job division of labor
Where did early people settle? near water sources
Where a place is, its position on earth (ex. Longitude & Latitude) LOCATION
The way that people affect and are affected by the place where they live Human-Environment Interaction (H.E.I.)
The way people, ideas, and goods get from place to place MOVEMENT
An area with common physical or cultural features that make it different from other areas REGION
What are Physical features? lakes, rivers, mountains, and deserts
the worship of many gods polytheism
the worship of ONE gods Monotheism
people who performed religious ceremonies priests
the world’s first system of writing cuneiform
a pyramid-shaped temple tower ziggurat
created the first alphabet; skilled sailors who expanded trade using sea routes Phoenicians
Created by: reneewrob