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Unit 3 Test Review

Unit 3 Mesopotamia Test Review (Oct. 28)

QuestionAnswer
On what continent do we live? North America
Movement, one of the 5 themes of geography, includes what 3 things? people, goods, and ideas
What are the 5 elements of a map? title, compass rose, legend, bar scale, inset map
Lines of latitude are also called what? parallels
"Turn left at the bank and go approximately 2 miles" is an example of what kind of location? relative
One of the following is NOT an example of human-environmental interaction: 1. tornado 2. flooding in Charleston 3. Macy's Christmas Parade 4. the Hoover Dam 3. Macy's Christmas Parade
One of the following was first created by the people of "the land between the rivers": 1. chariot 2. alphabet 3. wheel 4. gun 3. wheel
What does the abbreviation "A.D." stand for? Anno Domini
The Fertile Crescent is located between what 2 rivers? Tigris and Euphrates
In what country would Mesopotamia be in today? Iraq
What does the abbreviation "B.C." refer to? Birth of Christ
Name 3 additional names for Mesopotamia: Fertile Crescent, the land between two rivers, Cradle of Civilization
King, oldest written story, and Babylon all refer to who or what? Gilgamesh
What does "monotheistic" mean? the belief in 1 God
Would you describe the Assyrians as brutal or weak? brutal
What were ancient political divisions called? city-states
Who were King David, King Solomon, and Abraham? Hebrew leaders
The Hanging Gardens of Babylon are an example of which 3 Themes of Geography? Place, Architecture, Human Environmental Interaction
Name the 8 Features of Civilization Public Works, Art & Architecture, Government, Religion, Cities, Jobs, Social Class, Writing,
What was the first written Code of Laws? Hammurabi's Code
What was the form of writing created and used by ancient Mesopotamians? Cuneiform
Who was the king of Babylon? (He created the first laws.) Hammurabi
Who were the rivals of the Sumerians? Babylonians
Who organized the first city-states? Sumerians
What did the development of agriculture mean? There was a reliable food source.
What were Ziggurats? temples
Who was the first superhero in Sumerian literature? Gilgamesh
What does polytheistic mean? Belief in more than 1 god
True or False: Hammurabi's Code dealt with business transactions, punishment for criminal behavior, and marriage and divorce. True
Sargon passed down power to his son, creating a new _____. Dynasty
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