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Pre History

Semester Final study guide

Which of the following dates came first? 85 B.C.E. 900 B.C.E. 300 C.E. 40 C.E 900 B.C.E.
Based on the years, put the Empires in order from Earliest to Most Recent Akkadians (2300 BCE-2100 BCE) Assyrians (900BCE-600 BCE) Babylonians (1792 BCE-1595 BCE) Neo-Babylonians (605 BCE-539 BCE) Akkadians, Babylonians, Assyrians, Neo-Babylonians
Which of the following is NOT characteristic of the Neolithic Age? hunting/gathering specialization making pottery religion hunting/gathering
Hunter-gatherers that travel from place to place for food are called ___________. nomads
Archaeologists have found lots of tents from the Paleolithic Age. What does this tell us about the people that lived in this time? They were nomads.
Which of the following items were not made by people in paleolithic times? mud-brick houses
Specialization allowed the Neolithic people to ______________. trade
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of the Neolithic Age? cave paintings
Like other city-states, the class structure of Sumer consisted of a high, middle, and low. Which of the following explanations most accurately describes how the order of social structure was constructed? Upper: Government Officals and Priests, Middle: Farmers and Merchants, Low: Slaves
The Sumerians invented a variety of tools that are still in use today. Which reason most accurately describes why the plow affected the food supply more than any other invention? The plow allowed rough terrain to be broken up so that crops could be planted and cultivated.
Which of the following items found in a recent archaeological dig would be MOST likely to indicate that the archaeologist had found an ancient civilization written records
Imagine: You and your friend got into a texting argument at home one night and the next day when you got to school, you grabbed your friends phone and stomped on it. Your friend told the principal who in turn took your phone and stomped on it. The princip
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