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History Unit 5

Mesopotamia Part 2

QuestionAnswer
treaties formal agreements between nations
holy of holies innermost and most sacred chamber of a temple (where the image of their god was kept)
colonies permanent settlements of a group of people on foreign land
alphabet series of symbols that stand for sounds
descendants offspring
social justice fair treatment of all people in a society
judge Hebrew tribe leader
psalms sacred songs
prophets people claiming to have messages from God
sabbath day of the week used for rest and worship
smelting heating iron or metals to remove impurities
provinces political districts
caravans groups who traveled together for safety
astronomers people who study the heavenly bodies
tolerate respecting the beliefs and practices of other people
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