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Unit 2 Test

Prepare for the Egypt Unit test!

QuestionAnswerWrong Answer
What continent is Egypt located on? Africa Europe
What two rivers surround Mesopotamia? Euphrates River and Tigris River. Mississippi River and Missouri River
One physical feature was most important to ancient settlers in Egypt. Because of how important it was, people settled _____. near a river in the mountains
How did Ancient Egyptians benefit when the Nile river flooded? The floods left behind silt that was good for farming. They had water
What kingdom was most known as the "Age of Pyramids"? The Old Kingdom. The Pyramid Kingdom
The New Kingdom (1600-1100 B.C.E.) is often called "Egypt's _____ Age". Golden. Devastating
What is one characteristic that Egypt's Middle Kingdom is known for? Reunification. Scattering
Why did Ancient Egyptians believe having social classes was a good idea? They believed society worked when people knew their jobs. They believed in unification.
What is the order of Egypt's social pyramid TOP to BOTTOM? Pharaoh, Government Officials, Priests, Scribes, Artisans, Peasants. Peasants, Artisans, Scribes, Priests, Government Officials, Pharaoh
Who is the founder of Judaism? Abraham. Juda
What is the sacred text of Judaism? The Torah. The Bible
What are the 4 core beliefs of Judaism? Monotheism, Following God's Laws, Equality and Social Justice, and Importance of Study. One God, obedience, everyone's equal, work.
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