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Ch. 3 History Vocab

TermDefinition
monotheism the belief in one god.
tribe group of related families.
Torah the laws that, according to the Bible, Moses received from God on Mount Sinai; these laws later became the first part of the Hebrew Bible.
covenant agreement.
alphabet group of letters that stand for sound.
prophet person who claims to be instructed by God to share God’s words.
empire group of territories or nations under a single ruler or government.
tribute payment made by one group or nation to another to show obedience or to obtain peace or protection.
proverbs wise saying.
exile period of forced absence from one’s country or home.
Sabbath weekly day of worship and rest for Jews.
synagogue Jewish house of worship.
Diaspora refers to the scattering of communities of Jews outside their homeland after the Babylonian captivity.
messiah in Judaism, a deliverer sent by God.
rabbi Jewish leader and teacher of the Torah.
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